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excellent point about keeping gated and "pay for" separated. I attempted to show the difference with the examples in the post. The reason why both Taylor's and Chris' work appeal and convert is that they are high value and totally opt-in as part of a larger content strategy that supports the community and listens to it.

it's coming. I'll have a product in the next couple of weeks. Was thinking, and nobody got hurt in the process. Good point, though.

Sorry, Valeria, but I was looking for the Tip Jar for this post...

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