The new social media platform's innovative strategy integrates a fresh payment method for publishers with an improved news experience for consumers.
The developers of Post, a news-focused Twitter alternative launched in November 2022 that lets its users to make microtransactions to access ads-free news articles, announced that the new social media has entered its public beta.
Described as publisher-centric, the new social media features an innovative strategy that integrates a new payment method for publishers with an improved news experience for consumers, allowing the latter to make micropayments to access the articles they want and enabling the former to generate revenue from said payments.
As reported by TechCrunch, major news sites such as The Boston Globe, The Brookings Institution, Fortune, The Independent, Insider, LA Times, NBC News, Politico, ProPublica, Reuters, Semafor, SF Chronicle, MIT Technology Review, USA Today, Wired, World Politics Review, and Yahoo Finance have already joined Post.
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