Established in 1974 and based in the Kansas City area, Family Features is an editorial syndicate providing FREE quality content for the media. Thousands of print and online editors use our content to supplement their publications and websites—saving time, money and building readership. More…
Simply register (it’s free and takes just a minute) and you’re ready to search, download and use our content for print and/or online publication. We work with nationally-recognized companies and associations that provide tips, articles and photos for our editorial team to create attractive, solutions-oriented content for you.
Yes…it’s free with absolutely no obligation. We do ask that you retain branding or attribution of the sponsor, include the Family Features byline and if possible, send or upload your print tear sheets or online placements so we can track usage and keep our service free to use.
We have a variety of content in food, lifestyle and home & garden categories written to AP standards. You’ll find formatted and unformatted full-page features, spreads and round ups, shorter articles, infographics, listicles, online widgets and video content in a number of formats.
Yes! You may publish content as is—or edit it to meet your needs. Please retain brand references whenever possible, give credit to the sponsor and provide us with a tear sheet or online placement. Should you choose to edit an article, please include some form of attribution to the sponsor. For example, you could include, "recipes courtesy of Nestlé Toll House Morsels," or "visit VeryBestBaking.com for more recipe ideas."
We encourage you to localize content by adding local sources, photos and information. Consider these tips:
There are several ways to quickly and easily find what you are looking for on our site:
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There are 4 simple ways to return tear sheets and online placements to us. Watch this tutorial video, or see below for step-by-step instructions.