What Is Rev.Press?

Rev.Press is the ultimate site for publishers using Subscribe with Google!

Keep up with the latest news and learn how to maximize your reader revenue stream with expert advice, tips, tutorials, and more.

If you want to turn your readers into financial supporters, you’ve found your home!

Become a RevPress Pro member today!

What Is RevPress?

RevPress is a WordPress plugin that makes it easy to add Subscribe with Google to your site!

Get RevPress for free from WordPress.org

A pro version will be available to Rev.Press subscribers soon. Pro members also get full access to our exclusive content and our members-only forum.

Become a RevPress Pro member today!

What Is Subscribe with Google?

Subscribe with Google is Google’s reader revenue solution.

It allows publishers to sell subscriptions to their content through Google’s payment system, Google Pay.

Publishers can opt to have all of their premium content paywalled, allow a number of free views before requiring a subscription, or even simply request contributions.

The advantage for publishers and subscribers is ease of use.

For publishers, the set up is fairly simple. Google handles the billing and only retains 5% of the subscription price.

For subscribers, as long as they are logged in to their Google account, they can access paywalled content for all of the sites they are subscribed to through Google without having to sign in to each site individually.

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Handy links for news publishers

Handy Links for News Publishers

From the basics of news writing to advanced SEO, this is a developing list of handy links for news publishers. Google Tools and Documentation Useful tools and information available directly from Google: Google Publisher Center (Google News and the Reader Revenue Manager) – https://publishercenter.google.com Google Publisher Center documentation – https://support.google.com/news/publisher-center … Read more

Can You Make Money With Subscribe with Google?

Can you put Subscribe with Google on your site and make money? Yes – if you have the right content. What’s the right content? Let’s dig in: Unique Content Is Critical Few people are going to pay for something they can easily get somewhere else for free. What you offer … Read more

Subscribe with Google & AMP Are Incompatible (Mostly)

Ah, AMP… Accelerated Mobile Pages… what a sordid history. Launched in 2015 and taking the internet by storm, AMP was thought to be the answer for a faster web experience. The idea was that sites would use a simpler set of standards designed specifically for mobile users. Google would then … Read more

Subscribe with Google Publisher Tool Now Called Reader Revenue Manager

Google has a long tradition of naming products as confusingly as possible. Add this one to the list. Subscribe with Google allows publishers to offer subscriptions or accept contributions on their sites. In the past, the service and the tool for setting up the service was all called Subscribe with … Read more

How to use SwG & Also Register Users in WordPress

You set up a paywall on your site using Subscribe with Google (SwG). When a reader subscribes, Google manages access. As long as the reader is logged into their Google account, Google let’s them pass through the paywall seamlessly. You have access to the subscribers name, email address, status, payment … Read more

JavaScript Paywall Pros & Cons

There are two general ways to add a paywall to your site. Client-side or server-side. The code for a client-side paywall is implemented in the reader’s browser. This is generally done using JavaScript. The code for a server-side paywall is implemented on the website’s server, the computer that the website … Read more

Tired of the SEO Content Race? Develop Subscription Revenue Instead

Tired of publishing crap? No offense intended, we’ve all been there. You’re stuck in a cycle of trying to find keywords that you can rank for and spending hours investigating what might be a hit. You find something and then have to write a story on it, even though you … Read more

Subscribe with Google Content Policies – What’s Not Allowed?

I missed when exactly they posted these, but sometime over the last two weeks Google published the new Subscribe with Google (SwG) Content Policies. Google has the policies divided into two sections – ‘user’ and ‘content’ – which seems like an odd way to do it. When they say ‘user’, … Read more

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