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$200 press release remains one of the most inexpensive approaches to search engine optimization.
If press releases have any potency now, it comes from showing up in Web searches and, hopefully in the process, raising a company’s profile online. Thanks to online distributors like PRWeb, your release can become virtually ubiquitous on the Web.
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It is definitely THE most cost-effective online distribution service that allows you to search-optimize your releases with keyword embedded links, attached files, images and more -- ensuring they'll be found in Google News and Yahoo News. And they can be found not only by media but also prospects and other buying influencers.
PRWeb shared a case study with us, involving a firm that typically sees a boost in search engine rankings and a 50% spike in web traffic after they issue a release. In fact, for one release in particular, the firm saw a spike of 400% on two different Web sites, and the firm doesn't believe they were from the same users. They also incorporate social media tools like Twitter to extend the "shelf life" of press releases, and say that drives additional traffic.
In part, the PRWeb analytics has enabled me to better quantify public relations results. This is helpful when communicating the value of PR to management, for example, I can definitively report to the CEO that, 'We got X number of impressions.'
Eric Haley, Pizza Fusion
The power of PRWeb is really quite amazing. And we've achieved all this at a very affordable cost. It's as if we had our very own PR department!
David Harries, Owner, Yellowwedge Cheese
In the 10+ years it has been around, PRWeb has proven itself to be a very effective way to increase online visibility. Now, the process itself has gotten easier and more user friendly, and new features reportedly will be added in the months ahead.
Don Beehler, ABC&D Communications
I began to think of PRWeb as the perfect link building tool.
John Ellis, Online marketing manager, ResortQuest
Because real people at PRWeb look at the press release... it feels more reassuring, as if there's another stage of quality control.
Andrew Denny, The Publicity Works