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After all, who would news companies rather trust their revenue to than the guy who calls them a “relentless hatestream”?
The same-day cancellation rate likely includes subscribers who only wanted access to one article, or who felt the full paid experience was lacking after a quick look around. New data suggests some just really hate the idea of auto-renewal.
With the short-lived metered paywall down, the vast majority of Quartz’s journalism will now be free for all.
OneLog brings together some of the largest and most trusted Swiss media companies. Their single sign-on solution will reach 2 million active accounts in 2022 — representing one in four inhabitants in the country.
Who deems Reuters.com so essential that they’ll pay more than two Netflixes a month for it?
Want to offer a special introductory rate for students and educators? Superfans of your local football team? People who’ve hit your paywall five months running? You now can through the App Store on iPad and iPhones.
The Swedish music giant is apparently testing out podcast-only subscription offers. But the market for paid premium podcasts is pointedly unproven.
The new project helps small- and medium-sized news organizations take advantage of machine learning to deepen engagement and improve subscription conversions.