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Newsnow, for those who are unfamiliar, can be an excellent source of articles re. property, or just about anything. Anyhow, most Thursdays it`s best avoided given that the Belfast Telegraph splurges its feed on there with useless articles re. one period property nicely decorated etc. Now this evening the banker, who have never before had a feed on the uk property section, has absolutely dominated the space leaving very little room for any up and coming site to stand out from the crowd..bastards :angry:

I`m not one for conspiracy theories..however...

http://www.newsnow.co.uk/newsfeed/?name=Property+%28UK%29

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handy site, thanks for the headsup.

The Banker is part of the FT. And I guess spamming the newswires is a lazy way to get maximum coverage.

Yes spamming is the right description, however, what tends to happen is that the most popular articles in terms of click through stay on for longer esp. in the top stories section on the right hand side. If these splurges continue to happen then a. more niche sites will give up and b. they won`t be noticed anyhow leading to giving up. Not good :( Newsnow is a massive opportunity for the little guy to get voiced, when accepted, as a credible news feed in a certain sector :angry: :(

For example:

http://firstrung.co.uk/articles.asp?pageid...=941&cat=44-0-0

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