PR LEADS' press release service helped cancer motivational speaker and cancer author David Koop rise to the front page of Google. In fact, Koop's press appears twice on the front page of Google. The indexing occurred within 24 hours of the press release distribution.
When I submit a press release to reporters, what should I write in the subject line of an email?
We wrote a press release for JadaMichaels.com and positioned it for the search term "Chicago Lingerie Company." After the first day, it was on the second page, which is pretty good. After two days, it jumped to #3 on the first page. Today, it is the #1 result for a search of 19,000,000 web pages!
Google+ is hot. We positioned Sterling Ledet as "Google+ business leader." Google rated him second and third for that term based on the press release. Imagine what doing a press release can do for your branding and publicity!
The number one place where people go to look for information is the search engine. Will your press release be found? Here's a video from Ragan Communications that examines this issue.