What is Harvard Business Review about? It showcases articles from subject matter experts ranging Managing Yourself to Organisational Culture to Decision Making. I like to read it for self improvement and when I am unsure of how to handle certain situations at work. Reading Harvard Business Review is like getting advice for free.
A quick check online shows that a Harvard Business Review annual subscription costs SGD $221. Many of you may be ‘broke’ and are not willing to pay to read the articles especially when you do not intend to read all the articles on offer. The non-subscription business model is limited to three (3) articles per month.
I started reading and got hooked on Harvard Business Review when I was with my previous company where the firm had a corporate subscription with Harvard Business Review for the employees to read unlimited articles for free.
Ever since I left to join another firm, I lost this privilege and sought to read articles for free without too much hassle.
Note: The method shown may be a bit controversial to some of the readers. Please do not implement if it is against your morals and values. This method can also apply to other websites that has a similar modus operandi.
Ever come across such stopper when you want to read more? it can be such a pain!
Download Cookie Auto Delete Chrome Extension
Click on the Chrome Extension
Select “Clean” followed by “Clear Cookies for this domain”
Refresh the website
You will be able to read the full article even though you have exceed the article limit for the month.
Know of any other better hacks than this? Feel free to share in the comments below!
Edit as of October 2019:
A simpler method would be to clear the History of your web browser and refresh (F5) the website.
This should work!
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