Submitting a Journalist Request

How to enter a call-out as a journalist or blogger

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If you're a journalist or blogger, you can submit a request on Press Loft which will be sent to our large database of interior, gift and homeware brands & PR agencies, to help hone in on what you are looking for. No need to create an account or to log in to send a request – it’s fast and straight to the point! 

Enter your call-out here at any time: 

Your request will be emailed to our network of registered members and if they have anything suitable, they will contact you directly.

The service is open for you to submit requests in the following categories:

Images: Whether you’re working to a specific theme, a colour or maybe a gift guide, let brands know what you’re working on and request a little help to gather all the material you need to write your articles or complete your shopping pages. Feel free to specify if you need high-res, low-res, cut-outs, lifestyle, or anything else you can think of.

Products for a shoot: Request products for your next in-house photo shoot.

Stories and expert tips: Request advice and quotes from industry experts.

Competition prizes: If you’re after top products to treat your audience, find the right competition prizes here. Make sure to clarify who your audience is, the type of products you’re looking for and a minimum value if your publication requires one.

Samples and products to review: If you'd like to try new products and share your experience with your audience, reach out! Some brands are happy to let you keep samples, but let them know upfront if you can’t return them!

Other: Your enquiry doesn’t match the previous categories? No problem, you can request anything you like as long as it is for editorial purposes. Note that we cannot pass any communication to our clients regarding paid-for promotion (advertising offers, sponsored posts etc).

If you're a brand that wants to receive these alerts, you can sign up here: (Scroll down to see the Journalist Requests available on their own)

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