4 Ways Publishers are Using TinyPass for Paid Content

By: Rob O’Regan | emediavitals.com

When Google gave up on its One Pass paid content system last month, RR Donnelley’s Press+ strengthened its standing as the paid content platform of choice for a growing number of news publishers. However, with audience revenue models evolving rapidly, there’s still plenty of room for other paid content products to carve out a niche.

TinyPass is one of these players. The New York-based startup, founded in January 2011, has signed up about 20 publishers for its paid content platform, which it has dubbed “content access and monetization” software.

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