By visiting sites, users get the information they need. But not all Internet resources contain content that is provided to visitors for free. There are sites that charge a fee for accessing the content they contain. In order to avoid wasting time and unnecessary spending of money, it is necessary to be able to determine the resources for the use of which you need to pay. A few helpful tips will help you distinguish a paid site from a free site.
If, when you try to view the desired web page, a message appears stating that you must register to view the materials, carefully study the registration form. A form where you need to enter a mobile phone number to receive a password for the site is installed on paid sites.
Free sites, as a rule, compensate for the costs of supporting and maintaining the resource by installing various advertising materials. Only large trading companies that receive income from the sale of manufactured goods can do without displaying advertisements on web pages. A well-designed and colorfully designed site that does not have third-party ad units, most likely, charges a fee for its use.
If to download materials from a resource you need to send an SMS message to receive an access code, then such a site is paid. Free sites allow you to receive information without sending SMS.
The situation when in order to use the materials of the resource it is required to transfer a certain amount to an electronic wallet is typical for paid sites. Free internet publications never sell access to the information they contain.
Many sites of various online games, which are presented to new users as free, do not allow players to reach the desired level without the character having armor, certain virtual objects or additional features.
The benefits are purchased by the player for cash only. Such online services are paid, as they force users to transfer money in order to continue the game that interests them.
If, while browsing the web, a pop-up banner constantly appears with an offer to subscribe to any free mailing list, then most likely this site is marketing some products through the mailing list. Such paid resources first seek to interest the subscriber, and then sell him the product. Real free newsletters do not have too much advertising.