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Content Licensing
Our award-winning live market commentary and analysis helps create loyal users for our partners. Find a content package that’s right for your clients.
 
Online Brokers

Our content not only helps keep Online Brokers’ clients informed, it increases trade frequency and improves client retention. Advertising on Briefing.com brings online brokers’ message to a large audience of active investors who are extremely likely to trade online.


Financial Portals

Our content creates millions of page views, generates ad revenue, creates loyal users, and attracts new users to our Financial Portal partners every day.

Financial Media Companies

As a distribution partner, we add a trusted content source to our partners’ service offerings and generate revenues through increased license fees. Our published content consistently generates millions of page views along with the resulting revenues for them.

Redistribution
We provide preferred firms with the ability to re-license our content, enabling them to add a trusted content source to their service offerings, create millions of page views, and generate significant revenues through increased license fees.





CONTACT US
 
David Beasley
Senior Vice President
Business Development
dbeasley@briefing.com
800-752-3013 x132
650-347-2223 (fax)

Our Content Licensing Partners
 
Advisors Asset
Baker Group
BetterTrades.com
Bloomberg
BMO InvestorLine
BondDesk Group
Charles Schwab
Citi
E*TRADE
Estimize
Fidelity
Firstrade
Hewitt Financial
HSBC Canada
Interactive Brokers
Jim Covington
KCG BondPoint
Morningstar
MSN Money
NASDAQ.com
optionsXpress
Questrade
Scottrade
TD Ameritrade
TradeKing
WSJ.com
Yahoo! Finance
YTB Global Capital Markets