Article Submissions

Do you have a North West news story that you’d like to shout about? Why not have a look at our options below for more details on how you can share a story with Huddled News.

 

1. Pay as you go – CLICK HERE to submit a one-off press release

£12 for a one-off press release

 

2. 5 for 3

Pay £36 for 3 press releases and get 5 in total, saving you £24 and getting 2 press releases for free

 

3. Yearly 

Pay £225 for 36 press releases to be used in 12 months, saving you £207 and getting 2 months for free

 

All subscription fees include VAT

 

Before you submit your story, please comply to the following guidelines:

 

  • Huddled News is not permitted to post press releases that are solely created for advertisement purposes. Ideally, the post should have a clear business news angle or be an opinion piece. 

  • The optimal word count for press releases should be between 250-500 words including quotes. Posts that are less than 250 words will not be published.

  • All press releases must include one link back to the company in question. 

  • All press releases must contain an image. Any press release that does not contain an image will not be published.

  • Please ensure all images are no less than 900 pixels in width and preferably landscape. Larger images are suffice but pictures that are less than 200KB will not be accepted. 

  • If your release passes our screening process, we will upload it within 1-3 working days. However, if the press release is about an upcoming event or it needs publishing on a certain date, contact the team and let them know.

 

Please note: The majority of press releases on Huddled News are written by outside parties. If you have any issues with the content that isn’t created by Huddled News, we advise you to contact the original source. 

 

To discuss PR packages or for general enquiries, contact Suzanne at suzanne.goddard@huddled.co.uk

 

Alternatively, you can call us on 0844 848 7000

 

* IMPORTANT NOTICE *

Failure to comply to these guidelines may result in your press release being rejected but you may still be charged.

 

 

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