Publishers - How To Get The Most from Our SiteIf you operate a website, blog or newsletter, you will find our site to be a valuable resource for you.
Our clients pay us to help them get their articles to the publishers who will want to use them.
Terms Of Reprint for Articles In Our Article Directory
There is no monetary cost for you to use the articles found in our Article Directory. The Terms Of Reprint are simple:
My clients do not get paid directly by the publisher, as is the case with print publishing. In order to be compensated for their writing, they expect an advertisement for their website, which is presented to the reader in the About The Author Information or Author's Resource Box that follows the article.
So, please honor our client's Terms of Reprint.
You will get what you want, which is free content for your website. And our client's will get what they want, which is free advertising for their website.
It is a win-win-win, if we ALL play by the rules.
We Serve A Higher-Caliber Of Writers
As you peruse our Free Reprint Article Directory, you will notice that we serve writers of a much higher-caliber.
The reason why you will find a higher quality of articles in our directory is because we charge a much higher price to our clients than what our competitors in the industry do. This higher rate of cost per distribution helps to ensure that our clients will always send us their best materials.
Navigation Of Our Directory
Once you land on the main page of our Article Directory, you will see a navigation box that looks like this:
This box will let you navigate to any category or author name you would like to review.
All article directory pages load by Last-In First-Out, so that the newest articles will be at the top of the page.
Once you get to the page that houses the actual article, if you decide that would like to use the article, then drop down below the "About The Author" or Author's Resource Box as shown in the image below.
As you might note in the image above, you will see towards the bottom of the image a line that says: "HTML Article Copy-And-Paste". Directly below that box, you will also see a "TEXT Article Copy-And-Paste".
All you will need to do is to click in the appropriate box once, then right-click and Copy. You will be able to transfer the source code of the article to your website, blog or newsletter as you see fit to do, so that you can Paste the article's source code where you want it.
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