If you’re a part of my generation, you probably expect that everything that’s digital should be free.
The “cheap” generation
benlreed — September 29, 2010
From music, to articles, to old sermons, podcasts, TV shows, and movies. If you can find it online, it should be free, right? And it should give you exactly the information that you want. And you should be able to easily find it. And it should be presented well, with a good eye for design. And it shouldn’t be too long. Or too short. Or have too many internal links, because that’s just self-serving. Or have too many external links, because I’m probably not going to click on them anyway.
You want it your way. And you don’t want to have to pay a penny for it.
And for much of that, we can be thankful. So many great leaders offer high-quality content online for no charge. What a great blessing that our generation can enjoy.
What kind of content should be offered for free?
Is there a blog, a site, or a podcast you’d consider paying to get updated content from? What makes it worth the cost for you?