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Our releases all have gotten us several links a piece and we also have three business deals that have been very good for our sites that came from releases we’ve issued putting us on that company’s radar in the first place. Press releases, and PRWeb as a distribution method, have earned their spot in our marketing budget.
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.
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.
The next morning I got up and logged into my PRWeb account. They have a stat’s program that tells you how many pageviews your press released has received, and I was curious to see whether I’d gotten 5 or heaven forbid 20 clicks. (I’m such a pessimist at times!) Well you could have pushed me over with a calm summer breeze after I saw those numbers. At 7:30 am EST my press release already had 40,000+ pageviews. By the end of day, that number had surpassed 96,000.
Every time I call PRWeb, someone awesome answers the phone right away. I really appreciate the gracious attitude and hard work of your employees as well as the fact that things get done while I'm on the phone...
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
Our releases get between 500 and 1,000 full page reads and anywhere from 20,000 to 40,000 impressions. Almost all of our news gets picked up by the industry blogs.
Manish Naik, Furnace MFG
The coverage we got was nothing short of incredible. I think getting onto Forbes was my favorite.
Scott McIntosh, CEO, MusikPitch
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
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