Any good press release distribution service ?

by lrdc
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I need recommendations of good and cheap press release distribution services.

Anyone ?
#distribution #good #press #release #service #services #worth
  • Profile picture of the author nicktyler
    Depends what your definition of cheap is. PR web is very good value and imo the best but I would not say it is "cheap".
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    • Profile picture of the author lrdc
      Originally Posted by nicktyler View Post

      Depends what your definition of cheap is. PR web is very good value and imo the best but I would not say it is "cheap".
      I know SEO isn't cheap. I just don't want to pay $200 for every single PR distribution :-)
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      • Profile picture of the author Karan Rawat
        Originally Posted by lrdc View Post

        I know SEO isn't cheap. I just don't want to pay $200 for every single PR distribution :-)

        $200 for every single PR distribution it's not worth it. Please don't try this at home..!
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  • Profile picture of the author nicktyler
    Fair enough. they have an all you can submit package which could work out very cheap if you can create and supply large amounts of PR.

    Otherwise just type in online PR distribution to Google and see what looks best, then ask for feedback on your top options before deciding.

    I could reccomend a couple more but I get the impression you are in the US and I only know UK focussed distributors.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicktyler
    So if you sent a "release" to The Mail Online you would not class them to be an online press publiction and the release can't be called a "press release"?

    I can call a car a "from A to B woosher" but the fact is the majority of the population still understand it to be a car.
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  • Profile picture of the author SalAG
    Hmm.. try level1links.com. It offers SEO services like building your rank by providing articles and submitting them to high authority sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author easypr
    For affordable press release writing & distribution services visit easy-pressrelease.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Pawprints34
    I am going to do a press release to get some links for my new local business site. My business is in Newcastle Australia so customers from the US will not be able to purchase from me. It is purely to get links for my site and hopefully outrank some of my local competitors.

    I have seen Press release monkey that offer a $330 service to submit to prnewswire as well as prbuzz and other places. I have also seen things as cheap as Fivrr gigs that will submit to prbuzz and sbwire for just 5 bucks.

    So which do people think would be the best for my situation?

    Could I find that no one on prnewswire picks up my story cause it won't be of interest in the US so the big ticket price isn't worth it?

    I have heard prbuzz just post press releases automatically to their network so its kind of junky?

    What would b best for me with my goal to get reputable PR links?
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    • Profile picture of the author befree22
      sbwire and prbuzz
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    • Profile picture of the author lewistrio2
      My company has a National Press Release service I can either PM the details or post it on your thread if you like.
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    • Profile picture of the author GyuMan82
      Try PR web
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    • Profile picture of the author ankitoberoi
      Not sure if this would be worth the money spent, as PR companies submit a lot of new coverages each day.

      Since, your aim is to outrank competition in SEs, remember that since there are many links posted by these PR companies each day, you will get little if any PR Juice.

      With ~ $400, my personal opinion is that you're better off buying one-way high quality relevant links.
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    • Profile picture of the author justmoretravel
      Originally Posted by Pawprints34 View Post

      I am going to do a press release to get some links for my new local business site. My business is in Newcastle Australia so customers from the US will not be able to purchase from me. It is purely to get links for my site and hopefully outrank some of my local competitors.
      Just so you know in this Google Group post Matt Cutts stated links from press releases won't benefit website rankings, but you never know.

      Note: I wouldn't expect links from press release web sites to benefit your rankings, however.
      https://productforums.google.com/d/m...w/RenG_wrRRwgJ
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      • Profile picture of the author Danny Woolard
        But you would always rank for links that the media picked up from your pr.
        So only send out prs for material that is interesting enough.

        By the way there is a gig on fiverr that sends to both prbuzz and sbwire in one shot.
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    • Profile picture of the author DPM70
      You want to rank for local keywords in Newcastle, Australia? I'd go with local press - radio, TV, magazines and local newspapers. A press release online might do you some good, but is there not one over there that caters for your market rather than a generic one? No point blowing money on a global press release that isn't targeting your market. This might take a bit of homework. You possibly won't find it online. But I think you'd be better served by local media outlet advertising.
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  • Profile picture of the author brins77
    There is currently a WSO for a $20 social media (and Google News) press release from PRUnderground.com. http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...imization.html
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  • Profile picture of the author kbclickbank
    Hello, Simply put, they were an easy and effective way to pay for links... and that's not even considering if the release is actually newsworthy. But now they're making the job of an SEO consultant a little tougher. You can try with these: PRWeb, Market Wire, SBwire, eReleases, 1888PressRelease, Business Wire, PR.com

    PRWeb is the leader in online news distribution and online publicity. PRWeb "democratized" news distribution, transforming the "press release" from an expensive tool used by large corporations to an inexpensive yet highly effective way for organizations of all sizes to distribute their news on the Internet, increase their visibility online and attract customers. PRWeb is a service of Vocus. Hope this will work with your requirement. Thanks. Have a nice day
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Tan
    PRWeb is declining...Really, many are moving towards MarketersMedia now with lower cost yet better distribution reach. The Distribution report from MM is awesome too. Learn about MM's first tier distribution, which is the best to get on: 1st-Tier Distribution Changes The Press Release Game | MarketersMedia Blog
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    • Profile picture of the author amcg
      Originally Posted by Daniel Tan View Post

      PRWeb is declining...Really, many are moving towards MarketersMedia now with lower cost yet better distribution reach. The Distribution report from MM is awesome too. Learn about MM's first tier distribution, which is the best to get on: 1st-Tier Distribution Changes The Press Release Game | MarketersMedia Blog
      I demo'd PRWeb some time ago and thought it was rather expensive however appeared to be the leading online PR service. I will try MarketersMedia for sure.
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  • Profile picture of the author georgefuller
    Originally Posted by lrdc View Post

    I need recommendations of good and cheap press release distribution services.

    Anyone ?
    I strongly recommend that you use PRWEBS instead of using or purchasing cheaper PR submission services, you're just going to waste your money and time. PR will is expensive but it will probable bridge the gap you need in terms of ranking, search engine visibility and exposure.
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  • Profile picture of the author Moneymaker2012
    PRWeb is really affordable and it works great. Brings reall traffic and also helps in boosting the search engine ranking as well. They also have a good customer service.
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  • Profile picture of the author brins77
    I have been told G2 Crowd will be issuing a report on press release services next week based on real reviews from validated users. It's a good starting point since there are so many spam/scam services. https://www.g2crowd.com/categories/p...ution/products
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  • Profile picture of the author Mehwish84
    theopenpress.com
    prfree.com
    ukprwire.com
    npr.org
    clickpress.com
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  • Profile picture of the author ahmed150
    Sbwire is good. I have used it
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  • Profile picture of the author IrisSchwenk
    If you are still looking for a service please check out my link : http://goo.gl/qHqVdd

    I can write [300 words] and distribute your PR to 400+ USA Medias guaranteed with all the links

    Iris.
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