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    New online tool helps architects easily and effectively share projects with the media

    Geraldine Chua

    Architectural photographer Nic Granleese has released MediaMap, a media kit and campaign tool that will allow architects to easily create online media kits for their projects.

    Founded on the idea that getting projects ‘out there’ is the best way for practices to gain exposure and connect with the industry and new clients, MediaMap will help architects give the exact information editors require to assess their project for publication.

    Each media kit includes the basic ‘who, what, when, where and why’ prompts for architects, as well as storage for one-click downloads of high-res photography. These kits may be enough for online editors to publish a complete story, or serve as a thorough overview for a long-form print story.

    MediaMap also maps the world’s architectural media and currently includes 1,800 magazines, blogs, newspapers, TV shows, freelance editors and writers. This allows architects to search this extensive database of publications and send their completed media kits to editors across the globe.

    They can then utilise the campaign tools to track where stories have been published.

    “We want to make it easier for architects to get their work published, but we also want to make the lives of editors and writers easier too,” explains Granleese.

    Click HERE for an example media kit

    MediaMap is designed for small practices that have no budget to engage an agency, as well as large organisations with dedicated media resources.

    The beta product launches today, and will be holding free webinars on Media For Architects over the coming weeks to promote the service.

    Visit mediamap.co for a free trial or to find out more. 

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