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Individual vs. All-You-Can-Read Subscriptions

Posted at 7:40AM Wednesday 12 Feb 2014

Publishers are used to the simple individual model, where a consumer buys access for a single title but All-you-can-read models have become quite popular recently. These are the ones where a consumer pays one monthly fee and gets access to a number of different titles.

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