Press Pages by Upbeat

Easy and automatically updated press pages for your company

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One of the biggest complaints we heard after working with thousands of reporters is that startups either don't have a press page ready or the pages are too outdated to be helpful. We know it's tough to prioritize the press page as a busy founder, so we made it easy to set up and maintain.

Key feature: automatically updates your press mentions!

Reviews

  • Esther DysonEDventure
    Pros: 

    It automates what needs automating, while leaving the natural-intelligence work to those who actually have NI!

    Cons: 

    It's not a "con," but disclosure: I'm an investor & former journalist; I love this team and the approach they're taking. totally biased! :)

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    Esther Dyson has never used this product.
  • Tony K. LaiCEO, Legal.io
    Pros: 

    This team is incredible. Their work speaks for itself and scales your impact at a fraction of the cost.

    Cons: 

    Early days for this particular feature.

    Will be incorporating this as part of our public pages. Have been incredibly satisfied with Upbeat's other products and services.

    Tony K. Lai has never used this product.

Discussion

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Ricky YeanMaker@rickyyean · CEO, UpbeatPR.com (formerly PRX.co)
Hi Product Hunt! 😻 We’re excited to share with you our simple yet powerful press page builder. One of the persistent problems makers have when it comes to building any of the external facing web pages is that they’re annoying to make and even more annoying to update. However, these external pages are important to the public, especially journalists, whose jobs demand that they work quickly with the latest and most accurate information. Having worked with thousands of journalists through our PR outreach service, we often hear them complain about startups not having their sh*t together in terms of having all necessary information easily accessible in one place…so we made this to help. Upbeat’s Press Pages are free and you can set one up in a few minutes. More importantly, once you set it up, we’ll notify you when your company gets in the news to automatically update your press page with the latest mentions. Let us know what you think and share it with a friend who might find it valuable. We’ll keep iterating based on your feedback. Talk to you in the comments.
Daniel Greenberg@15greenberg
@rickyyean we would love to work together at Aidem (https://Aidem.network)
Romain Lacombe@rlacombe · Founder & CEO, Plume Labs
@rickyyean fantastic idea and great execution, very helpful product, thank you!
Zach SwetzPro@swetzequity · BuiltinPitt.com
Nice! I've had great success with Ricky and team so look forward to checking these out.
Ricky YeanMaker@rickyyean · CEO, UpbeatPR.com (formerly PRX.co)
@swetzequity I always point to you as an example of why you don't need a ton of resources if you have a good story to be successful at PR. A lot of work ahead of us to make that a reality. Hope everything's going well with you!
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job ! Any Wordpress plugin to use this
Ricky YeanMaker@rickyyean · CEO, UpbeatPR.com (formerly PRX.co)
@ayush_chandra no plug-in yet but we support dropping yours into an iframe. Let me know if you need help with it.
David TranMaker@dtran320 · Co-Founder & CTO, Upbeat
@ayush_chandra Let me know if you have any issues if you decide to give this a shot! Any plugin that lets you embed an iframe should work: https://wordpress.org/plugins/if... Just shoot me an email at david@upbeatpr.com
Morgan@hellomorganlai · Investor at Foundation Capital
This looks very useful and easy to use. Excited to give it a try!
Tony Pham@tonypham · Mentor, 500 Startups
As someone who has led marketing at several startups, I can share from first-hand experience that the press page can quickly get stale from a lack of updates because there are so many other projects needing attention. (Full disclosure that I back this product from @Upbeat_PR as an angel but that doesn't make what I said any less true, hehe).
Ricky YeanMaker@rickyyean · CEO, UpbeatPR.com (formerly PRX.co)
@upbeat_pr @tonypham Yeah, these pages quickly get stale and it's not on anyone's priority list except the PR person trying to put the best foot forward for journalists. It's possible we don't need basic static web pages anymore. Each page can be outsourced to something with a network or a backend workflow: blog (Medium), support (Zendesk), jobs (AngelList), press (Upbeat).