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The Hotel Newswire continues to grow as the most widely accessed and affordable news distribution service available to the hotel industry!

A sampling of items that you can promote through our newswire include:

  • Acquisitions & Hotel Openings
  • Appointments & Promotions
  • Business & Finance
  • Conference & Events News
  • Convention & Visitors Bureau News
  • Expansions & Renovations
  • Hospitality Schools & Academia
  • Information & Energy Technology
  • Market & Trends Reports
  • New Products & Services

Posting news over the Hotel Newswire is free! There are no hidden fees. We charge only for sales-related news that promote vendor products and services. We will notify you in advance should any of the news you post require a fee for that reason, so feel comfortable to post away.

Posting Guidelines
  1. Be industry specific: News posted on the Hotel Newswire must be relevant to our readership of hotel owners, operators, senior executives, investors and developers.
  2. Proofread: We do not edit news releases. We will publish news releases exactly as they are sent to us - typos and all.
  3. Headlines: No CAPITALIZATION of headlines! News release headlines should be no longer than 80 characters.
  4. Contact Information: Hotel Newswire news releases to be published must include the contact information of a company representative on the release, including name, company, telephone and email address.
  5. No advertisements: Press releases must be written in a standard press release format with a news angle -- not to sell to consumers. If your press release reads like an advertisement, rewrite it or expect to receive a fee associated.
  6. No double posting: The search engines and other targeted audiences do not want to see the same release more than once.
  7. No blog posts: Blog posts, general interest articles, "open letters" and the like usually lack attribution and/or news value and are not an acceptable press release format.
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