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TITLE: Keep it short and enticing, and use the active voice. Avoid including too much scientific detail in the title. For example, “Cancer cells communicate through a new molecular messenger” is a better option than “Microvesicle-derived microRNAs are important for intercellular signaling in tumorigenesis”.
Somehow I doubt the validity of this story, if you found her on Fiverr – and the customized PDF report is available through pretty much all standard press release services. Curious to know if these were copy/paste reruns of the press release or if it was unique coverage that resulted in actual media interviews and original stories.
Hello everyone, I hope that by the time you all read this that your in the best of health both physically and mentally. Now what I want to share with you is a funding I have on indiegogo. This is for my 5yr old daughter who was in a horrific accident last year. Now the whole story is on the site. But I will tell you we have 13 days left and we need a miracle. I have true faith that something could happen by then. But I ask that you please check out the page and if there is anything you can do it is appreciated. Please visit the site at.
This will ensure that the SEO value comes from the natural use of keywords, and it will help you gain more exposure in search engines. Other SEO benefits that stem from the use of distributing free press releases include natural link building and referral traffic.
With timing, there are two things to worry about – how much notice to give and the date and time of actually sending the press release. Let’s face it – stories about (indie) films are not Breaking News. Many channels have their “low urgency” items mapped out for weeks ahead, so if you’re hoping to get a story out before your big premiere, make sure you give them enough time to schedule it in – but not so much time that they will put it aside and forget all about it. How much notice is needed varies from hours to several weeks, even months. Smaller online channels usually have a faster turnaround, whereas traditional newsrooms plan further ahead. This is something you can actually contact the writers about – a good way to start building those relationships!
Press releases are a valuable, time-tested tool that can be used to generate earned media coverage, increase sales and spread your company’s message – but only if you’re strategic about everything from story identification and development to messaging and pitching. For the best results, avoid relying too much on shiny press release distribution services that are unlikely to deliver the ROI and media coverage that you’re looking for.
Companies like Apple, Microsoft, and Coca-Cola can send a news release and two seconds after it hits the wire, there are headlines in every paper and on every TV station in the world. Sadly, this isn’t the case for you and your online store. You can spend $500 to send a press release to tens of thousands of news outlets and be ignored by every single one of them. Crickets. But even if a press release doesn’t generate coverage, there are benefits, including backlinks and showing up in Google when someone researches your company. There is also the possibility of getting coverage and sales, so for some merchants it’s worth a shot. Here’s what you need to know. 
I like to choose brands or long phrases that include one of my target keywords. I rarely choose exact match keywords (10% or less) because of risk of being penalized by Google. This is referred to as “over-optimization.”
If you want reporters to cover your news, you’ve got to know what it is that they’re covering at the moment and reach out to them directly to let them know what you’ve got going on. Acceptable methods of outreach include:
In order to do that, you’ll first have to come up with a story. It may be that you’re releasing a quirky product, sponsoring a charity event or have discovered some intriguing market insights. Either way, it’s got to be interesting, and it’s got to be genuine. That’s the easy part. The tricky bit is convincing journalists that it’s worth publishing.
“There are very positive steps being taken by the Zambian government to promote the agricultural with lower barriers to export and minimal intervention in the grain markets in 2017 and intentions to use market mechanisms to manage grain stocks in the future, are all welcome and must be… – March 03, 2018 – Agritech Expo Zambia
First we are going to look at a press that we at Fit Small Business recently sent out, so that we can point out the attributes of a good press release. You should look out for these points when viewing the other examples below.
Your press release should be kept to about 500 words (some free PR services require you to keep press releases to 250 words or less.) Press releases should be at least three paragraphs long including the opening paragraph, a supporting paragraph(s), and a closing paragraph that restates or summarizes your main points.
iReach’s distribution options start with a basic, budget-friendly plan (SearchReach) and build from there (WebReach and WebReach Plus).  Check out the plan comparison page for details about what’s included with each one.
We can write the releases for you, or if you send us one of your own, we will check it is newsworthy and editorially appropriate and publish it for everyone to see. And, our meticulous team will get in touch if there are any mistakes or editorial changes that will help to maximise the number of people your news will reach… if that’s OK with you?
There’s a trick to writing press releases, though. Your message has to be newsworthy without sounding like a blatant advertisement. The release is written in an unbiased format so the reader trusts the information to be accurate.
Include a call to action in your release. This is information on what you want the public to do with the information that you are releasing. For example, do you want readers to buy a product? If so, include information on where the product is available. Do you want readers to visit your website to enter a contest or learn more about your organization? If so, include the website address or a phone number.
Below, please find a detailed review of each press release site on our list of top free press release websites. We have highlighted some of the factors that allowed these free press release services to score so high in our selection ranking.
Although targeting is important and you should research every reporter you pitch, at the end of the day pitching is largely a numbers game. If your list of journalists to pitch your release to is only 3 lines long and you haven’t built a relationship with any of them yet, you’re unlikely to get any traction unless your news is truly spectacular. Typically, we pitch 20-100 journalists that we research in advance and reach out to individually (NOT in a mass email pitch to everyone at once).
Some public relations firms send out video news releases (VNRs) which are pre-taped video programs that can be aired intact by TV stations. Often, the VNRs are aired without the stations’ identifying or attributing them as such.
Great list of resources. I just put together a list of 12 Kickstarter Press Releases that raised over $1 Million. Maybe these will help inspire you for when you write yours (or hire a company). http://fundbeam.com/12-kickstarter-press-releases-raised-1-million/
WASHINGTON — Demand Progress, Fight for the Future and Free Press Action Fund, which have organized many of the largest online protests in history, have announced Operation #OneMoreVote, an internet-wide day of action on Feb. 27.
One of the biggest advantages of using 24-7 Press Release is they offer a large variety of distribution options that are all free to their users. Even though you are only allowed one free submission per day, think about how much more business that is over the course of a year. On the resource page they provide users free information on how to fine tune your press release to get the maximum benefits. 
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!
Wow, I can’t believe that counts as a mention. Some of this pay PR sites promise 200+ mentions, but being on some random page of a 10,000 page radio website is completely worthless in terms of traffic; maybe there is some SEO benefit?
Be sure to make clear what this information is for by saying for more information, promo requests or to set up an interview, please contact (so and so). Also, include the band and/or label’s website/MySpace page here.
“The team I worked with at Interweave successfully transitioned a leading print enthusiast media business into the digital age. The folks at Mequoda were an important part of this team and the company’s most valued strategic advisor. We could not have done it without them.”
The answers to these questions should always tie into your press release in some manner. If you’re releasing a new version of your product, your press release should tie in the fact that you created said product to help solve a particular problem.
Ben Moskel, President of Apex Next, will host an educational marketing event for attorneys and legal professionals. During this informal free workshop Ben Moskel will explain new online strategies that attorneys and law firms can use to grow their business. The strategies focus on acquiring new clients… – March 03, 2018 – Ben Moskel
Another point. When sending a press release to an editor, the best way to send it by copying and pasting the press release as text in the email. (Never send a press release as an attachment.) Here is the argument against my statement above. I always attach the press release to the email and I’ve never had a problem. My counter argument is, How many times have editors rejected your press releases due to it being an attachment and you did not even know this? Here is why I say put the press release as text in the email and NEVER send it as an attachment to an editor. 1) What program does the editor use to publish their press releases? InDesign or a web program. Translation: The editor or writer has to COPY AND PASTE your press release into another program to get it published. 2) An editor what? Received tons of emails every day. Put yourself in the editor’s shoes. The editor is trying to open and get through hundreds of emails every day. If an editor opens an email and finds text in the email, he/she/trans can IMMEDIATELY READ THE PRESS RELEASE and can decide IMMEDIATELY, if they want to publish it. If the press release is attached as a Word document, the email can easily be ignored or deleted. Also the editor, another writer or graphic designer can copy and paste the press release directly from the email into InDesign or a web program. Or they can copy and paste the press release into their own Word document WITHOUT having to TAKE THE TIME TO OPEN an attachment. Also, a publication might have a policy which DOES NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO OPEN AN ATTACHMENT due to the treat of viruses.
Whether a certain channel or journalist takes interest in your production depends on things like your budget, genre, subject matter, filming location, cast members, awards or other related things such as a unique production method. Start by defining your strategy. Ask yourself, who would consider your production newsworthy. Based on that, you can choose to focus on the mainstream media, freelance writers, indie film websites, notable bloggers / vloggers or other mavens. Depending on your subject matter, you may even find traction outside the typical channels. For example, with a documentary about mental health – approach mental health organizations.
The interface seems a bit more complicated than some of the other sites, as users will need to dig to find the appropriate channels for their release. The site has no mention of number of pickups, or if anyone actually picks it up and publishes it. This is a major drawback for many who expect publication on numerous online news and PR sites. Also, do not expect CISION to offer writing services or anything similar in nature.