Saturday, December 19, 2009
Stop following your favorite columnist in the Wall Street Journal.
Now, you can sign-up for the email lists at WSJ so that you get them delivered to you instead.
If you're a registered user, you get access to more columnists.
But even if you're not a paying WSJ subscriber
there are several columnists you can get delivered via email free:
Just register and sign-up for your favorite writer's emails
from the Wall Street Journal Newspaper site. Tons of other email lists are available too.
Labels: columnist, email, email lists, wall street journal, wsj
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Facebook is no longer just for the younger texting generation. And The Wall Street Journal knows it too.
Here’s a list of Facebook pages for various departments and sections of The Wall Street Journal proper.
Become a fan on Facebook of each or all of the various Facebook pages that The WSJ has created.
Here’s the list. Which is your favorite one? Are you joining them all?
WSJ Wealth Blog
WSJ Environmental Capital Blog
Labels: facebook, fan page, wall street journal, wsj
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Copies of the Wall Street Journal are available for one year prior to the current date of issue. Back copies of The Wall Street Journal which were printed Monday through Friday and The Weekend Editions are available at a pre-paid cost of $6.50 per issue.
To place your order by phone: 1-800-568-7625.
You can also send your request by US Mail:
The Wall Street Journal
200 Burnett Rd
Chicopee Ma 01020
Include your name, address, check or credit card number and expiration date and specify the issue month, day and year that you would like to purchase.
To purchase issues no longer available try the the Historic Newspaper Archive Co. (1 800-221-3221)
To send an email with a question about purchasing back copies of the WSJ, Click here
Labels: back issues, old issues, price, wall street journal
“A sophisticated micro-payments service” will launch this autumn, Robert Thomson, editor-in-chief of Dow Jones and managing editor of the Journal, told the Financial Times.
While the best deal for Wall Street Journal subscriptions remain the offers that promote either bundled subscriptions
to the online and print versions, or discount deals pushed through the web
(vs offers marketed on wsj.com directly), the WSJ is going after audiences in different cities where it may not be the "home town paper".
Mr Thomson said the Journal saw an opportunity in its US metropolitan rivals’ weakness, adding: “We’re going to move in on each of the big cities.”It has begun marketing campaigns in cities such as Detroit and San Francisco, where local publications are struggling. . .
Right now, if you're searching the web and come across a WSJ article online, chances are that you won't get free access to the full text of the article. You'll either get a snippet or an offer to start a full subscription immediately to get full access to the story and more. That's a lot, even at the $9/month rate which is flexible for those that want to try it short term instead of locking in a 80+% discount for 1 year at $119.
But if you're looking for just one WSJ article, $9 is still a lot. So Dow Jones is thinking that micropayments for a la carte content might do the trick.
You will be able to gain access to wsj.com online for as little as $1.00. Nice, huh?
What do you think about this? Would you pay a quarter for an article via PayPal? What about $1 for a Wall Street Journal article? Where is the line after which you think it's just not worth it and you'll go search for the same story somewhere else?
Labels: micropayment, wall street journal deals
I got an email regarding our NY Times subscription today . . .
We’ve made it easy for you to access and manage your account information with just the click of a button — 24/7. Check out the new tools and features available only for subscribers at homedelivery.nytimes.com.
Once you register your account, you can easily:
Place your delivery on hold and identify your restart date.
Be the first to learn about exclusive subscriber discounts at The New York Times Store, upcoming Times events, special features in the newspaper and more.
Have your questions answered promptly.
Pay your bill, set up automatic payments, sign up for billing reminders — all in a matter of minutes.
Basically, they are making it real easy to manage your NY Times subscription via self-service. Instead of calling 1-800-NYTIMES for everything.
NY TIMES CUSTOMER SERVICE WEBSITE LINK
Labels: new york times
Here's clarification on the Dow Jones newspaper LIMITED-TIME OFFER: Basically if you subscribe today, you'll save over 80%
Get The Journal delivered to your home or office 5 days a week. PLUS included free
in your price you'll receive the Weekend Edition, delivered on Saturdays to an address of your choice. SIX DAYS A WEEK.
Take advantage of this month's special offer and end up paying just $2.29 per week. You'll save over 80% off the newsstand price. Plus you will receive 2 WEEKS FREE
(54 weeks in total).
These Wall Street Journal Deals include a
100% Satisfaction Guarantee by Dow Jones
Your satisfaction is guaranteed. You may cancel your subscription at any time and receive a refund on all undelivered issues of your print subscription.
Wall Street Journal Saturday Delivery Option
Your subscription includes The Wall Street Journal Weekend Edition which will be delivered to you Saturdays. If your Monday through Friday delivery address is your work address, just check the box on the order form
and provide your home address to receive your Weekend Edition early Saturday morning.
WSJ Subscription Prices
There are two immediate discount options for the 80% Off Wall Street Journal newspaper deal.
The WSJ Offer Includes Free Early Morning Delivery
Free home or office delivery is included in these limited time discount deals for the WSJ. Carrier delivery: The carrier delivers from 12:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. Monday through Friday, and 12:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. on Saturday. If your paper is to be delivered by mail, the WSJ newspaper would arrive along with your regular mail delivery.
Labels: wall street journal deals