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Notd is a new kind of public media network that does not rely on ads. Anyone can publish a stream for free, and readers create their own customized publication by subscribing to individual streams. Stream owners can charge for subscriptions, and keep 90% of the revenue (if they charge at least 10 cents per month). Many streams cost only one cent per month, and often have excerpts that are free to read. Since new users get $3 in free credit, you can check out most streams without even providing a credit card.
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What Makes Notd Unique?

Apr 06, 2021
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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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Looking For a Way to Monetize Your Podcasts Without Ads?

Nov 11, 2020
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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.
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Why Settle for Just an Email Newsletter?

Nov 10, 2020
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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.
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The core of the web's problems is its business model

Aug 19, 2019
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At the core of most problems caused by the web is the business model used by the most popular networks. Apologies for the string of sentences, it was formatted for twitter.
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Notd now supports Newsletters!

Aug 15, 2019
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Notd now makes publishing a newsletter simpler and less expensive than any other way
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The Postd network for monetizing short form video. And other digital media.

Aug 02, 2019
Read more about The Postd network for monetizing short form video. And other digital media.
Read more about The Postd network for monetizing short form video. And other digital media.
Postd is a new kind of public network, like Notd, except it's not for subscriptions and you can also post videos. If you want to read this as a series of tweets, go to Postd's twitter page.
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Transact: A payment system that enables a new business model for the web

Aug 02, 2019
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If you want to read this as a tweet thread, go to Transact's twitter page. But it will be easier to read here.
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This is for everyone who thinks the web is broken and wants a new web.

Aug 02, 2019
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People who create content for the web and worry that it is broken have the power to fix it.
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Notd for writers, podcasts, newsletters, publishers,...

Aug 02, 2019
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Notd is an entirely new way to reach readers and listeners, whether you are an individual or a publisher. If you want to read this in a thread of tweets, go to our twitter account.
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So you want free news?

Apr 01, 2019
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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.