SIGIA-L Mail Archives: [Sigia-l] Who here is paying for content?
[Sigia-l] Who here is paying for content?
I'd like to hear from people who actually pay for content on the Internet.
In what form? Subscriptions, micropayments, per-piece payments? For fun or
The only purchases I recall this past year were a single NY Times archived
article (which wasn't worth the $2 or $3 I spent), a Harvard Business Review
article (which was worth $5 I spent), and a couple of Consumer Reports car
buying invoices that were worth many times the $12 cost for each one. How
I am interested in your actual experience with paying for content, not
opinions about it. Please start a separate thread if you want to deal in
opinions. Thanks - Kathleen
More Internet users are showing a willingness to pay for content online,
according to a survey of cyberspending patterns released on Wednesday. ...
which also shows that a relative handful of businesses benefit from these
purchases and that advertising remains the overwhelming source of income for
supporting digital content.
Klein Info Design
Information architecture/Web project management
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