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Day 4 Newspapers

People want and need information; which makes perfect sense given we’ve immersed ourselves in a week we’ve likely never faced in our entire lives - no matter our ages. Some newspapers acted quickly and give away information for free.

The New York Times is offering its COVID-19 coverage for free, The Washington Post has a free email newsletter for coronavirus-related news and all articles linked in the newsletter are free. The Los Angeles Times has a free liveblog and the Wall Street Journal has created a free section. Also the Guardian has no paywall. I hope other newspapers will follow soon.

My question for you: can you offer something for free now and later convert trial users to paid customers?


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