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Free PR for UK charities until inflation hits 2%

17 May 2022

The world’s first free PR platform, Newspage, today announced it will offer its Premium subscription for free to all UK charities until inflation is back at the Bank of England’s 2% target, to help them through the cost of living crisis.

Newspage, which launched in early 2021, gives every charity the chance to be featured in the local, trade, national and even international media for free.

Newspage enables charities to create their own publicly visible and fully branded media centre — something many of them don’t have — in a matter of minutes.

They then receive ‘NewsAlerts’ ‘in app’ to breaking or upcoming news stories that they could contribute to and are also able to add news stories of their own. The Newspage editorial team will edit and promote stories it believes will be of interest to the media for free.

Benefits of the Premium subscription, which usually costs £19.99 inc. VAT a month, include:

A video testimonial about Newspage by Marie Peacock, CEO of Yorkshire’s Brain Tumour Charity, can be viewed below.

Charities should simply create a free Newspage – https://newspage.co.uk – and will be upgraded to Premium by the Newspage team. 

Dominic Hiatt, founder, Newspage, said:

“It’s been a brutal two years for UK charities with demand for their services soaring during the pandemic while donations have gone off a cliff. And now, with the cost of living crisis, it’s getting worse, as there is no Government support and cash-strapped consumers are finding it hard to donate. With this in mind, we’ve made the decision to offer our Premium subscription for free. Hopefully, this will ensure they stay front of mind and drive donations. Once inflation is back to 2%, we’ll offer charities a discounted rate but, with inflation at a 30-year high, it looks like we will be taking care of charities for the foreseeable.”




29 August 2021

Newspage is all about helping small business and charity owners, sole traders, the self-employed and anyone else who can’t afford a flash PR agency have a voice – or their story told – in the big media. We say ‘Yah boo sucks’ to big business — because they’ve owned the media for too long.

To this end, we’ve launched a new service whereby our users can book in a 20-minute Zoom call with an experienced news journalist for just £39.99 inc VAT. Or £29.99 inc VAT if you’re a Premium user.

During the call, we’ll discuss any story ideas you have or, if you haven’t got any, identify stories that will be of interest to the media. Because that’s what news journalists are the best people in the world at doing: identifying stories.

Basically, you’re getting PR advice that a London PR agency would charge over a grand for, for thirty or forty quid.

To book in your Zoom call, just go to the Stories section on your Newspage and select ‘Add news story’. You’ll then be offered the option to choose a time and a date that works for you. That’s it. So what are you waiting for?!

Book a Zoom call in with this miserable old git, Newspage’s founder and award-winning journalist Dominic Hiatt. You’ll get a story out of it!



11 July 2021

Love Newspage? Help us to grow even faster and make money at the same time — by joining the ‘Newspage Pals’ programme.

Newspage is now ready to scale. But rather than spend a load of dosh on adverts, we’d rather reward our fantastic Newspage community for spreading the word and helping us to grow. So to cut to the chase…

Newspage Pals will receive £5 for each new Newspager they sign up.

To become a Newspage Pal, the criteria are pretty simple:

  • – You need to be a Newspager yourself
  • – You need to like (or better still, love) Newspage
  • – You’re dead keen to help your pals get great media coverage, too

How does it work?

To join the Newspage Pals programme, all you need to do is email pals@newspage.co.uk with your company or charity name in the subject field. Or message us on social media if that’s easier.

We’ll then send you a unique discount code. This code will give the businesses and charities you introduce to Newspage THREE MONTHS of FREE Newspage Premium.

And if the company or charity you introduce decides to downgrade to our free package after three months, no worries at all, you still get your fiver.

On the last working day of each calendar month, we’ll pay the cash straight into your bank account (we’ll ask you for your bank account details separately). So if, in the course of one calendar month, you get 10 new Newspagers to sign up using your unique discount code, you’ll get a nifty (£50) for your troubles.

Ps. We originally thought of calling Newspage Pals ‘Newspage Ambassadors’, but then the word Ambassador is naff and brings to mind crap, over-priced chocolates (and terrible adverts) from the eighties.

The small print: The Newspage Pals programme will initially run until the end of September. Newspage has the right to cancel the programme at any time, e.g. we get 10k new Newspagers in a week and are looking at shelling out fifty large! If you’re a bit dodgy (this is the interweb after all) and try and get 1000 pretend people to sign up, we ain’t paying. End of.



2 July 2021

London, 2 July 2021 — Coreco Managing Director, Andrew Montlake, has become a non-executive director of Newspage.

Newspage is a platform that gives small and micro businesses the chance to be featured in the local, trade, national and even international media for free.

Newspage enables businesses to create their own publicly visible and fully branded media centre — something many of them don’t have — in a matter of minutes.

They can add ‘experts’, create tags for their areas of expertise and add any content that could be of use to the media, such as headshots and corporate brochures.

They then receive ‘NewsAlerts’ ‘in app’ to breaking or upcoming news stories that they could contribute to and are also able to add news stories of their own. The Newspage team will promote stories it believes will be of interest to the media for free.

Andrew Montlake, non-executive director, Newspage, commented: “Newspage is doing something that’s never been done before, which is to give every company the chance to be in the mainstream media, for free. I have said for years that it would be great to get more voices out there and now there is a tool to do exactly that. I’ve known Dominic, the founder of Newspage for many years, and genuinely believe what they’re doing could grow into something really quite big.”  

Dominic Hiatt, founder, Newspage, added: “To have someone of Monty’s calibre and connections onboard is a real boost for everyone at Newspage and a vindication of our model. He knows the media inside out and, best of all, is in a rock band. His advice and expertise will be invaluable as we continue to grow.”

Lewis Shaw, founder, Mansfield-based Shaw Financial Services, added: “Newspage rocks, end of story. Since creating my Newspage, I’ve been featured in countless national newspapers, trades and also my local newspaper, which is great for leads. It’s the best thing since gluten-free sliced bread.”

Paul Neal, founder, Belper-based Missing Element Mortgage Services, added: “I created my own Newspage after seeing the success a number of other brokers were having. Since then, we’ve been featured in several newspapers and various other trade magazines. I cannot recommend Newspage enough, as it’s giving people like me who would never hire a conventional PR agency a fast-track into the media. This weekend I’m even on BBC Radio Derby talking mortgages, which is fantastic.”

— ENDS —

Notes To Editors

For more information, please contact: Dominic Hiatt, Founder, Newspage:


M 07595 221604

About Newspage

Newspage gives small businesses the ability to be featured in the local, national and trade media for FREE and acts as a fully branded ‘media centre’ for the vast majority of small businesses that don’t have one. Companies simply create their own Newspage in a  matter of minutes. Newspage then alerts them to relevant stories they could contribute to as they break and also gives them the ability to add stories and then share them across social media.