Consider re-thinking your subscription pricing model.
I have been a regular user/reader of Seeking Alpha's offerings for 5+ years. The recent announcement of Seeking Alpha's switch to a pay wall model was disappointing to me. Of course, I understand that Seeking Alpha is in business to make money, and a determination was made that a subscription model was preferable to an advertising model. Fair enough. However, I feel that SA has seriously miscalculated the pricing relative to the value of what is being offered. A website offering me an aggregation of publicly available news, along with analysis that can be can oftentimes be found for free elsewhere, should not cost me more than an Amazon Prime subscription.
I am not a professional investor and do not use Seeking Alpha enough to justify spending a minimum of $200 annually. Having observed over the last month what I can use the website for on a free basis, there is virtually no use to it now. I can't even read news alerts without being told I'm out of free articles. I do read Seeking Alpha regularly, and I think it's valuable enough to pay something for it... but not the current price tag.
I'm certain I am not the only one of your users that feels this way. I think you should strongly consider revising your pricing such that it costs something closer to $5-10 per month. You might find that a lot more people would be willing to subscribe, and it would be a win for Seeking Alpha and a win for its customers.