How Pressat Works
Pressat takes the legwork out of public relations campaigns. We distribute your news to highly targeted media outlets across various channels throughout the UK.
We don't waste your time. We provide a simple yet powerful platform so you can quickly publish your news in just three simple steps.
Take a look at each step below for more details on how Pressat actually works.
To get started simply create a free account. This will allow access to your own dashboard where your company profiles and contacts can be managed, newsrooms can be customised and press releases can be built and published.
Our simple, yet powerful interface allows you to build your press release step by step so whether you wish to publish instantly or save distribution for a later date, our system makes the process easy.
Each release can be enhanced with a range of "add-ons", such as embeddable videos, anchor links, images and other attachments all aimed at increasing a visitor's interaction with your story.
With Pressat your news is sent to where it matters most. Each press release is individually assessed by a member of our editorial team who will then hand pick the most relevant and targeted media outlets for your news.
It doesn't matter whether you're looking to gain local, regional or national publicity for your business, our distribution team has a wealth of experience gaining coverage within all manners of online media, business sectors and channels.
With Pressat your news is not only distributed through traditional formats, we are experts at gaining online coverage with influential bloggers and targeted news sites. Our site is also regularly crawled by major news aggregators meaning your release will automatically be syndicated across a whole host of news sites across the UK.
We also spread your news through prominent social media platforms. This allows your content to be shared across the internet and become viral, attracting thousands of customers from across the globe.
Your published releases are also visible within your own social media newsroom.