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All we can ask of you, the readers, is that you not become accustomed to this grim routine.
The Atlantic also made it possible for readers to subscribe via Facebook Instant Articles and Google AMP pages.
I should add that it appears to me unlikely that many readers of Gourmet wish to think hard about it.
He either mistakenly or accidentally leaves the reader with the impression that these have been ruled out for good, which is most definitely not the case.
Avid readers in particular have embraced the concept, sharing creative, beautiful digital bookshelves that illustrate their reading journey.
The site instead relies on a model akin to the Guardian’s — make the content free, but ask your readers for support at every turn.
Now, as publishers have focused more efforts on deriving direct revenue from readers, Apple is becoming an ever-present bogeyman.
The membership model was chosen over a subscription model because they see subscription as a more transactional relationship with readers than a community building relationship.
Thrillist, which covers food and experiences around the world, needed to figure out how to still deliver content that would connect its readers with their favorite restaurants, said the brand’s chief content officer Meghan Kirsch.
Scroll promised it would at least deliver more average revenue per reader than advertising.

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