Tuesday, August 16, 2016

The Wall Street Journal is changing up its paywall, offering guest passes and expanded link-sharing on social

Niemanlab reporting: Now the Journal is trying to make its paywall neither stricter nor leakier, but bendier. It’s now testing 24-hour guest passes for non-subscribers, an offer that pops up when readers access a story shared by a subscriber or a Journal staffer. (If you don’t enter your email address, you just get to read the one story.) Down the line, the Journal may also be testing other time increments for the guest passes.


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