Publishers pay per article Anyway, I wonder why there hasn't been a lot of talk about paying for news for some time now. As humans, we often Whatsapp Number List value something that costs money and something more expensive than something that we get for free. So this is a great opportunity to get news back to the value it used to be. And give editors the confidence they deserve again. In this way we can create an upward spiral: if we pay money for good quality news.
Then editors have more time to do thorough journalism and we attach more value to the news, thus reducing mistrust in journalism and making it again a profession to to be proud of. You can of course pay for news with a subscription, but Whatsapp Number List then you only have one or two newspapers and magazines that you can subscribe to. Unless you are very rich of course. But is there no other way? I like the idea that Thomas Smolders van Hartstikke describes in his blog : pay for the article you want to read.
So you come to the website of, for example, de Volkskrant. The moment you hit the paywall, you can choose to pay only for the item. This is also a good solution for us as a PR agency, you only pay for the articles that we share with our customers. As a result, everyone still has access to reliable news sources, editors receive income and Whatsapp Number List they can continue to fulfill their 'gatekeeper' role. Which publisher or media operator is picking up the gauntlet? Stop wasting time sifting through all the advice that may or may not be useful and learn from her mistakes.