how to put a press release on the wire pr release example

When an editor looks at your piece, he/she is thinking, from the first second, about how long it’s going to take them to get it to print. If your work is full of errors, lacking content, or just needs to be revised, they’re not going to waste their time. So make sure you have good grammar, all the basics, and have something to write about.
As mentioned and linked to above, if you’re expecting the hundreds of backlinks that press release distribution services provide to rocket your site to the top of SERPs, you might as well be waiting for Godot. Here’s what happens when you upload and distribute a press release via a traditional wire service:
A note about press releases being accepted for ‘publication’ by the sites: we have (as you might expect) a lot of experience writing press releases that meet the rules laid down by various news wire services (e.g. don’t make claims about being the ‘best’ something unless you can prove it). However, not all of the sites accepted our releases, this may be because they didn’t meet the site’s editorial guidelines or for some other reason – why some sites rejected our press releases isn’t at all clear.
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 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.
Less is more. Let me say that again, do not go over-board with hyperlinks and anchor text in your press releases. Use only 2-3 links for every 500 words of text in your press release. Since press releases should be kept between 400-600 words, this means 2-3 links of anchor text for the entire press release. Using too many links makes the press release seem spammy and gives search engines a reason to penalize or block it from SERPs.
5. CALL TO ACTION: Most readers won’t make it to the bottom of the page. Insert your call to action link for the public after the first or second paragraph. Restrained use of links directs readers to a specific call to action.
The biggest mistake you can make is sending out a blanket press release without knowing its recipient or recipients. Make sure if you’re sending a release about your country band that you’re not targeting a newspaper’s transportation reporter or movie critic. Get to know a little about the writer or writers you really want to target before you email them, whether that’s reading their work or following them on social media.
But you have to be patient. Some publications may take several months to publish your press release. And then there are other publications that will print your release in a few days. It all depends on your news and their schedule.
Believe it or not, we still get occasional calls from people asking if our links are ‘do follow’ links and ‘how many can we add’. Those conversations are shut down pretty quick and the individuals are quickly educated on what the purpose of sending a press release is.
iReach requires up to one business day turnaround from the time your release is submitted.  After the editorial process is complete, your release will either be sent immediately or on the date and time you specified when ordering.
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Update: if you’re interested in our thoughts on paid-for news wire sites, check out our mini-review of paid-for press release distribution services, alternatively read our survey about how and why journalists use press release distribution services.
I’ve been searching for information and prices for eRelease and PRNewswire and this is the best article with explanation that I found. it’s a little disappointing that press releases don’t offer SEO value any more. However, with my restaurant marketing agency, press releases are still valuable for local and regional exposure to journalists and media outlets. Thanks again for the great info.
I’m glad you enjoyed the article. I’ve emailed you the press release template in a few different versions so hopefully one will work for you. I’ve also updated the links in the article to include support for older versions of Word.