JournoLink2018-09-25T16:20:58+00:00

Project Description

Need an affordable, PR solution tailored to suit your small business? Need a press release distribution service?

Well, JournoLink is a PR toolkit which helps you get media coverage. Whether you want to promote your product launch, announce your crowd funding campaign or comment on the latest industry stats, JournoLink gives you the tools to do so.

Try JournoLink with a 20% discount
Price

It works as a subscription service – you can either pay £25 per month or £200 per year (although Transmit has secured a 20% discount) – and it gives you access to a directory of journalists (regional, national and broadcast) who you can send your press release to. There are nearly 6000 journalists all tagged by industry and location so the right people are hearing your news.

Standard - Monthly

£25/ Month
  • Premium Directory Listing
  • Complete Access to PR Toolkit
  • Events & Awards Calendar
  • Enhanced Press Release Writing
  • Unlimited* Press Release Distribution
  • Discounted Professional Services

Premium - Annual

£200/ Year
  • Premium Directory Listing
  • Complete Access to PR Toolkit
  • Events & Awards Calendar
  • Enhanced Press Release Writing
  • Unlimited* Press Release Distribution
  • Discounted Professional Services
Features

While we appreciate the importance of PR professionals and use them at Transmit from time to time, we also know that micro businesses can’t always afford their fees. Using Journolink provides a cheaper alternative for your company.

Other features include:

  • Editorial Requests sent via email allow journalists looking for specific quotes or comment to contact targeted businesses
  • PR top tips and Knowledge Centre offering in-depth articles on writing a press release, using social media, the basics of SEO and more
  • A Media Room, filled with all previously distributed press releases, can be directly linked to business website as widget or plug-in
Top Tips

As with most platforms and online tools, the amount of effort you put in is directly related to the benefit you get from it. Having a database of journalists is great but we suggest that, in the same way that a PR company does, you spend time getting to know the journalists that are relevant to you (specialism, sector, geography etc) and don’t just adopt the ‘shotgun approach’.

We also suggest learning how to structure a good press release – Journolink provides you with advice on how to do that – because a badly written press release is guaranteed to get your business little coverage, or no coverage at all.

Try JournoLink with a 20% discount