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I read recently about a test of 60 different free press release sites. The winner of their test was because it was the only one that got them in Google News. Unfortunately, that site low ranking scores, and still does, so I didn’t include it in this list. It might be worth trying, though. The second place was, which I’ve added to the list this year because it’s almost up to snuff with the others and lets you include a live link.
If we concisely talk about writing the press release, then it should read like a news story written from the perspective of a third person in an informing tone. Also, the sources and quotes must be cited with the information to make it more authentic and genuine in the eyes of the audience. Most of the companies try to keep the press releases succinct while some of them are lengthy. Regardless of its length and size, a press release should cover the entire information and should have enough content to convey the complete and clear message.
So let’s take a look at some of the best press release submission sites for distribution. We will be looking at each site with a critical eye and careful scrutiny. General parameters will include pricing, transparency, guaranteed placements, user friendliness, navigation, and if there are any extra features like analytics to help follow a release once submitted. Many of the sites will require a login to continue or access information. This is something the blog does not do as part of the review of each site. You will be responsible for creating accounts for yourself should you choose to use a particular site. It is a hope this blog will drive decisions on signing in and getting more information and thereby save you time, energy and most importantly, precious money.
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Since the 1960s, the major agencies were provided with new opportunities in television and magazine, and news agencies delivered specialized production of images and photos, the demand for which is constantly increasing. In France, for example, they account for over two-thirds of national market.[7]
Sometimes a press release is distributed early and embargoed – that is, news organizations are requested not to report the story until a specified time. For instance, news organizations usually receive a copy of presidential speeches several hours in advance. Product or media reviewers are commonly given a sample or preview of a product ahead of its release date.
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Technically, anything deliberately sent to a reporter or media source is considered a press release: it is information released by the act of being sent to the media. However, public relations professionals often follow a standard format that they believe is efficient and increases their odds of getting the publicity they desire. The format is supposed to help journalists separate press releases from other PR communication methods, such as pitch letters or media advisories. Generally, a PR body consists of 4 to 5 paragraphs with word limit ranging from 400 to 500. [1] However, press releases can be anywhere from 300 to 800 words[2]