Tailoring the news to your needs: Feed Navigator to enhance the reader’s experience

By Jane Byrne contact

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© GettyImages/John Lamb
© GettyImages/John Lamb

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Feed Navigator is enhancing its digital service for readers.

We, like many media organizations globally, are implementing what is known as ‘metered’ access, asking site users, from tomorrow, to register to continue to interact with our news content.

It is part of our ongoing strategy to develop a deeper relationship with our readers.

For now, we are only metering news content. Other pages such as resources, podcasts, promotional features listing pages and the homepage are still accessible without limitations.

To access more than two articles over 30 days, users must register

Newsletter subscribers will continue to receive newsletters as normal and they, together with those visiting the site via search engines or social media, can read two full stories​ over 30 days​ before being asked to register.

Once you have created an account and signed in, our system will remember your device, meaning you do not have to sign in every time you visit on the same device. If this is not happening, please check your browser settings and ensure you are allowing cookies on our website.  

It’s totally free

The registration process is simple, and no payment is required. We are just asking for some basic information such as your email address and industry specific demographics.

We have compiled an FAQ​ list to answer any questions you might have on the registration process.

Why register?

Knowing more about you will deepen our understanding of your content requirements, helping us to produce content that is relevant to you. 

By registering, in future Feed Navigator will be able to personalize the content you receive via email newsletters, only inform you about webinars, events, and downloadable resources that you really care about and keep you up to date on the latest developments in your niche areas of interest.

With these changes, we hope to further improve the on-site experience of all readers. We look forward to providing you with even more must-read content so you can keep track of the global animal feed industry. 

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