Friday, February 19, 2016

Scribd Revises Its Subscription Model - PW (Publishers Weekly)

Panzer made a short trip into the Catosphere today. Our fast kitty pilot stopped in at the Publishers' Weekly site. After some digging around, he found a post about the latest changes coming to the reader subscription service Scribd.

I need more books than three.
According to the post by Andrew Albanese, Scribd has announced the major change is to the number of ebooks a subscriber is allowed. Starting in March you'll be limited three ebooks and one audio book per month. Also, you'll only be allowed unlimited ebooks in their "Select" ebooks program. Monthly fees will remain the same. Included in the post are links to previous posts about changes Scribd has made to the service during the past few months.

Panzer says, "It's hard to use a reader service when they keep changing the rules."

Note: You'll need a cup of tea to read this post. If you plan to read this post and follow the links and read the other posts, you'll need two cups of tea and two muffins.

To read the post, tootle over to Scribd

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