Category Archives: Paid content

  1. How Google Could Help Attract Paywall Subscribers (it’s a bit of a leap)

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    Tuesday, 7th May 2013 by Simon Hilliard

    Micropayments and digital media haven’t exactly enjoyed a happy relationship so far, and this is a bit of a travesty …
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  2. FT Digital Media Conference discussions on the sounds of innovation

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    Tuesday, 7th May 2013 by Simon Hilliard

    ***Note:this post was originally written by a Racepoint client 7digital, and first appeared on the 7digital blog.*** Last month our …
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  3. FT vs Guardian: The Ongoing Paywall Debate

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    Tuesday, 22nd January 2013 by Simon Hilliard

    The Financial Times has been held up as something of a pioneering newspaper, but its latest digital expansion comes at …
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  4. Top Gear iPad app launches

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    Friday, 14th December 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    Top Gear magazine released an iPad version of popular monthly print issue this week, which launches to coincide with the …
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  5. Paid Content: All you need is love…and tablets…and smartphones

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    Tuesday, 6th November 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    Paid-for news content is having a tough old time in the Internet age. Us readers are so used to getting …
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  6. Was the BBC’s Playlister all rumours of iPlayer Radio?

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    Monday, 8th October 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    Last week the Telegraph published a seemingly unconfirmed story about the BBC launching a music streaming service. There was talk …
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  7. What The Times’ new paywall update means for PRs

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    Friday, 28th September 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    It’s emerged this week The Times newspaper is backtracking ever so slightly on its paywall policy. It really is ‘ever …
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