Manual available, and yes – you can see the content of media lists.

We have written a small manual for those of you who like instructions. I recommend you to bookmark it and keep it digital rather than printing it, because there are hyperlinks within the document. With the help of the links you can move back and forth, and from the Table of Content to specific pages and back. On the other hand, it has only 15 pages, so if you like print outs, go ahead!

View publications in your media list

Some players in the market compile media lists according to topics, for example Technology.  And the customer does not know which publications are included. B2B PRESS is transparent. When you create your media list you can view the publications included in your media list. Go to the Industry selection window and click on the tiny arrow before the category name. (My Desk -> Create/Edit media list -> Continue)


In front of the publication name the country flags indicate in which countries the magazine is issued. The letter code after the name shows its languages. Move your mouse over the name and you will see a pop up window with information about circulation, if available.

You can open your media list also in the scheduling view, but you must start from My Desk to edit it.

VAT number requires country code

Please make sure to include the country code in your VAT number when registering. You’ll find more information about VAT numbers in Wikipedia.

B2B PRESS is public in Beta

2013-07-05 The press release self-service B2B PRESS is public in Beta mode since June. We expect this phase of the service to last until late August 2013.

What does Beta mean for me?

Beta means only that we have too little experience of using the service to be 100% sure that it works as expected. We have tested and fixed bugs, but still, you may come across something that doesn’t function the way you would like it to. Then it is either a bug or a feature. Please give us feedback about it!

You can use B2B PRESS to distribute press releases world-wide. Select media outlets from one or several countries, and one or many industry sectors. Prepare your press release with formatting and pictures. Make sure to create all needed language versions of both the text and the picture captions. Your media list will indicate which are needed.

How can I make sure that my press release reaches the media outlets?

The B2B PRESS team monitors the email traffic every Monday-Friday. Bounced emails are investigated. Most media outlets have several contact addresses. Your press release will be manually resent by the team if it seems that it did not reach the intended publication.

What will we develop next?

Currently the interface language is English. Before September 2013 we will add Swedish and Finnish for the benefit of our Nordic customers.

Yours truly,
Community host