Editorial Guidelines For PR Submission
Each individual press release is moderated by our editorial team before inclusion on the Pressat website and distribution via third parties. This helps authenticate and ensure content is newsworthy, acceptable, accurate and is correctly formatted.
- All press releases must be newsworthy. Pressat is not an article directory or a content hub. We only accept genuine quality content, which is newsworthy such as a company event, expansion, company news, organisational milestone, annual profits, competitions etc.
- All press releases must be accurate and not contain any slanderous comments or references to current legal cases or aimed to harm any other persons, individuals or groups.
- All press releases must contain valid contact information.
- All press releases must have a minimum word length of 300 words and maximum word length of 1500.
- All press releases must be free of spelling mistakes, and grammatical errors. It is not the responsibility of the editorial team to proof read and edit your content. Submissions will be rejected if grammatical errors are present.
- Press releases cannot contain (X)HTML formatting. The only formatting allowed are back links, bold text and clickable email addresses. These are added using custom tags.
- Remember, a news worthy press release informs the media and the general public about an interesting topic. If your press release reads like an advertisement, it will be rejected until it is appropriately modified.
- We do not accept duplicate press releases, which have already been submitted to other websites. This is strictly enforced and at the discretion of the editorial team.
- Our press packages only allow the following file types: jpeg, jpg, png, pdf, .doc, xls.
- All press releases must be written in third person. Any references to "I," "we," "us," "you," "your," etc should only be contained in quotes.
- The Press release body must have a logical structure e.g. summary, main content, closing comment and editor comment.
Pressat reserves the right to reject, modify and delete any content that, in its sole discretion, is deemed to be offensive, racist, inflammatory, sexually explicit or that promotes violence/ terrorism.