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Monetization is the process of generating revenue from a product or service. It is a critical aspect of any business model, and a key responsibility for Product Managers. Here are some key terms and concepts related to monetization:

1. Business Model: The overall strategy for how a company will generate revenue. This includes the pricing model, target market, distribution channels, and more.

2. Freemium: A pricing model where the basic version of a product is free, but additional features or functionality are available for a fee.

3. Subscription: A pricing model where customers pay a recurring fee for access to a product or service.

4. Pay-per-use: A pricing model where customers are charged based on how much they use a product or service.

5. In-app purchases: A monetization strategy commonly used in mobile apps, where users can purchase virtual goods or services within the app.

6. Advertising: A revenue source where companies pay to place ads within a product or service.

7. Affiliate marketing: A revenue source where companies earn a commission by promoting other companies' products or services.

8. Price elasticity: The degree to which demand for a product or service changes in response to a change in price.

9. Lifetime value (LTV): The total revenue a customer is expected to generate over the course of their relationship with a company.

10. Churn rate: The rate at which customers stop using a product or service.

As a Product Manager, it is important to consider these monetization strategies and metrics when developing and launching a product. By understanding the various options and analyzing data, you can choose the best approach to generate revenue and maximize the product's potential.