Many writers are trying out email newsletters to monetize their work. While this could work out well for some of them, relying on email as the only distribution channel limits their audience, and potentially, their revenue. Also, some newsletter services have minimum subscription rates so high that most writers will not attract many subscribers.
Do you create a podcast every week (or more often) and need a way to monetize it without embedding ads in them? Notd lets you offer subscriptions to podcasts, along with their transcripts if you want, without creating a website or getting a deal with a streaming service that will give you a fraction of a fraction of their revenue, according to a formula that works best for their most popular podcasters. It doesn't cost anything to create an account on Notd to offer subscriptions to your podcasts - read the whole note.
While Notd was created to help publishers offer subscriptions to just sections of news, its versatile design makes it a great place to reach a wide audience. And we don't have ads, so that changes a lot. Here are some of the reasons why you should try out Notd (it doesn't cost anything to try it).
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Facebook is considering paying publishers for their content, so they can offer news on a separate, dedicated tab on Facebook. Given their history of exploiting news publishers' content at the expense of those publishers, there is good reason to be suspicious of this plan. However, before rejecting it out of hand, let's see what that might cost if Facebook actually wanted to do this without bankrupting publishers.
If you collect a lot of business cards, it's impossible to carry them with you when you're out of the office. Cam Card will scan a card, read the information on the card and populate a profile, and sync across phone, tablet, and web app. Available for Android and Apple, Cam Card is a quick and easy way to organize, store, and electronically exchange cards. Imagine how great this would be at a networking event or trade show! Read more to learn how Cam Card can help you to be more productive. Free app for Android and Apple.