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Hi Ray, at the bottom of the article you’ll find the original publication date of Oct. 10 2008. We update it every year and people have told us they bookmark it, so we just keep it here and update it. 🙂
The headline or “head” is your first chance to grab your reader’s attention and inspire them to keep reading. You should keep your headline short and to the point. Try to stay within the 80-170 characters range, and use language that is clear and easy to understand.
It turns out that the author used a picture of a couple who had just gotten engaged.  When that couple found out their beloved picture was on the cover of this…well, not really sure what you’d call it…they were not very pleased.
Polar King International, Inc. and the Polar Leasing Company to showcase outdoor walk-in coolers, walk-in freezers, and rental units at the 2018 International Restaurant and Foodservice Show of New York. The event, which runs from March 4-6, takes place in New York City, NY at the Javits Center.
TV news viewers can often detect the use of VNRs within television newscasts; for example, many movie-star interviews are actually VNRs, taped on a set which is located at the movie studio and decorated with the movie’s logo. Another frequent example of VNRs masquerading as news footage is videotapes of particular medical breakthroughs, that are really produced and distributed by pharmaceutical companies for the purpose of selling new medicines.
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My primary goal for writing and submitting a press release for a client is to get a link back to their website. Links to your site help increase its authority and can help your website – or a page on your site – rank better in Google for a targeted keyword phrase. Dofollow links back to your site from other sites also help pass PageRank.
The second last thing that is necessary to be put in the press release is the background of the company. In this section, you need to include the complete information and bio data of the company. You can describe your company, talk about its products and services and everything that you think is necessary to be discussed.
The new Widget-Z phone offers a different kind of user experience designed to get users off of their phones as quickly as possible so that they spend less time on the phone and more time in the world around them. Widget Com has gone to great lengths to design a phone where the user can customize their phones to show their most used apps, right there on the start screen. In doing so, Widget Com gives the user the power to get their activities done in fewer steps. This means less time on the phone and more time living life.
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PR Newswire has increased their pricing (again). A 500 word press release is now $1,000 plus membership. Neil Brown. Not sure about the weird reference, but PRweb costs $200-$300 each with a quantity purchase, and Business Wire costs $500/each but is required for public companies.
Journalists are generally taught to get as many of the five Ws (who, what, where, why and when) in the opening line of news stories, so if you want examples of great first lines for press releases, look no further than your daily newspaper.
“There aren’t really a prescriptive number of pages or word count.” If I may add one important aspect from journalism school 101: any article for a newspaper (and a press release ideally ends up as an article “as if” the journalist had written it him/herself) needs to be structured in such a way, that you can clip from the end (!!!) without it losing stringency and closure. That is entirely different from creative writing. “A Winter’s tale” or an Agatha Christie whodunit would lose much, if not all, of its charm if you left out the last, say, two, paragraphs! But since (in the olden days) a piece of journalism needed to fit in with the rest of the layout (including advertising and late breaking news), whoever redacted a piece had to be able to cut off bits and pieces at the end without having to read, let alone reformulate the rest of the article. That said, this rule still stands today though space is not always a bottleneck in the digital world (but – you never know, maybe your press release even makes it into the print version!). So train yourself to write like a (good) journalist. If you don’t you could wonder for years what made your press releases fall by the wayside time and again.
Centered at the top of your page should be the band’s name and the album name. To make sure this information draws attention, make sure you use a larger text size than the rest of your release, and also use bold and/or italics. You can also set this information apart by putting it in a box. If the album is on a label, include the label name and/or catalog number here as well.
BriefingWire.com lets you setup multiple Business Profiles which is great for client submissions. In fact, the company profile page provides a dofollow link, even before you submit your first release!
A boilerplate is usually found at the end of a press release, and briefly describes the company or organization related above. The short paragraph consisting of just a few sentences concisely explains the company or organization. The same boilerplate is usually used on every press release the company releases. It is important to remember boilerplates should be up to date, clearly written and short in length!
WireNews offers unlimited press release distribution for just £29.99 + VAT/Tax per month or you can pay £4.99 + VAT per press release. An annual payment plan (£299.90 + VAT) is available as well. Currently the company is offering a limited number of lifetime press release distribution accounts for a single one-off payment of £350 + VAT.
Include the company name in the headline, any subhead, and in the body of the first paragraph for better visibility via search engines and for news professionals and other readers. If you’re mailing a hard copy, you may put it on company letterhead.
There aren’t really a prescriptive number of pages or word count. It can vary depending upon the information the release is covering. The key is to keep it concise and not overly verbose, but at the same time make sure that you have all the relevant info included. So, the length can really vary depending the announcement.
The opening of the Widgets-R-Us store is part of a new trend for the Chinese government to allow Western industries into their country. Currently, 25 American based companies have facilities in China with another 100 companies are in line to open stores throughout China in the next year.
Hi Emmy. I just saw your video on marketing. So good! It filled a few gaps I hadn’t covered in my research. But one thing is still blurry to me. I would ask you : Where, in an email to the review sites, should we present the Press Release? Say I write to Toutcharcade. My first thought is I would be personal with them, talking to them about my game, my team… And if so, would I copy paste the Press Release below, in the email? Or are we supposed to place that PR as attachment to the email (just like the screenshots and Youtube trailer). Also is there a particularity that differs a review site to an article site? Many websites seem oriented towards revewing only. I’m guessing we need a different approach with them, without a PR. Sorry for the long post. Thank you!! Dominic
Heading: This needs to be strong. People are interested in how a business expands, who it sells to, and how much money it makes. Craft your headline with a strong title that grabs a reader’s attention right away.
I apologize if this comes across a bit rude. I followed your guidelines and did plenty of research into writing a press email. I sent to over 60 gaming sites using the videogamejournalist spreadsheet and filtered out any of the non-related ones. Out of those 60 only ONE big site PCgamer took the chance to reply. Everyone on reddit has told me that big walls of text like the one you are advising people are going to get trashed straight away. Such a shame. We have barely any exposure and our Kickstarter campaign will likely fail. It’s funny because our game is interesting enough to be written about, as Kotaku and RPS took their own initiative to write about our game earlier in the year. Now when I did a proper press release following your guidelines it has crippled us. Literally only one decent site of the 60 wrote about us. I’ll bet our email address is blacklisted now.