Does the Micropayment Model Work for Publishing?
Case Study: Winnipeg Free Press Says 'Yes!'
Last year the publishing industry was abuzz with the news that the Winnipeg Free Press was experimenting with a Read Now Pay Later micropayment platform, where readers pay $0.27 (Canadian) per article they have read. Dana Neuts explores how well the first seven months of the strategy has gone.
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