We know your Chorus site isn’t the only star in your digital universe. You might occasionally want to feature content from other sites, like a news partner, event platform, or merch store. Or, you might be part of a network, with content to highlight from your sister sites. There are a few ways to place content from another domain on your home or hubpages.
With either method, if you are linking to another Chorus site, that site’s logo and name will appear above your posts. For Vox Media networks on Chorus, creating a link post to a New York Magazine story on Clay will also display the relevant logo and site name.
Your organization has the option to set up links to other Chorus sites to display differently. Depending on your URL structure, you may want to primarily rely on creating link posts rather than using the "URL from any hub" option.
Create a link post
Content from anywhere on the web can flow into your site seamlessly with a link post. You can customize the headline, dek, and lead art for your audiences. (Remember to update the byline, too.) When a reader clicks the link, they’ll be taken to the URL you selected.
URL from any hub
If you want to link to a story on another Chorus site, another option is to use the URL from any hub option in the layout tool. This can be a bit faster than creating a link post, but gives you less control: The story will appear exactly as it does on the other site.