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Syndicated Blogs on AUTHORSdb

We've had an overwhelming request for hosting blog posts, and we are happy to announce our new Syndicated Author Blog section on

HOW IT WORKS: When we approve your blog, we add your feed link from your blog.  When you post on your website/blog, we auto-feed in a portion of your blog post using RSS technology with a direct link back to the full blog post on your site.

1. Featured on the front page of
2. Listed in our VIP Blogger List
3. Blog posts posted in our new Syndicated Author Blog section
4. Social media marketed on our channels 
5. Ability to add in your copyright details to auto-post
6. And it's free

WHAT'S THE BENEFIT: When your blog post is approved, and it goes live, our social media marketing strategy kicks in, and your blog post is distributed to over 460,000+ viewers on our many social media channels.  Not to mention listed in the above sections on our website taking full advantage of our high traffic—adding exposure to your blog and its message. The more great blog posts that you post on your site, the more exposure you receive.

Enjoy syndication on AUTHORSdb!

To add your blog to our new Syndicated Author Blog section directly email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the subject line VIP BLOGGER.  We'll assess your blog, and if approved you will receive notification that your blog feed is approved and live.

NOTE: Your settings on your blog controls how much words/images we are able to import, however there must be a minimum of 100 words selected.   Check your RSS/feed settings to control what we share.  You must have a minimum of five recent quality blog posts to qualify.

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