CodewitÂ has joinedÂ Nigeriaâ€™s first paidÂ press release distribution service , through HeraldNewswireNigeria.com.ng, which offers journalist, bloggers and media outlets their much needed contents with a revenue model behind it..
â€œ The constant decline in readerships on print media requires a unique approach to generate additional revenue. We believe that having an alternative revenue source in addition to the advertisements will help sustain online and print media in Nigeria hence the need for creating a paid press release distribution network,â€ said Aniekan Okono, Business Development Head, Heraldin Service, co.â€
By working with Nigerian journalist, online bloggers and media outlets, Herald Newswire Distribution . brings an innovative aspect to newswire services and press release distribution for the Nigerian Market. This is a change from traditional newswire and press release distribution services and it is a win win situation for both Nigerian journalist, Nigeria online bloggers, Nigerian media outlets and also for Herald Newswire Nigeria.
Currently there is a limit for the number of Nigerian journalist, Nigeria online bloggers and Nigerian media outlets that will participate in the first batch of this program. The participants are chosen by their print readership and or their online traffic.
At the moment this is still open until sometime in February 2014. To join this first batch, Nigerian journalist, Nigeria online bloggers and Nigerian media outlets should visit www.heraldnewswirenigeria.com.ng/publishers to provide their infiormation
About Herald Newswire Nigeria Distribution
Herald Newswire Nigeria DistributionÂ is a product of Heraldin Service, co in Finland. Herald Newswire distribution aims to provide a cost effective and functional distribution channel for small business and startups to use in their market entry or expansion programs in the Nigerian market.
Codewit World News is a Nigerian online media outfit that publishes daily news on business, technology, politics, sports and other information in Nigeria