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THE DAILY DOOM: Drought No More!
The new edition of The Daily Doom is up and running.
The first edition of The Daily Doom on my own blog is now up on The Great Recession Blog, which is where it will be published exclusively for now. When I can find a parter here on Substack with an established audience to extend promotion of a Substack edition, I hope to relaunch The Daily Doom here as paid subscriber publication. (If you’re interested in that possibility, it costs nothing to become a subscriber here now, and you’ll receive it if and when that happens.)
Unfortunately, not enough of my original Substack readers were willing to convert to paid subscriptions after my four-month free-trial launch for me to continue to dedicate so much time here, so I decided to utilize The Daily Doom as an exclusive reward for my upper-level patrons on my own blog until I can find a partner here.
If you don’t want to wait that long, you can receive it currently by becoming one of my $10 patrons on my blog. Instructions on how to do that are provided here. If you’ve been a free reader of The Daily Doom here on Substack, you already understand what The Daily Doom is all about, so you can skip to the section subtitled, “How to access The Daily Doom‘s economic news content.” Once I receive notice that you’ve become a patron, you’ll receive a password for the month that will enable you to unlock all posts of The Daily Doom on my own blog.
With no further farewell, this may be the last email you will receive from The Daily Doom’s Substack account unless I find a Substack partner who is interested in letting me do all the work in order to gain a news aggregate publication like The Drudge Report, but more organized and with a stronger economics focus and its own introductory commentary (often a bit humorous).
My thanks to all who gave it a try here, and you aren’t being abandoned if you really liked it because you can continue on my own site. Hopefully, I’ll find a substack partner with his or her own large audience who wants a new revenue stream from a publication with equal ownership but no work on his or her part, so The Daily Doom can be reborn here on Substack.