Content syndication is a method through which you writing or the web content can be put in the internet that is if a person writes an article then by taking the permission of that person the article can be put or introduced in various websites. The writer will be given specific amount of keywords that are required in the content and this content; the writer writes and submits to the website.
Nowadays many website owners just copy and paste the required content for their website without hiring the authors; thus this process is called as syndication and it does not require any permission from the author.
In this content syndication; the original writer or the author is given some form of compensation for taking out time to write the content for the website. Sometimes as an acknowledgement; the author’s name and the website address is included in at the end of the content or the writer is given monetary benefits or compensation. The amount of content to be written may vary from a single article to many based on the requirement.
Many website owners make it an on-going agreement to provide periodical writing to the writer for their website to publish the content on their website in regular basis. All these writings are pivotal components for content syndication.
The most common form of content syndication is the RSS or really simple syndication which is a content source of article in the net. All you have to do is just ‘fed’ the article in the website which is subscribed to feeds. The main advantage of content syndication is that it enables good publicity and may lead to more contacts, popularity and more money. Another benefit is that the publisher can provide a continuous source of material or content in the website and can update it continuously with fresh and new content from time to time to attract new viewers.
The types of writing include new articles, blogs, commentaries on political and cultural issues, music, books, accessories, travel, stock and many such topics of general interest are all a part of content syndication.