Google One Pass

Google is constantly developing new features for users to enhance their online experience. Yesterday, Google took the initiative to released Google One Pass, a service that allows publishers to set their own prices and terms for their digital content. Publishers will also be able to build and maintain relationships with the readers through Google One Pass.

Readers that purchase content through Google One Pass can use their e-mail and password to log in once and once only, this will grant them access for all of their devices without having to subscribe again. Publishers on the other hand, can take control of their content by customizing what works and what doesn’t, they can experiment different things such as offering a ‘freemium,’ content or discounts on some of the articles. Google One Pass can also let publishers give the print subscribers a discount to join the digital version; Google of course, takes care of the payment via Google Checkout.

The ultimate goal for Google One Pass is to provide an open and flexible platform that furthers their commitment to support publishers, journalism and access to quality content. Google One Pass is now available for publishers in the U.K., U.S., Canada, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain. If you have tried the Google One Pass, please share the experience for I have yet to try one!

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