The Right Way To Put Together a Media Page For Your Website

When you want to make it easy for journalists to write about you, a media page is a huge asset.

Also referred to as a press page, your media page is a central hub on your website that helps a reporter, producer or blogger put together a story on your business.

But we often see cluttered pages that don’t contain the information a journalist would need to write about you — or, worse yet, pages that could actively turn off a reporter!

That’s why we put together this easy guide to show you the right way to put together a media page for your website.

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