I’m afraid that if I make my service subscription based, customers won’t come

So, I'm planning to build this website which provides a certain service to the users. I initially wanted to make it only add based but soon realized that this won't provide me with enough revenue. Now I'm thinking about charging each customer $ 5/month, but I'm afraid that if I do so, they won't be willing to pay. When I for example see a paid service I often choose not to use it not because of the fact that the price is too high but because of the fact that I have to pay (idk if this makes sense). How would you deal with that?

Thanks

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A pandemic may add to demand but does not change what you can deploy, said Elliot Katz, who helps run Phantom Auto, a start-up that helps companies remotely control autonomous vehicles when they encounter situations they cannot navigate on their own.

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Hi r/startups, I work for TNW, and today we’re hosting an AMA on our site with Lora Haddock DiCarlo & Alexandra Fine, both women CEO & founders of startups in the sextech sector. Come ask a question if you like!

Hi r/startups, Lora & Alex are inspiring women founders in tech, and we thought you might be interested in joining the discussions! Here's more info on their work:

Lora DiCarlo was founded in 2017, and after spending a decade in the healthcare industry DiCarlo put her obsession with anatomy hard to work. She is the inventor of Osè, a first of its kind product that holds 9 patents pending in micro-robotic technology and was a CES 2019 Innovation Awards Honoree in the Robotics category. When the award was redacted, she opened the public conversation about gender bias and inclusion in the tech industry and worked with CTA to update their policies for 2020.

Fine is the CEO of Dame Products, which translates the nuances of our sexualities into human-friendly toys for sex. A lifelong student of sexual health, Fine earned her Masters in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in sex therapy from Columbia University.

Realizing that her skills would be best put to use making concrete improvements to people’s lives, Fine began developing her own vibrators at home and asking friends to give her their feedback. She was gaining startup experience with an organic shampoo company, and decided the time was right to put her passions and her business acumen to use in the world of sex toys.

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