If you are a young enthusiast or just like to keep yourself updated with the latest news and updates, you might have wanted to read Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Harvard Business Review, etc. For a really long time, I was struggling to read articles from these great websites as well. It was mostly because of the subscription they ask for after you reach the free limit. I did a bit of research and found a way by which we can do just that.
So, can you read Wall Street Journal, NY Times, HBR, etc for free? Yes, you can read Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Harvard Business Review, Business Insider, etc for free. You can either search the title for each article you want to read one by one, or you can bypass the paywall.
In this article, I’ll share with you exactly how you can read articles from all these popular sites that require monthly or annual subscriptions to access entirely for free.
Should You Even Read Articles From WSJ, NY Times, HBR, Business Insiders, etc?
Wall Street Journal (WSJ), New York Times (NY Times), Business Insiders, Harvard Business Review (HBR), and other websites like such are wonderful sources to stay up to date with the world. They have articles about health, business, science, the latest news, and more. The writers of the articles on such websites are mostly highly experienced field experts, so you cannot go wrong with anything you learn there. Since they are also (mostly) business-focused, you can get a lot of valuable lessons and resources for both your personal and professional life. Reading such articles even 15 to 20 minutes a day can give a great boost to our lives.
So should you even read articles? Yes, you should read articles as they have a lot of valuable lessons and knowledge that you can apply not only to your professional lives but also to your personal lives.
- A computer/laptop
- Google Chrome browser
How To Read Wall Street Journal, NY Times, etc For FREE
In this article, I’m going to show you two methods for how you can read WSJ and NY Times for free. Both of these methods are completely legal. The second method has a small caveat that we will come to in a moment.
How To Read Wall Street Journal, NY Times, etc for FREE with an extension
This method will work for all the websites including Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Harvard Business Review, American Banker, Wired, The New Yorker, Central Western Daily, Bloomberg, Barron’s, and many others.
Step 1: Download the bypass paywall plugin extension from [link].
Step 2: Click on the Extension icon on the right top corner.
Step 3: Click on ‘Manage Extensions’.
Step 4: Click on ‘Load unpacked’.
Step 5: Select the downloaded file and click on select.
Step 6: Make sure all the options are ticked and click on ‘save’.
Step 7: You have it, Enjoy!
How To Read Wall Street Journal, NY Times, etc For FREE Without an Extension
A little secret that giants like the NY Times understand that most other newspapers don’t is that the vast majority of readers won’t bother to do this simple step to read the paid articles for free. So can you read NY Times, HBR, etc for free without an extension? Of course, you can. Here’s how:
NOTE: This method no longer works on Wall Street Journal. It works for NY Times, Wired, and several other websites.
Step 1: Go to NYTimes.com and click around till you see a story with a key icon next to the headline. These are stories you have to have a subscription to read. Click on the story headline.
Step 2: On the story page, highlight and then copy the story headline.
Step 3: Paste the story headline into the Google search box at your browser’s top right. Click through.
Step 4: On the Google search results page, click on the story’s headline again.
Step 5: Boom, you’re done. Repeat as necessary.
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