Pressburst is an online communications platform for publicising news, jobs and events. Pressburst is now used by over 500 independent schools to compose news stories, list job vacancies or highlight forthcoming events.
With Pressburst, you only need to upload your content once - you can then publish it to a growing number of exclusive channels, as well as directly to your own website, Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Pressburst radically simplifies the process of creating, publishing and promoting news stories to the media. As well as guiding you through the composition of the story, Pressburst simplifies social media, enabling you to post directly to your Twitter and Facebook accounts, as well as creating a professional press release.
Pressburst makes listing and managing job vacancies easy. You can quickly and easily upload all the information, choosing when to start promoting the job. The vacancy is listed on a number of exclusive Channel Partner job portals relevant to your organisation, and can also be integrated into your own website.
Pressburst helps you to gain as much publicity as possible for your forthcoming events. Add dates and events information fast and choose when to start promoting them. With integrated social media promotion, as well as via our exclusive Channel Partners, events gain maximum exposure.
New features coming Autumn 2019
Pressburst makes online publishing and communications easy - upload once and distribute your content with ease. Put the power of Pressburst to work on your own website by integrating news, jobs and events content.
Publish to your website
Connect Pressburst to your website and power your own news, jobs or events section, saving you the hassle of uploading content twice. Easily embed Pressburst content or ask your web developers to use our comprehensive API.
Send press releases
Give journalists what they need with a professionally formatted press release containing your story and a covering message. Send messages with ease, whilst simultaneously publishing the story to other channels.
When you publish your news story, job vacancy or event information, it is instantly made available to a growing number of exclusive Channel Partners relevant to your organisation and sector, enabling you to maximise exposure.
Work with colleagues to create stories together, with multiple user accounts per organisation and different permissions for editors and contributors. Marketing, HR and Administration staff can all use Pressburst at no extra charge.
Tweet from one place
You don't need to login to Twitter to tweet your news, job vacancy or event - with just one click, you can send a photo and headline directly from your own Twitter account. Or post your story directly to Facebook - it's all just a click away.
Upload once and distribute
Pressburst saves you time as you only need to upload your content once before making it available to our Channel Partners. Pressburst is easy to use, has comprehensive online help and includes free technical support.
Pressburst costs from just £240 + VAT per annum...
- News, jobs and events management
- £20 / month
- £240 + VAT per annum
(Schools who are in membership of IAPS and GSA may use Pressburst free-of-charge to post jobs which will be included on the IAPS and/or GSA Jobs portal only, as appropriate – this is to preserve the existing benefits of membership of these Associations. Jobs submitted on the Free plan do not appear on any other job portals and no other features of Pressburst are available unless using the Essential or Professional plans.)
Training courses from Attain
Building on the success and feedback from Pressburst Live, we are delighted to announce two dedicated training courses to help schools enhance their press and communications.
Media & Communications Training – Part 1
The first course, to take place on Wednesday 9th October, will focus on placing news in the local media, specialist magazines and online. It will cover all the essential ingredients of good quality news stories and help attendees to develop the skills to write effective copy and provide journalists with the information they require, ensuring schools maximise their chances of gaining good press coverage.
Media & Communications Training – Part 2
The second course, to take place on Tuesday 4th February, is for those who want to develop their skills further. The course will focus on how to place content in the national media, the development of media strategies and how to become a trusted source for comment and opinion.
Both courses will be led by Matthew Smith, Editor of Attain and Rachel Kerr, Communications Manager, Girls' Schools Association and take place at Oxford Town Hall. Delegates will receive practical, hands-on training and leave equipped with all the necessary skills to improve their school communications.
To find out more, download the course programme.
Each course costs just £99 per person (£79 for Part 2 if also booking Part 1) including a buffet lunch and all refreshments. To book, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place. As places are strictly limited, early booking is strongly recommended.