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Journal Licensing

International content dissemination

The Allen Press Journal Licensing Management Program offers scholarly publishers a unique opportunity to increase content dissemination, article usage and revenues with minimal up-front investment.

Join forces with other publishers to maximize negotiating power with independent content aggregators. When you partner with Allen Press, we’ll ensure that your content receives the widest distribution and the highest possible royalty while minimizing cannibalization of current subscription revenues.

MINIMAL RISK

There is minimal up-front investment to participate in our program. We retain a modest commission and the aggregators who distribute your content retain a royalty based on sales or usage in return for their services.

CONVENIENCE

We have developed relationships with key aggregators such as Ebsco, Gale/Cengage and ProQuest. We can quickly evaluate your content and make recommendations for inclusion in the various aggregations or regions.

INTERNATIONAL VISIBILITY & ACCESSIBILITY

Our Journal Licensing Management program ensures that journals have a highly visible electronic presence, making the content discoverable, searchable and citable. Easy access brings your content to the attention of researchers, students and faculty from around the world. 

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