Promote your content with Newstex
Access premium distribution channels
Syndicating your content with Newstex means making your full-text articles available via professional channels to audiences that find your high-quality content uniquely valuable.
These channels include academic libraries, specialized information databases dedicated to specific professional fields, media monitoring platforms, and content marketplaces that serve professional analysts, researchers, and marketing experts.
Enable outbound promotion at scale
Most content promotion strategies are 'pull' strategies designed to pull audiences to the content creator’s website.
Instead of trying to entice the right audience to come to your website, it is also possible to push your full-text articles to potential readers, wherever they might be.
Develop your professional audience
Here are a few of our content syndication partners:
LexisNexis.com provides law firms, corporations, government agencies and academic institutions with news and business insights.
Thomson Reuters Westlaw offers a proprietary database for lawyers and legal professionals that is available in over 60 countries.
Proquest.com provides information comprehensive discovery services to academic libraries across the globe.
Refinitiv.com is a world-leading provider of financial news and insights for asset managers, bankers, financial traders, and treasury and compliance professionals.
How it works
Submit your publication online. We will take care of the rest.
We assess quality
We consider a range of factors including posting frequency, article length, and writing quality as well as the needs of our clients.
Prepare for syndication
We help you set up your content for syndication. You will not need to change your website to work with Newstex.
Our distribution partners receive content from all publishers in a single, combined feed from Newstex.
“Newstex helps us reach a wide audience of database, mobile news app, content marketing, and license agency clients without the need for direct targeting.”