Stockopedia’s broad distribution and readership offers an unprecedented opportunity for bloggers and investment writers have their articles find a very wide audience.
When creating a new article on the site, you can tick the option stating 'Submit as an Article to the Editors for Syndication'. Our editorial staff will review the content to see that it's consistent with ourArticle Publishing Guidelines, categorise it and promote it to 'article' status. Alternatively, if you are a professional financial publisher and would like to deliver your content to us via xml or rss, contact our team via Green Support Messenger on the site and we’ll help take the burden off your hands.
Once published on Stockopedia, the article will be featured on the front page and syndicated far more broadly to our distribution partners and social media network. Prestigious sites syndicating our content include Bloomberg, Newsnow, Yahoo Finance and Google News. Our 15,000 Twitter followers will also be notified that your article has been published. As your readership expands and you'll have the chance to grow a following interested in being notified of your future publications .
We also offer Content Awards in recognition of the best content published on Stockopedia and badges for contributor websites.
In recognition of excellence, any article that reaches certain milestones based on the number of community reads, comments or likes receives Gold, Silver or Bronze awards according to the scales indicated below.
Awards are shown both on the author's profile and on the article or piece of content in question.
Bronze Hot Reads are articles with a minimum of 1,000 views.
Silver Hot Reads are articles with a minimum of 2,000 views.
Gold Hot Reads are articles with a minimum of 3,000 views.
Bronze Great Debate are articles or threads with a minimum of 5 comments (by at least 4 users other than the Author)
Silver Great Debate are articles or threads with a minimum of 15 comments.
Gold Great Debate are articles or threads with a minimum of 25 comments.
Bronze Top Content are articles or threads with a minimum of 10 likes / thumbs (net).
Silver Top Content are articles or threads with a minimum of 15 likes / thumbs.
Gold Top Content are articles or threads with a minimum of 20 likes / thumbs.
Amongst our top contributors are professional research companies, brokers, educators and many extremely proactive private investors. There are many reasons why they contribute to Stockopedia: