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For online content publishers, content syndication is a great way to expand your reach, build your reputation, and possibly make money. Sounds great, right? It is, but there are different types of content syndication to consider. Before you decide to syndicate the content you’ve worked hard to create, you need to understand the available syndication models and how they can benefit you.