A well-crafted business news release can generate publicity while advertising and engaging with customers. Advertise your business with PRWeb and gain valuable visibility for your business today!
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How PRWeb Works
Get your news out in 3 easy steps.
STEP 1. Create ItWrite an announcement about your business. It could be a product or promotion, a sale or a new location, a customer survey, or any other newsworthy story.
STEP 2. Optimize ItTurn your news release into a search marketing asset with PRWeb. Add keywords to target your ideal customers on search engines. Include a video and photos to attract more attention.
STEP 3. Distribute ItPRWeb will deliver your story to every major search engine, national news sites, and 30,000 journalists and bloggers — generating visibility and buzz for your business.
Submit your story and we do the rest - it's that easy.
PRWeb gets your news straight to the search engines that everyone uses, like Google, Yahoo and Bing. PRWeb's search engine friendly releases mean that people will find your business more easily.
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PRWeb gets your story onto major news sites like Google News. We also distribute your news release to more than 250,000 subscribers and as many as 30,000 bloggers and journalists.
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PRWeb is one of the easiest ways to boost your visibility online because we use search engine-friendly releases. You can include images, videos and attachments in your PRWeb releases, which can make it easier for prospects and customers to find your content online.
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