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noun as in contributor

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In general, newsletters are increasingly attractive for publishers as a revenue stream and as a way to convert subscribers.

From Digiday

She declined to say how much more time the new subscribers spend watching programming compared to the average subscriber.

From Digiday

For the next 36 years, Tom typed his reports on his typewriter, took them to be copied and mailed them out to subscribers.

It acts as a “motivational incentive” for subscribers to track how many days in a row they open the newsletter, Bonner said.

From Digiday

All print subscribers will receive unlimited digital access with their subscription.

From Time

Navic Systems worked with cable companies to gather subscriber data, so Kanojia has some experience with his competitors.

So you are a cable TV subscriber in Los Angeles and want to see the Dodgers on TV?

And so year after year, cable subscriber numbers grew along with the population.

Netflix can add to its subscriber rolls geometrically while expanding its expenses arithmetically.

A viewer leaving Time Warner because of the fight does not affect CBS, but it does cost Time Warner a subscriber.

If a subscription has not been completed, death operates as a revocation and the subscriber's estate is not held for the amount.

Whenever the fraud is found out an innocent subscriber can do one of three things.

Likewise a subscriber waives his notice of the first meeting when he afterwards offers to pay for his shares.

I have a collection of birds' eggs, and would like to exchange with any subscriber of Young People.

Two only, the subscriber being one, follow the dogs with a flying leap.


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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to subscriber, such as: donor, attester, backer, benefactor, endorser, and patron.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.