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Product & News Publication on is pleased to offer complimentary product and news release publication for our global industrial automation, process control and instrumentation audience.  To ensure your product and news releases are published, please follow the release submission guidelines provided below. All product and news releases are archived in the Automation News section of this website. 

Additional Exposure: You can also add your new products to our Product Search with the purchase of a Company Portal.  Your new products will automatically be added to our Product Search where site visitors can search for products by keyword, product category, manufacturer, and release date.   Each of your new products will also include inquiry mechanisms with e-mail form, phone and web link.  To have all of your products added to the Product Search, please refer to our Product Search Levels in our online Media Kit.

Submission Guidelines for Press Release Publication on

Note: We reserve the right to use our editorial discretion when publishing your product and news releases on our site.

Helpful Hints for Writing Press Releases

Below are tips from our Content Team to increase the likelihood your press release will be published on and in other industry publications.

  • Your press release headline should clearly state who and what. Try this format: “Company announces Model 123 Product.”
  • In the first two paragraphs, describe what the product is, including its most important features and what it does. Include the core of the content; print magazines often truncate releases after 70 words, but will run the entire release.
  • Use the rest of the press release (max 2 pages, single-spaced) to describe the rest of the product features, where it can be used, how it is different and better than competitors, etc. Longer press releases will leave buyers/readers more knowledgeable about the product and when they contact you, they will be much closer to purchasing.
  • Include a web address. We link directly to your desired landing page, which should contain as much information about your product as possible (data sheet, brochure, app stories, pricing, etc.).
  • Do not write the release like an advertisement; it should be newsworthy and not promotional in nature.
  • Write to the editor, not the customer. For example, instead of saying, “You can use the Product,” say, “An engineer can use the Product.”
  • The following will be removed from press releases and should be avoided:
    • Extravagant statements, particularly exaggerations or over-statements of the product’s grandeur
    • Superlatives or biased descriptors (ground-breaking, industry-leading, etc.)
    • Unsupported claims (faster, less expensive, etc.); however, if evidence to back up the claims exists, cite it.