Esquire Magazine Publishes 82 Years of Archives Online: 6 Lessons for Subscription Companies

Every issue. Every article. Ever. That’s what Esquire is offering subscribers who are eager to delve into the magazine’s complete digital archives which Esquire
Every issue. Every article. Ever. That's what Esquire is offering subscribers who are eager to delve into the magazine's complete digital archives which Esquire put online earlier this week. 82 years' worth. For $4.99 a month, new subscribers can read about Ernest Hemingway on Cuba (Sept. 1933), Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote (Nov. 1958), the last interview with Osama bin Laden (Feb. 1999), and much more in the Classic Esquire archives. More than 1,000 issues…...

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