What is an Online Press Release?

Press releases used to be written exclusively for the media – news organizations, press and major trade publications – who would determine distribution based on what would appeal to their readers and viewers.

Today, Online Press Release, a form of Internet promotion that complements your search engine optimization and search engine marketing efforts, gives businesses greater control over how their stories and information are distributed.



Get Found First in More Places — Fast!

Online distribution to major search and news sites, such as Google News®, MSN® and Yahoo!® News.

Online Press Release is a great way to generate buzz for your products and services and drive more traffic to your Website. Use Online Press Release to build online visibility, increase rankings in search engines and appear on highly trafficked news sites.


What is an Online Press Release?

Press releases used to be written exclusively for the media – news organizations, press and major trade publications – who would determine distribution based on what would appeal to their readers and viewers.

 

Get found fast and first
Highlight news and announcements
Online distribution to major search and news sites
Track and analyze your story's progress
Today, Online Press Release, a form of Internet promotion that complements your search engine optimization and search engine marketing efforts, gives businesses greater control over how their stories and information are distributed.
Online Press Release is a great way to generate buzz for your products and services and drive more traffic to your Website. Use Online Press Release to build online visibility, increase rankings in search engines and appear on highly trafficked news sites.

Why Do You Need Online Press Releases?

                                                     Start building the buzz about your business!

                                                                                                                    Did You Know?

Roughly a third (34%) of the public say they went online for news yesterday — on par with radio, and slightly higher than daily newspapers. And when cell phones, email, social networks and podcasts are added in, 44% of Americans say they got news through one or more internet or mobile digital source... At the same time, the proportion of Americans who get news from traditional media platforms — television, radio and print — has been stable or edging downward in the last few years.