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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.
$200 press release remains one of the most inexpensive approaches to search engine optimization.
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.
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.
Since 1997, PRWeb has been reinventing the press release by offering enhancements enabling companies to maximize their PR capabilities online. They were the first to develop an SEO press release distribution strategy based on direct-to-consumer communication, and they continue to offer new tools to help companies communicate their news.
With PRWeb we are able to reach thousands of customers as well as the media. We even received an inquiry from the Tonight Show.
Rachel McLennan, PETCO
The coverage we got was nothing short of incredible. I think getting onto Forbes was my favorite.
Scott McIntosh, CEO, MusikPitch
As a result of our campaign, we have been featured on just about every automotive related blog as well as classic and performance car sites. We also generated coverage in some of the biggest industry magazines including Popular Mechanics and Hot Rod and created consumer buzz about the Corvette boat that is still going on.
Amy Mauzy, PR Manager, Malibu Boats
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
In some cases, we see clear spikes in traffic after the news release, followed by a direct correlation in increased sales.
Stephen Enfield , CEO, POS Supply Solutions