Q. How do I submit a press release and related images to the Serious Play Wire?
A. All releases need to be submitted as a Microsoft Word document attachment or as a PDF file. Images should be sent as JPG or GIF files — no larger than 300 pixels wide and 72 ppi. Please send only one release per email.
Questions about release or image submission should be directed to email@example.com
Q. How often is SeriousPlayWire distributed?
A. Initially, we’ll offer a monthly newsletter, then move to bi-weekly and then weekly as our membership grows.
Q. How do I get/subscribe to Serious Play Wire?
A. Go to the Subscribe section of the SeriousPlayWire. Subscription is free.
Q. How do I get my press release close to the top of the general news section on page 1?
A. Like every news publication, we make choices about reader interest. Sometimes a release will not be at the top of the Industry News section, but No. 1 in the specific market category track.
Q. I want to have my release in the (govt/military, healthcare, corporate etc.) section.
A. The headline and first 3 paragraphs of a release run in the Industry News section initially as well as the specific market section where they will be archived. Fill in the subcategory/market section you most value in the submission form.
Q. Are press releases archived?
A. Yes, our entire archive of releases is searchable by words you might be looking for.
Q. Why did my press release not run?
A. When a press release is received at firstname.lastname@example.org, the submitter will receive a confirmation e-mail. If you believe a release was submitted but did not run, then contact Kyle Taylor: email@example.com.
Q. What if I discover my press release contains an error and needs correction?
A. If a mistake is made by the SeriousPlayWire staff, we will rerun the release in the next edition. If the mistake was made by the press release submitter, we will not rerun the release, but will attempt to fix the mistake as posted on our site at our earliest convenience. Contact Kyle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. How do I ensure that URLs and email addresses in my release will be linked for clicking? How do I embed a link into a word or phrase for clicking?
A. For the most part, URLs and email addresses are automatically linked by our servers so nothing special is needed from your end. However, when embedding links, specific HTML code must be implemented. Please use www. in front of your url.