More ways to reach and connect with your audiences
Get the most out of your content by making sure you are reaching and connecting with your most influential audiences across multiple platforms.
With online and social media continuing to influence how online news is created, distributed and consumed, your release is no longer just for journalists; but also for your consumers, new audience opportunities, stakeholders, donors, competitors and more.
Make sure your content is seen by the right people, at the right time, across the right platforms.
Posting to Social Media
Share your content across one of 14 Medianet Twitter handles and target key social media influencers.
Sharing Your Release
Posting your release to social media allows your content to be shared and consumed across existing, new and influential audiences.
In one click via the Medianet Distribution portal, you have access to key social media influencers.
Medianet News Hub is Australia's community of media releases, company news and branded content accessible to anyone who visits the Medianet website.
Gain Online Visibility
Boost your SEO efforts, online visibility and chances of being found by publishing your release on the Medianet News Hub. View all the published content via Medianet here.
Once you have selected Social Media Distribution, you are able to create your tweet and include your Twitter handle and hashtags of your preference. Medianet automatically adds a link to your release next to your Tweet and make it public on Medianet's Twitter account immediately after your confirm.
You just have to select a subject category for your release to be displayed on with 14 categories for you to choose from.
To publish your news release, login to your portal and start creating your release as usual. In six easy steps, you can select the online platforms and influential media contacts to meet your communication goals.
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