Reading articles for free is easy on GJSentinel.com
GJSentinel.com’s new metered paywall allows guests access to 12 articles every month free of charge. In order to access these articles, visitors to the site will need to register. You only need to register on your very first visit. After that, each time you visit the site you can simply log in with your username and password and read whatever you like until you reach your limit for the month. We hope our guide below, and FAQs after, will help you to easily register and access the best news on the Western Slope. Still have questions? Check out our Frequenty Asked Questions below.
1. I registered and clicked “submit” but I still can’t login.
Make sure that you’ve gone to your email and found the registration email from us. This should be in your inbox, but might be in your SPAM folder. It will be from GJSentinel.com. Open this email and click the activation link. This will open a new window that will say, “Congratulations, your account has been activated.” You can now log in and read articles on our site.
2. I’ve tried registering and it keeps telling me my User Name / Email Address is already taken
3. Why do I have to register? Other sites don’t make me do that to read some free articles. There are different ways to create a metered paywall. How a site chooses to implement this is entirely up to them. We chose this method because it allows us to keep better track of the number of articles read by people each month. If you are afraid you will forget your login information, just make sure to click the “keep me logged in” button when you log in to read a story.
4. If I register and give you my email address are you going to send me annoying Sentinel emails?
No. Your email address is an easy way for us to look up your registration information should you lose it. It is also one of the ways we track how many articles you have read. We do not your registration email address for any other purpose. However, if you’d like to join our email list, you can do so by clicking here.
5. TV news sites have content on their websites for free. Why don’t you?
We believe that the original content created by our reporters and photographers is valuable, no matter what form it’s in. We do allow 12 free articles a month for anyone who wants to register and read them. This way, if there is just one column you are interested in, or if occasional breaking news is all you want to see, you don’t have to subscribe.
6. I think there is something wrong with my subscription.