It is important for employees to know when press releases are sent. For example: 1. They will know what is new at the company. 2. They will have something new to tell prospects and clients. 3. They will feel good that the company is moving forwward. 4. They will feel pride when the media release [...]
Yes. A logo can make your press release look like an official business document. It also adds a piece of artwork to make your media release look more professional. People also ask, "Should I put my company logo on the press release, or should it be the PR firm's logo?" I suggest that you use [...]
To get a press release printed, you don't have to make news, you can comment on the news or offer advice on how to deal with the news. Need help? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
There's nothing hotter in the tech universe than the iPad and its apps. I am thrilled to report that a press release we optimized for the CashMap app appeared in more than 50 media websites ansd that led to the company and its press release appearing in 5 entries on the first page of Google for the term iPad Personal Budgeting App. The listings including a link from CNBC.com and Consumer Electronics Daily News! Considering all the competition for apps and iPad, this is really primo!
It just looks like a promo tool for you. This is the part I don't understand. I'm reading it thinking, "So what?" Do you understand what I'm asking you? It's the same thing that stops me from writing press releases. I don't think they are news and no one would want to read them.
Dan, thanks so much. Frankly I am blown away. I have used a few other PR services and none have come close to what you have delivered just this morning. I am looking forward to working together!
Can press releases lead to more traffic and sales on eBay? You bet! Last week, we wrote a press release for Joel Comm, who wanted to sell his company, which is called iFart (I kid you not). It is one of the best-selling apps on Apples' App Store. The press release was distributed at 7:30 [...]
A press release we sent out today on the dangerous effects of X-rays appeared on the first page of Google in the number 5 slot. Considering how competitive this word is, this result is quite a coup!
Do you make these mistakes with your press releases? Good press releases can be worth their weight in gold. A bad press release is as valuable as Fool's Gold. Be sure you don't make these blunders when you write your media release.
Question: Maybe you can answer one of my concerns. I have been directing my practice to prospects in the Philadelphia area. I am not sure what a national presence would bring. Let me know your thoughts. Cheers?