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WSJ.com Raises Fee by $20 Per Year: So it has finally happened…WSJ.com has increased its yearly fee to $79 from $59 for nonprint subscribe…

WSJ.com Raises Fee by $20 Per Year: So it has finally happened…WSJ.com has increased its yearly fee to $79 from $59 for nonprint subscribers, and to $39 from $29 for print subscribers. WSJ.com originally cost $49 a year for nonprint subscribers and $29 for newspaper subscribers; the nonprint-subscription rate was raised to $59 in 1998, according to Neil Budde, publisher of the site, quoted in the story.

In 2000, advertising made up 59 percent of total revenue for the site, with subscriptions making up the remaining portion. That ratio has since flip- flopped, with subscriptions accounting for 59 percent of 2001 revenue.

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