ShoutAbout features relevant links beneath news articles
to learn more, volunteer, advocate, and donate.
Try out ShoutAbout.
Partner news sites place ShoutAbout after their articles to show readers how to learn more and take action.
Readers can vote links up or down to shape what is featured at the top.
Once logged in, readers can always click through to their profile and track their real-time impact.
If a link is unrelated or inappropriate, readers can help by flagging it for review.
While most links are added by the not-for-profit organizations using ShoutAbout.org, readers can also add relevant links.
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THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR / CITY LIMITS / HARVARD INTERNATIONAL REVIEW / PBS NEWSHOUR
Not-for-profit organizations use ShoutAbout to educate and mobilize readers at the end of relevant articles.
News sites use ShoutAbout to generate new revenue, improve the reader experience, and track reader engagement with stories.
"ShoutAbout is a cutting-edge way for us to offer strong value to our readers and sponsors."
-Abe McLaughlin, The Christian Science Monitor
Nonprofits: Sign up at ShoutAbout.org for a free account to promote your links to learn more or take action.
News sites: Your readers have the final say: they can vote links up or down, and suggest other links.
Nonprofits: ShoutAbout is quick to set up and simple to use. We send you alerts on new articles that match keywords you choose so you can get the word out about your work fast.
Nonprofits: Feature your blog posts, videos, and donate links first. Upgrade to create campaigns that automatically show up after related news. Begin by creating your account.
News sites: Improve social impact and your bottom line. Upgrade in order to contextually integrate advertiser links into ShoutAbout. Add branding from sponsors and automatically promote your own links. Start by signing up now.