Ultimately, what you're going for is to get people to take annual subscriptions.
Myth: The Journal example is irrelevant because most of its subscribers can write off their subscriptions as a business expense.
subscriptions are available for the PDF version and proceeds go to support local reconstruction.
It was the scene that launched a thousand HBO subscriptions—and one misguided, mammary-centric New Yorker think piece.
There is a reason why subscriptions at major newspapers across the country are in steep decline.
"I don't know," replied Terrill, producing a whole bundle of money orders, with which the students had paid their subscriptions.
The cost was defrayed by subscriptions from children of the parish.
subscriptions are opened; Lists are formed, more accurate than Elie's; harangues are delivered.
subscriptions to the "Old Soldier" pour in without abatement.
The cost was defrayed by subscriptions from several noblemen and gentlemen formerly Eton scholars.
c.1400, "piece of writing at the end of a document," from Middle French subscription, from Latin subscriptionem (nominative subscriptio) "anything written underneath, a signature," noun of action from past participle stem of subscribere (see subscribe for etymology and sense development).
subscription sub·scrip·tion (səb-skrĭp'shən)
The part of a prescription giving the directions to the pharmacist.
The subscriptions to Paul's epistles are no part of the original. In their present form they are ascribed to Euthalius, a bishop of the fifth century. Some of them are obviously incorrect.