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You might find the answers to some of your questions here. If you don't, feel free to contact me.
What are syndicated articles?
Syndicated articles are nothing more than article reprints. They are syndicated because they run in different areas at different times. While a particular article might be running in an magazine in California it's possible that it's running at the same time in a magazine in Florida. I keep pretty good records, so if you would like to know if a particular article has been published near you, just ask.
How does this work?
Just browse through the article categories to find an article that sounds like something you are looking for. Then e-mail me to request the specific article title for review. I'll send you the article to look over. You can get back to me with any questions you might have. If you decide you would like to print it we will agree upon a price if we haven't already. I will send you a bill that will be due upon article publication.
What's the cost per article?
I understand that not all publications are alike. They all have a different size audience and budget. I'm always willing to work with an editor to fit the price into their budget. If you are interested in an article I'm sure we can come to a price agreement that is comfortable for the both of us.
Will you localize the article?
I completely understand the importance of localizing an article. I will localize an article (swap source quotes for those of someone local to your area), for a fee. I charge a little bit more to localize an article than to send a reprint as is. This is because it takes me more work to make the phone call(s) and changes to the piece.
If you are looking for ways to make it seem more local I can offer suggestions for that as well. You can always add a sidebar that is relevant and local to your area. Another way you can make it seem more local is to remove where the person quoted is from, so that it just reads their name and title. Most people will never question where someone is a pediatrician and won't give it a second though.
how do publications benefit?
As an editor your budget is tight. By purchasing reprints, or syndicated articles, you save yourself money and still get quality interesting content all at once. You will pay a much smaller fee for reprints while at the same, while your readers get the same enjoyment out of reading them as if you paid for first run articles. All articles have been written by the same professional writer, Jacqueline Bodnar.
can't find the answer?
- to sell to a syndicate or for publication in many newspapers or periodicals at once; also : to sell the work of (as a writer) in this way
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