Jacky Peile

What are some blogs and sites a new start-up should send press releases to?

It's very hard to get some coverage for new startups. If you are not Facebook/Twitter and Ron Conway isn't your investor you hardly can get TechCrunched. What are some other blogs a startup should address to get their story covered?

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HUNTER LEONARD

HUNTER LEONARD , FOUNDER AND CEO at BLUE FROG MARKETING PTY LTD

For a start this depends on your start-up's strategy and product area. I find source bottle a really good vehicle for responding to information requests that are specific to your company. I guess it all depends on your business. Have you written a marketing plan? Do you know your target audience.

There's no doubt that PR should come before marketing, but I find that unless you have a very targeted message to a targeted blogger or journalist and you have some news of interest to them, getting coverage is not easy.

I'd do some research yourself on which bloggers and journalists are writing regularly in your space, or who are specifically reaching your target audience and then survey them on what they are interested in, before then creating a series of articles, blogs or releases on the specific areas of interest. hope this helps hunter

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Chloe Constantinides

Chloe Constantinides , Co-Founder | Creative Director at Dapper Apps

If you don't have an established brand or a high profile investor as you've mentioned, it can be hard to get PR. Start with smaller local publications and work your way up. Once one place has published your story, you generally can get a nice flow-on effect from there.

I agree with checking out sites like HARO or also SourceBottle - let the journos come to you and get your brand/company out there as much as possible.

Check out sites like:

www.startupnews.com.au

www.startupsmart.com.au

www.startupdaily.net

www.startupaus.org

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Jef Lippiatt

Jef Lippiatt , Owner at Startup Chucktown

Please consider looking at these:

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