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boogie93

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Msg#: 3633616 posted 10:58 pm on Apr 23, 2008 (gmt 0)

Hi everyone
Newbie here...lol

I was trying to describe to a friend what I want to do and they suggested I join here and get some advice.

I want to start up a news site and feed various news sources in. However, I don't want the news link to link back to their site, I want it to seem like it is part of my site.

Is this possible and what would I need?

 

bill

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Msg#: 3633616 posted 2:16 am on Apr 24, 2008 (gmt 0)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld boogie93.

If you license full feeds from the big news agencies, like Reuters [about.reuters.com] or the Associated Press [apdigitalnews.com] then they will provide you the data that will not require a link back to the original content. Be aware that those sorts of feeds are very expensive.

Without full feeds you would have to link back to the original content.

boogie93

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Msg#: 3633616 posted 3:09 am on Apr 24, 2008 (gmt 0)

Hi Bill
Thanks for the reply.

Yeah it won't be big news agencies, but like some sites that feature news.

What I am looking to do is create a sports news site and feed in a few feeds from various sites (non big sites). Basically sort of like fan sites.

teaperson

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Msg#: 3633616 posted 2:10 pm on Apr 25, 2008 (gmt 0)

Linking is part of the fundamental nature of the web (it's what makes the web a web). So how does it hurt you to provide a link to the web site that has paid a writer and editor to produce the news? You're probably concerned about users leaving your site to read the full article -- but they will anyway, even if you don't provide a link.

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