How do news websites make money Take a look at BuzzFeed and Dish

August 5, 2017 0 Comments

/]BuzzFeed and Dish are the profit models that are subverting traditional news websites, exploring charging news and customizing content advertisements. What are their special features? Will their experiments succeed? Please see this article.



technology news (Jin Yu) January 7th Beijing time news, the "the Atlantic issue" (the Atlantic) online edition recently published a signed for Derek · Thompson (Derek Thompson) the article said that recently, Daily Dish and BuzzFeed of the two online news media invariably released the latest announcement, the two things the seemingly unrelated, and the two media adopt different business model, but it can affect the future of paid online news.

below is the main content of the article:

, the best social networking news service in the Internet today, BuzzFeed recently announced that it has received $19 million in venture capital. At the same time, at the other end of the Internet far, blog pioneer Andrew · Sullivan (Andrew Sullivan) announced that from the "Newsweek" s news website The Daily Beast, and launched a blog site Dish Publishing charges (hereinafter referred to as "Dish"), and said the website does not put any advertisement, and any investment in wind gold support, will completely depend on at least $19.99 a year subscription revenue.

at first glance, these events seem to have nothing to do with each other, but they are not.

, however, the time between BuzzFeed and Sullivan was only a few hours before and after the announcement. Although the styles of the two websites are completely different, their content is of the same type. The content of BuzzFeed style, the original article is this: "only 50 adorable dogs to help you overcome difficulties: you will not stop looking at them" (50 Puppies to Get You Through Your Bad Day: Bet you can’t stop looking at these dogs); and the Dish of the original article is: "the welfare of continental countries the future: Douthat against Ezra" (The Future of the Welfare State, Cont.: Douthat counters Ezra). Although the style is different, but the two sites are doing is the right thing, both in the entertainment of the public, to provide information for them, so that people can pay a glimpse of the future of news, or more precisely, the combination is to pay for the future of the news.

Dish, let’s start with

. Andrew · Sullivan’s blog

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