Press Release Templates
It’s easy to create press releases using PRWeb templates and tips. Our templates help shape your release to get the attention of potential customers.
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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.
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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.
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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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