Sat, Oct 18, 2014
Get A Customized ANN News Portal For YOUR Website!
Of the many features we've debuted over the years, we're particularly proud of ANN's News Portal Syndication Program. ANN's stories are read throughout the planet by hundreds of thousands of flyers the world over... but here's a way for you to use ANN to help punch up YOUR website AND keep flyers informed in REALTIME of all the news that's fit to fly.
With the introduction of ANN's REALTIME RSS news-feeds, as well as the Aero-NewsBug, in recent months, we have taken the wraps off a fast and reliable syndication solution that will allow YOU to display Aero-News Network REALTIME headlines and news summaries on any approved website.
With a few minutes of your time, and a quick cut and paste (of our supplied code) into the proper area of your website (basic HTML knowledge recommended), you can publish ANN's headlines and news summaries on your site and help your readers, friends and site members keep up to date on the very latest REALTIME Aero-News.
Two Custom Variations are available:
- For those with limited page/space options, we can provide a customized Headlines Only display with the ANN graphic on top. This smaller portal product offers each REALTIME headline linked to the specific ANN article on the current ANN website. For best result, we recommend that such a portal be installed in a left hand or right hand column within a two or three column layout website.
- A more comprehensive news solution allows you to syndicate both our headlines as well as our REALTIME News Summaries. ANN Headlines are displayed along with 'News-Teasers' in the allocated display area. Selecting either headline or the summary opens up the complete specific news item in a NEW page, leaving the launch page open and intact. This is a great solution for those who would like to use ANN News as a main content focal point for a news or other specialized information page. ALL News and Headlines are updated automatically as soon as the native REALTIME RSS Feed is renewed. This program is dynamic, immediate, and comprehensive!
The width of your custom display is dynamic (see the examples above), depending on the space allocated on the target website. The color scheme and the font sizes are also customizable by the user.
Aimed primarily at busy aviation-related sites that might benefit from a REALTIME news presence, this program has been in testing for a while now and the first approved sites will be selected carefully. Do not be disappointed if you're not approved right away, as we're going to be picky for a few weeks until we have some real-world feedback -- we tested this program VERY carefully but weird things happen when such programs get into the real world. ONLY approved sites are authorized to use ANN's News Portal Program and NO alterations, or unapproved uses of our code or other intellectual property is approved without specific written authorization.
Be advised that, in some special cases (for some of the more popular websites), ANN has devised a way to build a "Branded" ANN News Portal, complete with CUSTOM logos. If such a program interests you, contact ANN by clicking this link.
And yes... there's EVEN MORE to come... LOTS more.
Webmasters Need Only Follow These Five Easy Steps:
- Register with Name, e-mail address and web address.
- Get confirmation email of approval
- Customize the Layout
- Generate Code
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