Digital Reading Service Scribd Boasts More Than 1 Million Members
An impressive milestone considering the interesting evolution of the service
Last week, digital subscription reading subscription service Scribd hit a big milestone – it surpassed more than 1 million members from around the world. The service first launched in 2007 as an open publishing platform where users could upload documents and share other online content with other users. In 2013, Scribd developed an eBook digital reading subscription service where readers had unlimited access to content. The model has evolved over time as Scribd experimented with different subscription models and content offerings, adding magazines and newspapers, reducing its catalog of romance titles and removing comics.
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