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A major problem facing online publishers in recent years is monetizing the content they create. Newspapers (are these still around?) used to charge money for yearly subscriptions or per copy at a stand, plus advertisements, but online the prevailing model relies just on ads. But as more apps and platforms offering ad-blocking features website’s revenues’ drop.
Some publications with strong global brands have returned to the old newspaper subscription fee model by erecting a paywall around their websites. For most websites however, this type of fixed contract does not fit their readership and a format of charging per article would be ... (read more)