the press release blog how many press releases should i send

Español: escribir un comunicado de prensa, Deutsch: Eine Pressemitteilung schreiben, Nederlands: Een persbericht schrijven, Français: rédiger un article de presse, Italiano: Scrivere un Comunicato Stampa, Português: Escrever um Press Release (Comunicado de Imprensa), Русский: написать пресс релиз, Čeština: Jak napsat tiskovou zprávu, Bahasa Indonesia: Menulis Rilis Pers, 中文: 撰写新闻稿, العربية: كتابة البيان الصحفي, हिन्दी: एक प्रेस विज्ञप्ति लिखें, 한국어: 보도자료 쓰는 법, Tiếng Việt: Viết Thông cáo Báo chí, 日本語: プレスリリースを書く
Use title case. Capitalize the first letter of all words in the headline (with the exception of: “a,” “an,” “the,” or prepositions such as: “of,” “to,” or “from”). The combination of upper and lower case makes it easier to read.
C. Summary line. If you haven’t lost journalists by now, this is where you have to convince them that your story is worth reading (and therefore that theirs will be too) so they go through more of your press release. You want to make clear what are the basics of your app and what makes it unique at the same time.
You must put a name to the quote. Journalists despise having to quote faceless representatives. When businesses choose to hide behind the word “spokesperson”, it demonstrates a clear lack of resolve. Tell the world exactly who in your company thinks what, and busy reporters will be eternally grateful.
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.
While some of the best press release distribution services will only provide a limited number of helpful tools, 24-7 Press Release has a large knowledge base and tons of helpful content related to press release distribution.
No estimates can be given as to when your press release, if picked up by our PR editors, will go live on our site and via our distribution channels. It all depends on current workload and backlog, and sometimes can take weeks long. Next day distribution is guaranteed if one of paid PR distribution packages is used.
I want to be a trusted resource for that media so I’m trying to give the journalist all the information when they need it so they don’t have to go anywhere else, says Gillian Pommerehn, director of public relations for Crosby Marketing, which is based in Annapolis, Maryland, and whose clients include the U.S. Department of Agriculture and DuPont.
By creating awareness through telling new news stories, people who have no idea about the topic in question suddenly become aware. That gives you an opportunity to not only interact with people but also to do business with them for as long as you would like; you are also likely to expand your readership.
Twitter is chock-full of reporters lamenting press releases or pitches that don’t clearly explain what the company does or what the announcement is actually about, so instead of being the butt of a joke, make your release incredibly easy to reference. 
7.     Investors keep up with the news too. Press releases highlighting the successes and advancements made by your company can be powerful tools for attracting investors. Make sure to set up an online news room on your website for investors to browse through.
When you utilize press releases, you’re giving yourself, your business, and your brand the benefit of having a multi-faceted, multi-channel, robust marketing campaign approach. Press releases also allow you to maximize your impact and visibility.
It can be tempting to provide superfluous facts and tidbits about your company or the development of your announcement — we sometimes a piece of writing is lacking if it isn’t drawn-out and just shy of being a novella. However, a press release needs to be helpful and concise.
The first thing you should put on your press release is your company logo at the top center of the page. If you are emailing your press release, you should also include a link to a high-resolution PNG of your logo.
There are a few add-ons that most press release distribution services offer which are very worthwhile and that should be considered as part of your distribution strategy. The first is the SEO enhancement feature. By all means opt for do-follow hyperlinks. A few more high PR backlinks will never hurt your website.
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The body of your press release should expand the content of the first paragraph. Each paragraph should be no more than 3 or 4 sentences. Break up the body accordingly, but make sure that each paragraph is cohesive and flows well from the preceding paragraph.
Then, there is another school of thought that if you have the time and energy, you can post on as many sites as possible and get more sustained traffic and visibility to your site. If you’re so inclined, here is a list of over 60 free press release distribution sites, compiled by Press Release Point and they will even post to all those sites for you…for a modest fee. It kind of defeats the purpose of using free sites but for a few dollars, it could be worth saving your valuable time.
Hi Keith, thank you for the comment. This is all great insight and I appreciate you taking the time to post it here. Because both you and Craig posted similar comments, I want to make sure I clarify the intention of this post. This post is meant as a guide for how to correctly format a press release for general distribution using AP Style guidelines and other best practices. It is not meant to provide tips for how to contact writers. As you allude to in your post, and as I preach on my site, sending a template-driven message to every journalist you reach out to, is not a good idea. Each message you send should be personalized and tailored to the interests of that journalist’s audience. In regards to what format you use for your press release. Journalists have their preferences as to which format they like to receive press releases in. I’ve worked with writers that span the gamut on this. That said, I think your points about copying and pasting the text into the body of your email over a attaching a Word document are completely valid. When I recommended Word in the previous comment, I was speaking to the specific context of general distribution, i.e., when you submit your press release to sites like Games Press. (Games Press requests Word document attachments as its preferred method to receive press releases in it’s submission instructions to avoid running into copying and pasting issues: http://www.gamespress.com/about_howtosubmit.asp). Looking back on my comment, I think I could have been way clearer though 🙂 Apologies for that. Again, I appreciate both your and Craig’s input here. It’s great to hear this feedback straight from journalists.
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