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A big welcome to JournoRequests subscribers

By Daryl Willcox

5th June 2017

Daryl Willcox, ResponseSource founderI wanted to offer a big fat ResponseSource welcome to JournoRequests users following our acquisition of the service. Welcome to the ResponseSource family!

It will be business as usual for JournoRequests from now on but if there’s anything you need we’re here to help. We have a 50-strong team here in Croydon, South London and we understand media request services – our ResponseSource Journalist Enquiry Service is the market leader delivering over 30,000 detailed requests a year.

Both services will continue separately, JournoRequests as our entry-level ‘freemium’ service and ResponseSource Journalist Enquiry Service our premier service for people who want to maximise their media coverage with detailed requests from our established journalist community.

We also offer the high-quality, intuitive ResponseSource Media Contacts Database as well as our Press Release Wire and Media Jobs services.

So once again welcome to the family and if there’s anything you need to know just give us a shout.

Daryl Willcox

ResponseSource founder and chairman





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