I'd pay for google's "factacular" widget. I couldn't afford a lot, but if it were like $9.99 a year, I'd be happy to for all the enjoyment I get from the trivia games and how they're really spiraled so that questions a person misses are repeated. I do pay for a subscription to rubberchicken.com because I find the cards very creative and like to support the talent that produces such cute cards to post on Facebook, etc. I wish Weight Watchers online tracker cost a little less. I get a lot from using the tracker, but I can't seem to join month per month. For my website, I would gladly pay for the kind of analytics that used to track where visitors to our site landed and where they went to next. I think it was Webpro Gold, but now I think they're out of business. I pay to use pictures at istockphoto.com to use on hubpages and my website, and I like that recently I can purchase images individually without buying a group of credits. There's also a blog by an artist Dani Jones who has such good information that has helped me with my ebook publication, that I would pay a subscription price for it. We have been creating educational games for students and get a large number of schools with our fill-in-the-blank Gettysburg Address and other documents. However, it takes a great deal of work and creating things on the web for no renumeration causes people like us to have to limit our production of such online activities. Even if i didn't produce free games, etc.,I would have this philosophy and pay for sites I feel valuable. My mother and father were raised during the Great Depression, but were very proud people and always paid generously for what they valued. Our family now has a lot less money than other people, but we pay for things that we respect. I think that's a very important principle that we've lost recently in today's society.