NewsMaker is one of Australia's most successful Press Release Distribution companies. We've been providing Press Release Services since 2005 and we have a great track record with online and mainstream Media Coverage.

We make it very easy to choose a Media List that is tailored to each Press Release.  Also, you don't need to pay any hefty upfront fees - the system is flexible and easy to use. We can even help you build a list that's right for your press release. Here's how it works - you can also view the full user guide at the foot of the page.


 1. Press Release Template


2. Check your Press Release Links, Proofread


3. We send press releases to your selected Media List and publish your press release online

Your press release will be emailed to your selected media outlets and individual journalists. The NewsMaker system guides you through the process:


You can edit the media outlets and save your lists for future use and editing.

A NewsMaker editor will review to ensure the release complies with our content and media distribution guidelines.

The more you use NewsMaker, the more time you save, because you can use pre-saved media lists, media contacts and online newsrooms.

Next:


4. What happens to your media release

When you have completed these steps and PayPal has verified your credit card payment, the NewsMaker engine takes over:

Important: Review NewsMaker’s Terms & Conditions before submitting a press release. NewsMaker reserves the right to refuse to publish a release for any reason. 


5. How to write a Press Release

Writing a press release suited to search engines and social media is vital to online success.  The web and all its communities can take your content to a whole new level – and a whole new audience of potential customers.


These are the new tactics for “social media releases”:


6. Press release keywords

NewsMaker's innovative system maximises the benefits of keyword search. Media release headlines are displayed on our homepage for 1 or more days. We store your media releases in a highly searchable database so they can be found and listed (indexed) by news aggregation crawlers. This increases the reach of your message to a global audience, as well as to journalists and editors who visit the website or receive news alerts direct to their desktops.

 


7. How to develop a Boilerplate Company Profile

To ensure you don’t miss critical aspects about your organisation, develop a boilerplate. This is a mini corporate profile that you include at the end of every press release. It usually tells: the organisation’s core values, when and why it was founded, whom it represents, regions of operation, website address. This should be approximately 100-200 words in length.

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