Stankevicius Interactive Media Beta Version To Launch This December

Stankevicius MGM is launching Stankevicius Interactive Media platform by the end of 2019. The media platform’s beta version will include over 400 global media from all major continents. 

The media platform will be based on a monthly and annual subscriptions, and it will include guaranteed monthly unlimited publications on certain media from the US and Asia.

Stankevicius Interactive Media is a platform competitive to PR Newswire and Business Wire. While newswire platforms distribute and publish press release format text only, Stankevicius on the other hand provides editorial publishing without press release marks, paid or sponsor marks. 

Press releases are not as effective as they were before. Editorial coverage has always been more dominant than press releases.

Stankevicius company aims to innovate PR industry through technology allowing companies to finally get editorial coverage for their brands. Regardless of whether the company is a startup, SME or a public company, Stankevicius Interactive Media provides editorial coverage to every industry and every company.

About Stankevicius

Stankevicius is a leading global advertising, marketing, and public relations firm that provides a wide range of advertising and marketing services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial companies, startups, and individuals. Founded in 2014, the firm is headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and maintains locations in Hong Kong, Helsinki, and Minsk.

 

Media Contact: 

Stankevicius MGM
pr@stankeviciusmgm.com
stankeviciusmgm.com
interactive.stankeviciusmgm.com

United Kingdom

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