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Reader Revenues Made Easy  —  Like The Guardian, You Too Can Profit from Contributions

At the beginning of May, The Guardian announced that it recorded its first operating profit since 1998 — £800,000 for the 2018–19 fiscal year, compared with a £57m loss over the course of the three previous years. This is, of course, all the more significant because the publication does not have a paywall of any kind, instead relying on a combination of premium experience subscriptions, ...

Reader buy-in: How to increase site revenue by asking for contributions on your blog

  One of the major challenges that bloggers and digital journalists face is monetizing content via their readers, who have grown accustomed to free access. Quality content takes time, money and skill to produce, and its very existence may depend on whether consumers contribute financially to sustain it.

Supporting Quality Journalism the LaterPay Way

In the wake of the 2016 election and the era of #FakeNews that followed, the push to promote and reward quality journalism has never been higher. Tech companies, like Google and Twitter, have been implementing programs and initiatives in order to both promote quality journalism and ride the internet of fake news and bots. YouTube, owned by Google, recently announced that they would be earmarking ...