The Content Management Platform (CMP) displays licensed content that you can publish in your Marketplace tab. Search for key words that relate to your business. Welcome recommends related words to explore. You can save searches to quickly access them. See Finding licensed content for more information.
- NewsCred ingests only syndicated published articles, so Marketplace will not have every article you find on their properties. If you think an article should be in your instance but is not, contact email@example.com.
- You can upload content for which you have the rights to publish.
As a general rule, you are not allowed to edit Marketplace content. You must maintain the publishers attribution and the reporter's byline, displaying it prominently in your article layout. You cannot delete links in the article that support the reporting, whether it links to surveys, studies or additional information supporting the article. You cannot delete NewsCred’s attribution paragraph located at bottom of the article.
You can alter Marketplace content in the following ways.
- Shorten a headline, if necessary, but you may not change the sentiment.
- Delete clear marketing copy such as: “Read more”, "Related news”, “Subscribe to the publisher's newsletter”, and promotional links or invites to follow the author on social media.
- Change a word's spelling if you're regionalizing it for another market. For example if you're bringing an American article to the UK, you can change color to colour.
- Correct a typographical error.
- Change formatting, with regards to bold, italics, colors or sizing as needed.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Once you find a Marketplace article, you can add it to one of your workflows to get it published. See Creating tasks for more here about workflows and how to publish.
We'll also call out that as part of our end-user license agreement (EULA), you must maintain the publisher's canonical link if they have supplied one. Contact email@example.com if you have any issues with implementing canonical links. The EULA requires you to maintain the publisher's attribution and byline. You also need to maintain the legal paragraph at the end of the article.