- Increase your overall exposure, credibility, and influence.
- Open the doors to new opportunities like media interviews, public speaking, and more.
- Earn royalties when your content is viewed.
Newstex licenses full text RSS feeds from high quality websites, blogs, online magazine, Twitter profiles, Facebook Pages, online video, and more. We standardize the format of the content and apply categorization tags (topics, industries, ticker symbols, etc.) in the background. The content, including a link back to the original publisher’s homepage, is delivered, alongside other respected publishers’ content, to leading content distributors (see “Who sees my content? below for details). Newstex doesn’t provide your content to distributors to republish it across the open Web. Newstex only licenses your content to closed, password-protected, subscription-based information databases and mobile apps such as university, corporate, legal, and government libraries. Newstex syndication allows web publishers to license their content through multiple platforms to diverse audience who would be unlikely to find it otherwise.
Your content is syndicated through leading offline distributors such as LexisNexis, Amazon Kindle, CEDROM-SNi, Cengage Gale, Copyright Clearance Center, CQ Roll Call, Emerging Markets, Postmedia Network, ProQuest, QuoteMedia, and Thomson Reuters Westlaw. It does not compete with your online content. Instead, it’s viewed through offline and mobile systems at law firms, government institutions, research libraries, and so on. People who need quick and reliable access to content from credible sources in order to do their jobs are the audience when your content is licensed for syndication through Newstex
You get paid for the work you’ve already done through licensing fees paid to you when your content is viewed. You also benefit by extending the reach of your content to offline audiences who are unlikely to find it otherwise. That additional exposure to new, influential audiences can lead to more traffic to your online content, public speaking opportunities, media interview requests, and much more. Every syndicated piece of content includes a link to the web page where it was originally published.
No. Content distributors offer bundled content, which could include yours, to their end-user customers. They pay licensing fees to allow their customers access to your content, and you earn a percentage of those licensing fees.
Newstex Authoritative Content publishers include The Business Insider, AMERICAblog, 24/7 Wall St., Gizmodo, ProPublica, DealBreaker, Cato@Liberty, The Volokh Conspiracy, The Wrap, Slaw, and many more.