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  • RogueDadMD
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    Most of their content can be accessed for free via Twitter. I bookmarked their twitter feed and read articles that way.

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  • The White Coat Investor
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    It's tricky making money on the internet. All the users expect it to be free, so you've got to figure out how to monetize it while giving it away to the end user.

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  • Craigy
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    Pretty interesting.  Funny WSJ wants to have their cake and eat it too.  If I can't read the article, I'd rather Google not show it.  If Google just links to a series of paywalls, there's little reason to use Google.

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  • canadianoutlaw
    started a topic WSJ Free vs Subscription and Google traffic

    WSJ Free vs Subscription and Google traffic

    This topic came up on the forum a while back. Heres an interesting follow up

     

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-06-05/wsj-ends-google-users-free-ride-then-fades-in-search-results
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