StatePoint offers a local sponsored editorial content platform uniquely focused on content creation, distribution, and promotion. We start by creating journalistic “news readers can use” content that highlights our clients as trusted industry experts. We then promote this content on our national distribution service to thousands of local media outlets and social media influencers our clients are not reaching. Clients receive industry-leading, real-time coverage reports detailing key quantitative and qualitative results, such as confirmed print and online media placements, social media engagements (likes, clicks, shares, etc.), total audience reach, media placements by metro market, “prominence” rankings for online placements, and more.

Roger Maes, a co-founding, oversees marketing and sales

Our sponsored editorial content platform delivers the following benefits:

Thousands of local media placements of your sponsored content

Access to our blogger network

Social media engagements through influencer marketing

Increased brand awareness with U.S. families

You control the editorial message

Lowest prices on the market

StatePoint prides itself on delivering honest, straightforward results at an unbeatable value. We offer the lowest prices on the market and back everything with performance guarantees in writing.

StatePoint Media, Inc. maintains offices in New York City and Madison, Wisconsin.

Our clients are all national consumer brands, authors/books, trade organizations, and non-profits.  We work with them to secure placement in hundreds of community newspapers and regional media websites. We work with quite a few publishers and authors, and the stories do really well.  Newspapers and media editors really like stories that feature authors as experts on the topic at hand. Fiction books are typically not a good fit for us, but non-fiction books are typically an excellent fit.

StatePoint Media
(800) 397-1077

The company was co-founded by Roger Maes and Robert Silverman, who have over 50 years of combined experience in the media industry. Silverman oversees the editorial side of the business and media industry relations, while Maes is primarily responsible for sales and marketing. Both share in shaping the strategy and products of the company.