A regional daily is aiming to attract 1,000 digital subscribers by the end of the year.
The Greenock Telegraph has set itself the target after announcing 600 readers have now subscribed to its website, as of Monday.
The Telegraph’s owner Newsquest introduced metered paywalls across 70 of its sites in April and May last year.
In an update issued in February, the publisher said the number of readers subscribing online had been “substantially ahead of expectations”.
Brian, pictured, said: “We’d like to thank our readers who have taken out a digital subscription and helped us meet this new milestone.
“Local news is more important than ever and with your support we will be able to continue to offer the best and most important news Inverclyde has to offer.
“We would love to hit 1,000 subscribers before the end of the year, so that’s why we are inviting you to take advantage of our amazing offer where you can subscribe for two months for just £2.
“Our premium stories are the very best of what we do and our exclusive coverage of crime is unparalleled and we always ensure unrivalled reports of Inverclyde.
“We’d love to have you join us.”