Paywall for Blogs

If you write or manage a blog, then you know that the material on it can take a lot of time and effort to produce—especially if it’s premium content. And if you put enough time and effort into a site, it’s a good idea to monetize it in some way. One great way to do so is by setting up a paywall.

Test how the paywall works. If you have Google Pay or Apple Pay enabled in this browser, 1-click payments will be automatically enabled for you. For traditional card or mobile payments, use the following info. Full name: (424), Credit card: (4242 4242 4242 4242), CVC (242), Expiry (04/24), Phone: (00000010), PIN (5544).

What is a Paywall?

A paywall is a way to restrict access to a site. Users who have paid to subscribe to certain material, as an example, can access that material. But users who have not paid won’t be able to access the content on the site.

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  1. Test how the paywall works. If you have Google Pay or Apple Pay enabled in this browser, 1-click payments will be automatically enabled for you. For traditional card or mobile payments, use the following info. Full name: (424), Credit card: (4242 4242 4242 4242), CVC (242), Expiry (04/24), Phone: (00000010), PIN (5544).

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