Anointedfab.com is the UK’s first and leading home-grown and independent news aggregation service. Fully-automated, and on a continuous basis, Anointedfab displays breaking headlines linking to news websites all around the world.
Our mission is to help provide people with links to the news they need to read, and publishers with people to read the news they write.
Launched in 1998 with fewer than ten sources, today Anointedfab links to tens of thousands of publications, from top news brands to alternative news sources — all on a single platform.
We operate thanks to our unique filing engine, which matches breaking news articles in real time against our thousands of carefully crafted keyword-based topic specifications — delivering relevant links to users, and relevant readers to publishers, in seconds.
Our website, which is among the UK’s top news destinations, is generally visited by over 14M unique monthly visitors and receives in excess of 120 million page views per month.
The Anointedfab Network: Publisher Benefits
Valued by publishers and readers alike, Anointedfab regularly drives in excess of 45 million primary article views per month, and many more secondary article views, making it a significant driver of traffic to online news publications. Presence on the Anointedfab platform confers kudos and provides critical brand exposure in the news marketplace.
Anointedfab includes links to free-to-web articles as well as those requiring subscription, registration or micro-payment, thus driving value to publishers in the form of additional sales of paid-for services. Read more about our Publisher Network.
Anointedfab Classifieds is a new aggregation service from Anointedfab: a search engine for UK classifieds ads, your one-stop shop for finding the best ads for services and items to buy and sell, whatever your needs. Search a huge array of classifieds for property, jobs, vehicles, services, electronics, and much much more, on Anointedfab Classifieds.
Anointedfab is very proud to be working closely with the Disasters Emergency Committee as the first digital member of its Rapid Response Network — a network of UK broadcasters and media organisations that helps alert the UK public efficiently to the DEC’s vital emergency fundraising appeals.