Press Release Submission

If you are looking to have your free press release published in India, Indian Spectator is offering a unique opportunity for you to do so at no cost. To increase your chances of having your press release accepted and published, it is important that you follow the guidelines provided by Indian Spectator.

These guidelines will help ensure that your press release is formatted correctly and meets the requirements for publication. To submit your press release, please send it to the email address Remember to carefully follow the guidelines provided for the best chance of getting your press release published. Don’t miss this opportunity to have your press release reach a wide audience in India through Indian Spectator.

Free Press Release Submission Guidelines:

  • As a leading press release platform in India, we request advertisers and PR agencies to keep the release brief, to the point and always include a photograph for the featured image as an attachment.
  • The release write-up must contain more than 300+ words with attachment files.
  •  Don’t forget to attach the name of the agency, contact information, and web address.
  • Press releases about Startups, MSME, events, technology are more likely to get published.
  • Do not spam if not covered, wait at least 2 days before shooting a follow-up mail.
  • Please ensure that your press release is written in proper English and is free of grammatical and spelling errors.
  • The press release must be relevant to our readers and pertain to current events or topics of interest.
  • Kindly refrain from submitting press releases that utilize language that is offensive or inflammatory, or that defame other businesses, services or causes.
  • While submitting a press release, provide background information and context to show the significance of the event or announcement. Include a call to action or contact information for readers to learn more about the organization or event.
  • Publication of press release is at the sole discretion of the Indian Spectator editorial team, and we expect your cooperation in this regard.

Please note that following these guidelines does not guarantee the publication of your press release, the Indian Spectator editorial team reserve the right to accept or reject submissions based on their relevance, quality, and newsworthiness.