Innovative company offers free editorial features
What does Madonna and the latest television news have in common – well, they are just two topics journalists can find by using an innovative media service.
[USPRwire, Sat Jan 07 2012] What does Madonna and the latest television news have in common – well, they are just two topics journalists can find by using an innovative media service.
Free Features is a unique business aimed at providing the UK’s press – in-print and online- with a host of free editorial ranging from travel and television features to film reviews, book reviews, crosswords, food and recipe features, gardening hints, lifestyle editorial, fashion pieces and tips, compilations and interviews.
Top features this week include a range of topics as diverse as the Madonna’s first foray into directing, to the return of the always talked about Cowboy Builders to Channel 5.
Janet Kelly, from Free Features, said: “All our editorial content is provided for free publication on the basis that our sponsors’ brand panels are used within the feature pages.
“A team of highly experienced feature writers provide editorially independent content for use by publishers based in the UK.”
She said the service can provide bespoke articles, topical pieces, film reviews, celebrity interviews, travel supplements, gardening spreads, editorial pictures, music reviews, crosswords, free puzzles, free competitions or even the services of a humour columnist.
The service is growing in popularity week by week with thousands of users, including some of the top national newspapers and publications taking advantage of the services.
Janet added: “We want to hear from as many bona fide journalists working on regional weekly newspapers and regional daily newspapers, specialist or regional magazines, web content providers, web managers, online editorial publishers – and more. “
And there’s something for the business sector too with Free Features For Business for the UK's business, specialist and trade press, including business websites, with free editorial articles on a range of business subjects.
You can find out more about the service by e-mailing email@example.com, or visiting www.freefeatures.co.uk. Information on business features can be found at www.freefeaturesforbusiness.co.uk.