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HBR.org Roles and Article Access
There are three levels of access to HBR.org; anonymous, registered, subscriber. The access level determines the amount and type of HBR articles the user may read online.
- Anyone who visits HBR.org and does not log in is a guest/anonymous user. Guest users may read up to 4 HBR articles each month for free, except for the HBR Bestsellers.
- Someone who registers their email on HBR.org, but does not purchase a subscription is a registered user. Registered users may read up to 8 HBR articles each month for free, except for the HBR Bestsellers.
- Someone who purchases a subscription and then registers their email on HBR.org is a subscriber user. Subscriber users may read unlimited articles.
|Anonymous||Red||x/4 Free Articles Left|
|Registered user (registration is free-of-charge||Red||x/8 Free Articles Left|
|HBR Subscriber||Blue||Subscribe + Save|
How do I locate free articles?
HBR Articles, with the exception of HBR Bestsellers are available to pick as one of the free articles you read each month. To find free content, go to the Magazine Archive to browse issues
Or search on keywords and filter by Digital Article and Magazine Article to see material you could select as one of your free articles to read the full text online.