Where is my content distributed to?
SyndiGate packages and provides licensed content to a broad range of customers including leading brands, commercial websites, global information businesses, subscription services, corporate intranets and extranets, data analytics companies, media monitoring companies, broadcasters, internet television services (IPTV), in-flight entertainment systems, GPS navigation systems, Reproduction Rights Organisations, libraries, app developers,…
Four Myths About Content Syndication
Written by By Stefan Deeran, Client Sales Director at NewsCred, May 20, 2015 As marketers continue to move into a space traditionally owned by publishers, they are likely to seek out best practices, tips and previous examples of what works, and what hasn’t. One surefire…
What general rights does SyndiGate acquire from its licensed content providers?
When SyndiGate licenses content from the content owners, or rights holders, or copyright holders, the licensor usually agrees to the following wording detailed within our standard Content License Agreement: Licence Grant. Licensor hereby grants SyndiGate a non-exclusive, worldwide, non-transferable, perpetual licence to use, market, make available,…
Who are some of SyndiGate’s content providers?
A small selection of SyndiGate’s content buyers include: 3eesho.comalbawaba.comAl-AhramAl Aan TVAl BayaneAl HayatallAfrica.comArab NewsArab TimesArabian BusinessBBC Good Foodbeirut.comCNBC ArabiaCPI FinancialeuronewsFrance 24GOALGulf NewsHindustan TimesIndia TodayITP.netlayalina.commarie claire ArabiaMBCMubasherQatar TribuneSaudi GazetteSayidatySport 360The Daily Star (Lebanon)The National (UAE)
Who are some of SyndiGate’s content buyers?
A selection of SyndiGate’s content buyers include: albawaba.comBloombergCoca ColaDow JonesduHeathrow ExpressHTCMcDonald’sMicrosoftMiddle East InstituteMonsterMSNNews RepublicOlayPanasonicPepsiPfizerPrudentialRELX GroupSALONSTCThomson ReutersYahoo!Zain
How much will my content make in revenue via SyndiGate?
Where database distribution is concerned, it is extremely difficult for SyndiGate to predict revenue or provide projections for new content we license, as this will depend on the usage of your materials within a database product. And the usage very much depends on what an end-user is searching…
What is the average term of a Content License Agreement with SyndiGate?
The standard initial term of a Content License Agreement with SyndiGate is two (2) years from the effective date of the agreement. Thereafter, the Agreement will automatically renew for additional two (2) year periods, upon the same terms and conditions set forth within the Agreement. And your shall be entitled to…
How much does SyndiGate charge its customers for my content?
Below is a guide to the pricing that SyndiGate’s clients pay for content: Fixed Licensing Fees (Media Clients): From $500 p/month (full publication feed, or subject specific multi-publication feed) + one-time set-up fee + minimum monthly guarantee From $750 p/month (full video feed, or subject specific…
SyndiGate Publisher Portal (SSP)
Once you become a SyndiGate publisher partner, you will have 24/7 access to the SyndiGate Publisher Portal (SPP), where you will have complete transparency on who we are delivering your content to at any time. And you can also report a problem with any client…
The key benefits of licensing your content to SyndiGate
There are many benefits that SyndiGate can offer to content owners, some of which include: • Regular royalties or license fees • Regular fees from the copying, usage or reproduction of your content worldwide • Controlled exposure of your content to new audiences worldwide •…
SyndiGate acts as a reprographic rights agency, by collecting and paying fees owed to content owners, based on the copying, usage or reproduction of their content worldwide, by governments, media monitoring companies and corporations, plus students in schools and universities.
Licensed Content 2018: The Definitive Guide
Written by by Jennifer Stenger – February 8, 2018 What do email newsletters, social media channels, and website personalization have in common? They all require constant fuel, and that fuel is content. Running a successful content marketing program is not a day trip. It is a long-distance journey across the country and back. Having…
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