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Here’s a question for a dying industry – my own!

Tom Winnifrith Thursday 21 May 2020

 

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This gives me real pleasure. Dismissed as a “blogger” by some patronising tossers in the Newspaper world I enjoy seeing our readership here at ShareProphets steadily climb. Moreover we operate on a business model that Fleet Street would find hard to understand. Folks want to access our content so pay for it and our revenues exceed our costs. We innovate and hope to continuing growing to top line so we can invest in content you can’t get elsewhere. Meanwhile newspaper print circulation data for April is out. Ouch.

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