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Publisher Network: Missing Headline Report
There are a number of common reasons why you may not see your headline.
Use the search box on the NewsNow homepage to see if your headline appears on NewsNow. If it does not, please check:
If your headline does appear on NewsNow but not in a relevant feed:
Please be aware that you cannot expect your articles to appear in any particular newsfeed on NewsNow.co.uk, because each article is individually and automatically filed into the appropriate newsfeed(s) according to its subject matter and the categorisation of the source which published it.
This may mean an article might appear in many newsfeeds, in one newsfeed or, on occasion, in no newsfeeds at all. Our newsfeed specifications, which are subject to change without notice, may prescribe the inclusion of all articles from specific sources, or all articles from sources with specific categorisation, or all articles mentioning specific keywords or phrases (in conjunction, or in the first so-many paragraphs of the article text) or some combination of these factors.
Maximise your articles' exposure
To maximise the exposure your articles receive on NewsNow, our systems need to be able to read the text of each article you publish. To ensure they can properly identify where on the webpage the article begins and ends, please edit your website templates as follows:
If you don't or can't do this, don't worry, our systems will still read your headlines. But as headlines don't tell the whole story, be aware the number of feeds into which we'll be able to file your articles will be reduced.
If after following the above advice you still believe your headline should have been scanned and filed into a relevant feed, please click here to submit your missing headline report.
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