You’ve probably run into websites that gather content on a single page from a variety of blogs and sites around the internet. Content aggregators, as we call them, keep on earning recognition among publishers and consumers, since they provide a win-win solution for all parties. To get content for the aggregator, the website owner doesn’t have to pay publishers. Usually the only costs of running an aggregator are for technology. Content aggregators give publishers the opportunity to reach a larger audience. And users can find anything they want from a variety of providers on a single website. So how can you break into the content aggregation market? In this article, we’ll talk about great examples of content aggregators and provide some insights on how to craft your own content aggregator platform. But first let’s answer the question: What is an aggregator?
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