Investors Business Daily costs $5 for one story. For instance, if someone writes: “Google and Facebook may not be ‘search engines,’ but they are both driving more traffic to their websites than they ever have.” The cost is $5, plus $5 for printing costs.
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Investors Business Daily also has content that is priced differently from the rest:
For instance, our free news and information section contains the most-watched stories of our competitors while ours comes out in between two and three times less.
To see what our competitors charge to show articles, search for Investing.com (also known as Investing.com News) on the Newsstand or search for Investing Daily on any search engine. We’ve got the top news stories for over 90 business titles. To see all articles, click here.
Can I find more than one of my business news sites on the same page?
Yes. Investors Business Daily has multiple categories in its “Investing” section: Business Insiders, Business News, Business Tech and Business Media.
In addition to those two categories, we also include Investing.com News, which contains the most-watched stories of the three business types, and Investing-Net, a section for the biggest companies in each category. (For instance, Forbes does not have an Investing.com News section.)
If a company’s name appears in the “Investing” section, you can always easily find it on Investing.com News, as long as you know the name of the company.
Some of my competitors, such as Reuters, have both. How do I find them?
Most of the big “search engine news sites” — including Reuters, Business Insider, and Entrepreneur.com — show articles that you can find on Investing.com News. And you’ll find some of them as long as you’re inside Investing.com News.
Read the headline and articles’ content, and click on the blue link in the top-right corner.
For more about where to find your competitors’ news sites, see the Resources section.
Can I put links to my competitors’ articles in the articles inside of Investing.com?
No, they must be placed within the articles. That is, the articles’ titles must be in quotes or in italics, the article
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