Free news content for your news portal from Send2Press Newswire
If you have a news portal, you can easily syndicate our news via RSS2. With the right tools you can pull in full-text copies of all our news, or target by topic (e.g., “Entertainment”), or even micro target by sub-topic (e.g., “Books and Publishing”).
Example for “Books and Publishing” topic:
Important Note: we do not allow our news content to be syndicated onto any website selling a competing service, such as paid press release distribution/posting, or similar.
Non WordPress-based Sites
If you’re using a content management system (CMS) other than WordPress, such as Drupal (etc.), you will need to look for a plugin/add-on that can bring in news from a RSS feed and save as “posts” in your CMS.
If your news/content portal is based on the highly popular WordPress platform (wordpress.org), you can use some reliable tools to bring in our news as full-text posts, choose how to place into categories, choose to import tags, and even bring in the inline image as a “featured” image for use on categories as thumbnails.
The following WordPress plugins are recommended, based on our own experience. You may choose to use a different method.
- FeedWordPress — this versatile plugin allows you to import RSS feeds from Send2Press into your news portal, and choose how to post, set author(s), and fully automate live posts.
- Auto Post Thumbnail PRO — this modestly priced plugin ($14) is a proven solution for capturing the first image in our feed to add to your media database and assign as the “featured” image for the posts built with FeedWordPress. Seriously, we’ve tried other stuff and this one simply works. With most WP themes, your category and index module thumbnails are made from a featured image, so without that you’d have either empty boxes, or a fallback image which isn’t very attractive.
Original Source Link:
If you wish to include the original source meta tag in your HTML header, you can add the following code to your WP theme (usually in header.php before the closing head tag). This basically pulls the source permalink custom field created by FeedWordPress so you can print in your meta data.