PCMag.com Launches Digital Content Subscription Service

Jun 06, 2003


Yaga, Inc., a provider of advanced payment services for digital content and online businesses, has announced that Ziff Davis Media's PCMag.com, an online destination for technology buyers, is using Yaga's Digital Content Payment Solution to power the Web site's Utility Library. By implementing Yaga's payment solution, PC Magazine is able to open up new revenue generating channels directly from the sale of downloadable software. Yaga enables new and existing PC Magazine readers to purchase, access, and download the software utilities they need. Annual subscriptions to PC Magazine's utility library, spanning 16 IT categories may be purchased at www.pcmag.com for $24.97. Current PC Magazine subscribers receive a special discount. The download library contains utilities such as the latest versions of FileTip, Web Highlighter, ButtonBoogie, FileSnoop, Hotkey Detective, ListZapper, Registry Robot, TapeCalc, FormWhiz, and CookieCop. The monthly utility and library are only available to utility subscribers.

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