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Newsletter publishing in the future

Substack has become the favourite online platform for thousands of writers and content creators to get their work published and distributed. Its ease-of-use and simple fee model appeals to content creators while consumers are drawn by a product that provides them with a wide variety of quality content on topics of interest, delivered directly to their email inbox. It allows almost anyone to start a newsletter and charge subscribers for it. Users register via e-mail, produce content, and upload via the note-pad style interface. Substack then allows users to set a subscription fee and invite readers to sign up. Substack competes with other self-publishing services such as MailChimp and Patreon

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Alastair Tempest

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