ACI simplifies blog licensing and distribution.

 

Distributors

Get a consolidated feed of high quality and copyright cleared blog content tailored to your needs

Bloggers & Publishers

Reach a wide audience of professionals and uncover a new earning potential for your blog articles

What can ACI do for you?

 

 

ACADEMIC

Distributors

Find, cite, share, and follow blog articles from credentialed scholars in your field of study

Librarians

Bring ACI’s scholarly blog discovery service and research workflow tools to your campus

Blog Authors

Share your research and scholarship with a global community of researchers

 

 

COMMERCIAL

Customers

Leverage our enriched blog metadata to conduct corporate and government research

Distributors

Licensing for tens of thousands of copyright-compliant blogs through ACI’s trusted platform

Publishers and Bloggers

Expand your content’s reach to a global audience for enhanced visibility & exponential growth

Featuring blogs from

|

“In today’s media world, audiences are highly fragmented and spread out across digital channels.

Modern media businesses have to continually adapt to put their content in front of audiences, and find new ways to leverage social, subject matter expertise and syndication.

Digital Journal has syndicated its content with Newstex for years as a way to get in front of new readers and monetize an audience that might otherwise be out of reach.”

– Chris Hogg
CEO, Digital Journal

Selections from the ACI Blog

Huntingdon College Library and Its Innovative Director

Library innovation is not only the realm of large research libraries.  Frequently, innovation and early adopters come from small liberal arts colleges who have the interests of their undergraduates front and center.  Eric A. Kidwell, the Library Director of Huntingdon...

Blogs and the Scholarly Record

Are blogs an extension of academic research?  Can blogs be an adjunct to the traditional publication process? Is there a continuum of scholarly commentary through blogs after more formal research articles are published, or a predecessor. The answer appears to be yes....