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The News Reporter, Now You Can Report For

If you have witnessed a significant severe weather event, environmental disaster, police/fire emergency, or another notable event then report this to the millions of users using our service to discover and to be alerted for such events.  iAlert reporter news reports are posted….

  1. …on the Reports Page (
  2. …on your personal iAlert reporter page similar to (See Example)
  3. …direct to iAlert users by email and/or text messages
  4. …on multiple domains (,,

Why become iAlert news Reporter?
There are many reasons to become an news reporter, here are just a few….

  1. Targeted Audience:  People use the iAlert service to discover and receive severe weather and emergency alerts you will be reporting
  2. Because You’re a Reporter:  This is what you do, whether professionally or as a hobby you capture newsworthy events. We simply provide the audience and platform for your reports
  3. Promote Your Work:  We allow our reporters to provide links to their website, twitter page, biography information, allow users to “follow” your iAlert reporting, direct notification to your followers when new reports are posted, we submit your reports to all major search engines ( E.G. Google, Yahoo, Bing), and provide “Editors Choice” promotion for premium member reports, all of which elevates visibility for you and your reporting (See Example)
  4. It’s FREE!

Becoming an iAlert reporter is fast, easy, and free. 
If you already have an membership just log into your account, select “myReports” in the member menu bar, then follow provided instructions.

If you are new to must first signup for a member account and then proceed to “myReports” inside your account once created.

So go ahead and report on those others sites and then file your reports on to reach the targeted audience you are truly looking for.

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