The Best Paid and Free Press Release Sites

Our list of the best paid and free press release websites to submit your press releases for maximum SEO and traffic opportunities

On content-driven, information-rich websites we use press releases for more than the basic announcement. We also use them to release free white papers because we know they offer more opportunities for inbound links and the SEO benefits required to get a landing page ranked well in Google.

Since Google now holds us responsible for the inbound links that come to our site, we decided to update our annual guide to the best paid and free press release sites by completely eliminating the sites with low SEO scores. What started out as a 50-something list is now down to just nine.

These PR distribution services are deemed both credible and SEO-friendly, which are the only inbound links we truly value.

  • Credibility: We determined credibility by checking the SEO industry’s most trusted metrics: Majestic Trust Flow and Moz Domain Authority. This process eliminated most of the free sites in our list. We think paid sites should offer more link credibility in addition to bonus features, so we slimmed down our list to include only those with high scores, also.
  • Search Engine Optimization: We also took into account basic SEO functionality. These sites allow tagging, anchor text links, keyword data and other search elements. The paid sites typically allowed up to eight outbound links, whereas most free sites only allow one.

Our Top Paid vs. Free Press Release Sites

The differences between paid and free press release sites:

  • Free press release sites are usually web-based and may or may not let you include photos, videos, or HTML formatted content.
  • Paid press release sites usually have a press list that they will send your press releases to in addition to posting your release on their website and in their RSS feed. Many paid sites also offer extra SEO benefits like tagging, the option to edit your meta data, and grammar checking. They may also tweet your release to their lists depending on the level of service you choose. Robust analytics also come with the territory.

Free press release sites

I read recently about a test of 60 different free press release sites. The winner of their test was PRUrgent.com because it was the only one that got them in Google News. Unfortunately, that site had 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 OnlinePRnews.com, 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.

We’ve consistently found PRLog.org to be the best free press release site. It allows links, tagging and branding for free, but most importantly, it has the highest ranks, unique traffic numbers and inbound links of its competitors. In our own comparative distribution tests, it also ranked higher than any other release.

As mentioned, we only included free sites with high ranks because you are who you associate with when it comes to search optimization and inbound links. Their ranks tell us about their SEO potential for any live links we put on their site. Over the years that we’ve maintained this list, PRLog has always remained at the top, but even sites like PR.com have lost rank across all search reputation monitors.

Site Majestic Trust Flow  / Moz Domain Authority
PRLog.org 47  / 84
PR.com 55 / 77
PR-Inside.com 26 / 67
Newswire.com 26 / 70
OnlinePRNews.com 26 / 56

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Paid press release sites

It’s a toss up between PRWeb and PRNewswire for the best paid press release site. PRNewswire has the highest score of all the paid sites and offers a huge arsenal of tools for optimizing your release. It’s reported to have the best overall distribution also, but it comes with a hefty price tag. The average cost of a release with all the bells and whistles can cost as much as $1,000 although they do have iReach, which starts at $129. PRWeb offers a robust release around $200. Both offer activity and SEO reporting on press releases.

The list below started as a 20-something site list and has been slimmed down to four. After all, you only need one good distribution service, right? When PageRank was still active, we had removed all sites with a PageRank below 7 from the list because at these prices, they ought to offer high quality inbound links. I’ve stuck to that shorter list. The sites listed here are also known to cache your press release indefinitely. Some sites delete them after 90-180 days.

Site PageRank / Majestic Trust Flow  / Moz Domain Authority Pricing
PRNewswire.com 8 / 77 / 90 $300+
PRWeb.com 7 / 74 / 89 $99+
BusinessWire.com 7 / 75 / 92 $400+
MarketWired.com 5 / 45 / 80 variable

 

Tips for choosing the best press release distribution service

  • Search Engine Optimization. Most press release sites are designed to allow you to optimize your press release for search engines using tags, anchor text links, header tags, etc. If you’re not sure, look on the PR website for a statement about press releases being optimized for search engines (SEO).
  • Note NoFollow tags. NoFollow tags are inserted into website code to stop the search engine spiders from following the links. If the spiders can’t follow the links in your press release, there is little benefit.
  • Seek Inbound Links. The more inbound links they receive, the more respect they will earn and the higher they will rank in search engines. The higher they rank in search engines, the more visible your press release will become, and the more traffic you will receive.

The “wire” isn’t the only way to get buzz out there these days, though. Try out some of these alternatives for unique and possibly even more valuable press coverage:

  • Press.it – Create your own newsroom, or just create a free social media press release.
  • PitchEngine – Pitch your customers / subscribers directly and create elegant press releases. Also try PRnob.
  • Vocus – Use a large media database to make your own contacts and distribute your release personally.
  • Help a Reporter Out (HARO) – Don’t let the journalists come to you, go to the journalist by answering queries asked by major news outlets.

Promoting freebies through press releases

Most of the time we use free press releases to promote our free downloads. When we launch new freebies, we want the world to know! Here’s how we recommend organizing this process.

1.  Create a press release and submit it to free press release sites, and paid ones if you want.

2. Post the press release on your site.

3. Use your press release to create a circ-builder email and send it to your own email list.

4.  Work out an arrangement with your partners for them to promote the freemium and Rapid Conversion Landing Page (RCLP) to their lists using the copy from your circ-builder.

5.  Send out Tweets and posts to Facebook about the new freemium. Direct readers to your RCLP and attach a unique tracking code.

  • Work with a copywriter to craft 12 unique promotional Tweets about the freemium.

  • Schedule those unique promotional Tweets once per day for 12 days.

  • Schedule them again once per month for 12 months.

  • On Facebook, promote your Freemium and its RCLP on the day it launches and at least once per month.

  • Test to see which formulas perform best.

6. Get in touch with industry bloggers and send them the PDF of your freemium. Include a link to the RCLP and a short bulleted list of take-aways to make their job easier when reviewing the product. Collect their Twitter addresses too, so you can @ them (just once, don’t be that guy!)

7.  Create a document that keeps track of everywhere you posted your press release, and all of the sites who wrote about your freemium. Create an ongoing press list from this so that you can focus your efforts more effectively the next time.

If you have anything else to add, add it in the comments!

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Editor’s note: This post was originally published in 2008 and is continually updated.

Comments
    Jim S.

    I liked your information on all the best free Press Release sites and all The best Paid Press Release sites. I needed a press release done for me. When I contacted most of these you could not really get a real person. I had lots of questions and they all directed me to an email that I had to post my question on and they would reply via email. Even more incredible was the fact that a lot of theses sites wanted me to create a user name and password first. That to me is extremely annoying. I decided to gop with a site a friend recommended that was not on here. He told me the price was reasonable and you don’t have to sign up. While yes I also had to send an email, they contacted me within 5 minutes of my email. NO JOKE..Try it.. The site http://www.prunderground.com really helped me out and understood my needs. I have become a fan of theirs thank in part to their excellent customer service and great rankings for my release. I am surprised they are not listed on your list.

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      We have been using ABNewswire to publish our press release since 2013 as it is very much reasonable than above mentioned all the companies and much wider distribution network.

      They say: The news reach from Bing & Google News to CBS, Fox, ABC, CW, NBC affiliated broadcasting websites and more, and other premium news outlets. Reach Associated Press journalist and editors and thru AP Datafeatures services press releases are distributed to journalist and editors of major media outlets including Wall Street Journal, NEW YORK TIMES. WASHINGTON POST, USA TODAY, LOS ANGELES TIMES, CHICAGO SUN TIMES, and many more. Press release is also send for syndication on News Information Engine (NIE) Circuit. NIE is subscribed by millions of journalists, corporate decision makers, market makers, brokers etc to track and break news. With NIE press release will reach AP, Acquire Media, Comtex, Factiva, LexisNexis, SyndiGate, DMN Newswire network & Newsletters, News360, NewsCentral and media outlets such as Bloomberg, Business Week, Digital Journal, Individual, Equities, TradingCharts, Qtrade Financial, PredictWallStreet, Interactive Data, AIG, Bessemer Trust & etc. and many more..

      One should have a try. Get more details via http://www.abnewswire.com

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    PostFreePressReleases.com

    Here’s another to add to that list:

    Post Free Press Releases.com
    http://www.postfreepressreleases.com

    Free account sign up, free press release submission, press releases published to the site immediately, and HTML links are allowed.
    Cheers!

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    Sarah S.

    Thanks for including http://www.prnewswire.com on your list of best press release sites. We’re very glad that we topped the list! I do have one important clarification, however. We have many, many press release distribution options that start at far less than $1000, and still include our huge online distribution network. Our team are happy to talk through the options for reaching key audiences and hitting your objectives – while staying within your budget, even if you only have a few hundred dollars to spend. Thanks!

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    Norann O.

    Thank you for the clarification on pricing….a variety of options for a variety of budgets.

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    pThomas

    Great article. I’m a total press release noob and your article has enlightened me greatly. We are always coming out with new fax broadcast and fax blast services to offer to the business to business community but have never done press releases before. Now that I have read your fine post we will be doing press releases often. Thank You Very Much!!!

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    Press R.

    This is a great tutorial and a list. Generally there are a numerous free press release websites in the internet, but only a few paid sites. I always under estimated the power of these paid pr sites, until i read your article, thanks again for the wonderful share.

    Reply

    How updated is this article? particularly the ranking. Your article date is 2013 but some comments are as old as 2009.

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    Amanda M.

    Hi Ray, at the bottom of the article you’ll find the original publication date of Oct. 10 2008. We update it every year and people have told us they bookmark it, so we just keep it here and update it. 🙂

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    Good list – I needed an update on PR distribution services and didn’t want to wade through the sea of options available.
    Glad to see PR and inbound links comparison too – it helps determine the ‘value’ I’ll be paying for.

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    Norann O.

    I’m so glad that you found this post helpful. We will be updating our list periodically to ensure that our recommendations remains current. Keep checking back to find out which sites we believe are the best paid and free press release sites.

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    Your article on press releases is very helpful. I have a site focused on workers’ compensation in Georgia, and I would like to use a press release site. However, it sounds like there is little SEO benefit to my site to help direct injured workers to the site. Do you have special suggestions for small businesses in niche industries like professional services.

    Thanks,
    Beth

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      Sherri M.

      Beth, the answer lies in reaching the broader audience of workers, particularly those who are covered by workman’s comp, before they are injured. If you work backward from their problems and situations, you should be able to determine what they need to know in advance of need of services. That understanding, in turn, would determine content choices to reach them where they are so they know you’re a resource. Does that help? Sherri

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    Ralph S.

    Hi

    You mentioned PR Newswire costs $1000 that is not correct because it costs only $300. Also it would be nice if you added another column in your chart to list prices for comparison purposes.

    Overall a good article sans these issues.

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    Mike S.

    prlog is free but it comes with some limitations, can anyone tell me what is the difference between i-news wire with prweb? it seems the first one is in my budget any differences? I like to know which one will help to promote a press release wider?

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    A very helpful list. We’ve used a number of the free and paid sites listed over the years.

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    Michael I.

    Excellent list, however a little surprised that for press release distribution, 24-7 Press Release Newswire (http://www.24-7pressrelease.com) was left off BOTH sites, given our page rank, traffic and ranking.

    Otherwise, great list!

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    Sharon H.

    I have used http://responsivepr.com – very good service. They not only publish press releases they distribute them to their own social network accounts: Ywitter and Pinterest. I have been very impressed by them. Costs £6.95 but I have receive excellent service.

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    Trace C.

    Hey, thanks for including Launch.it on your list, really appreciate it! Launch.it is a free self-publishing news platform for PR professionals, agencies and brands to launch and socialize everything new. Our goal is to be the most comprehensive direct-to-customer source for the timeliest news of all new products, services and ideas to make sure that they can be found, discovered and shared.

    Would love any feedback or thoughts that you have.

    Trace
    Founder of Launch.it

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    This article is just judging the companies on pagerank which does not reflect how good they are by any means!!

    Pressat is one fantastic PR site missed from the article, it’s only PR 4 so I suppose you wont put it on the list.

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    Amanda M.

    Hi Tony,

    Unfortunately the reality of SEO is that having low-quality links directed back at your site can do damage. That’s why we only choose sites with higher reputations.

    From there, we’ve analyzed how effective they are at getting press releases shared and distributed. The PageRank is simply the baseline for weeding out low-quality sites.

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    PrLog.org requires a company email address.You cant use your Google or yahoo email, for example. It has to be @yourcompany.com. Since I don’t have a paid business email, this particular PR site is not an option for me.

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    How many pr services should I submit my press resource to? Can I do a combination of free and paid sites? Is there an ideal mix? Are there negative consequences if I submit to too many? Thanks!

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    Special thanks to all of you for writing such positive & grateful comments. I am creating a business network which leads to become first page rated on Google search and news.

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    I did research on my own before settling on PR NewsChannel (http://www.prnewschannel.com). I found their prices to be fair and the sales person to be very knowledgeable. The prices you have quoted for the others are much lower than what I was quoted. Overall nice and helpful article.

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    Benjamin L.

    Had a very bad experience with PRWeb, burned up two days of my time. Try other services.

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    I not sure if it’s still worth placing PR on Market Wire and PR Web. Looking the organic traffic data, it seems that these PR sites as well as most of the PR sites out there were heavily penalized by Google’s recent algorithm updates. It’s not worth the money although you may reach a large audience because of their distribution services.
    What’s your thinking Amanda?

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    Zack L.

    Can anyone tell us what is the best press release site (paid and free) for the arts? Particularly for opera, musical theater, and concerts?
    Thanks!

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    NOT THE BEST on my list.

    PR.COM offers an okay user experience – everything looks a bit dated but key functionality is there.

    I felt misled by PR.COM

    I paid the extra fees for wider distribution and hyperlinks. (not included otherwise) BUT: PR.COM sends the release out with all links being nofollow! That makes it utterly worthless in terms of SEO. PR.COM strongly suggests using the extra service – paid hyperlinks – for SEO and never makes it clear they will do the links as nofollow.

    I received no response when contacting them about it.

    Would not do again.

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    jackie m.

    We outsourse the entire service – PR writing, localisation, optimisation and distribution to http://www.voltlab.com. Amazing service for a very reasonable price, saves us loads of time!

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    Cado M.

    Excellent article with lots of useful information, many thanks.

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    Thanks for a very informative article. Would you recommend posting same press release into more than one press release site (for example one paid and one free) or is it better to just stick with one?

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    Thank you for a good list of free and paid PR sites. Now, I know I’ll be trimming trusted websites in posting our company’s press releases.

    This is a good enlightenment article. The old press release practice must be streamlined with the changes in search engine rules about press releases.

    Since press release is one of the best sources of website traffic and heavy readership, setting the bar higher in choosing where to post press releases should be a key factor. This will not only help PRs get into Google news but will also increase the company’s credibity and professionalism.

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    Great post, Amanda!
    It’s always helful to have at hand these lists of free and paid services, though I have already known several of them.
    Thanks for sharing with useful tips for choosing the best press release services.

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    Thank you for the comparisons but do you know if any of the businesses you listed would work better for a bankruptcy attorney in northern Kentucky?

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    Nathan S.

    I’ve noticed that a lot of the links on press releases are nofollow.

    Any suggestions on which press release distribution site(s) will allow dofollow links?

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    Clive H.

    So many press releases.. it can be such a difficult decision to make in choosing the right one.

    Reply

    Thanks for the article but by the time I found it most of the free PR distribution sites you rated are no longer free

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    Very impressive and informative articles realting to press release syndication services, and I truly like the comparisons regarding PageRank, Domain Authority and mist importantly, Pricing.

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    Can these press release site could be used for small blogs. Suppose I’ve education or tech blog.

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      WheePR P.

      @Madhav – Yes, all of these can be used for small blogs, but it begs the question if you want to risk using a free press service for your site and possibly get hit in any downgrade on any search engine update, or if you want to spend the $300 plus on a higher quality press service. I guess the question you have to ask yourself is what purpose would a press release serve for your blog?

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    IS this post up to date? I ask because it shows that it was published in 2015, but some of the comments are much older. Thanks!

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      Amanda M.

      Hi Ken, yes this article is up to date. We have an Editor’s note at the bottom of the article that it was originally published in 2008, and we update it every year. It’s accurate as of the current publish date.

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    Meikah Y.

    I tried PRLog, too, but I got stumped at the verifying the phone number. Does it have only to be US numbers? Thought it doesn’t say anywhere any limitation. But I tried Singapore numbers and the call don’t go through. Please advice. Thank you!

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    Thank you so much for the information I’ve been searching for much time. It’s such an incredible thing that anybody can feel himself a journalist or even become one. You know, I had a situation a couple of years ago when i was trying to share some information and i used http://prnews.io/pressroom/world/ for it. After getting some comments i started to think about how can I improve my content. So now I’m happy about what I do. Share your information to the World and become who you wanna be!

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    Thanks for the list although still not sure which one to use (free and paid)….I had some good exposure a couple years back with prweb.com but cost is a concern.

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    I just wanted to jump in real quick to let you know that PageRank is no longer a thing and Google has been saying so for years.

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      Amanda M.

      Thanks for your reply. This article is a few months old before they officially canned PageRank, but we knew it was on the way out, which is why we also include Moz and Majestic scores.

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    Stephanie

    Firstly, thank you for your very informative post.

    I have been searching for the answer to this question for a long time but it is not easy to find:
    I have prepared my Press release. My question is regarding the “Contact” info.
    Is this ok to have my contact there? Or, will it scare journalists away? I don’t have a publicist contact. Should I put a friend’s name? Or, both a friend name and my own?
    Thank you.

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    Vilesh J.

    Wow! Really an awesome post! Thanks so much for this amazing post! Link building is an area I’m trying to improve and this will really help.

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    Peter N.

    You have listed Newswire.com under your list of free press release websites. This appears to be incorrect as it is free to sign up but they want a minimum of $99 for a press release. Please can you check and review this page as I have just wasted 30 minutes and I am sure others must have had the same experience.

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      Yes, experienced the same thing. Some months ago Newswire was free, but now they have changed it to paid service only.

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    sarkari n.

    Seriously this article is awesome.
    As every body knows what is the importance of press release now a days.
    I just sing up for one .
    Thanks for sharing

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    Bill W.

    WireNews offers unlimited press release distribution for just £29.99 + VAT/Tax per month or you can pay £4.99 + VAT per press release. An annual payment plan (£299.90 + VAT) is available as well. Currently the company is offering a limited number of lifetime press release distribution accounts for a single one-off payment of £350 + VAT.

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    Michael

    Another news site that offers a lot for s very reasonable price ($79/month) is NEWSLINE360. Unlimited posts of press releases. Your press release goes direct to journalists, you’d social media channels, customers and more. http://www.newsline360.com. Great for content marketing.

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    Jitender S.

    Hey Admin, Thanks for this great informative article. Press release sites are the easy and best way to reach worldwide with some catchy headlines.

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    Jeannie H.

    Thousands of news and releases go live daily. Not every author is aware that the bulk of these PR distributions end up undiscovered by desired reporters. Forbes magazine makes a startling statement. They state that the majority of businesses that publish a press release “wait for the inevitable flood of phone calls, emails and congratulations that never come. Even when they use a service like PR Newswire or Business Wire, many releases end up on page 67 of an independent TV station website in Reno, Nevada that few will ever read.”

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      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?

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    Public R.

    If you can afford one of the other services, I highly recommend avoiding PRWeb.com. They’ve made really amateur and inexcusable mistakes repeatedly, some of which forced us to actually postpone product launches, and their response to the mistakes is generally just as amateur. Unfortunately, the others are just out of our price range, otherwise we would have switched companies long ago.

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    Hello, Mequoda, Thanks a lot for include our site ( PRnob.com )
    We are improving our services gradually, Thanks again !

    Regards
    David
    Sales Executive
    PRnob Team

    Reply

      You deserve it! You are doing a fantastic job with PRnob.

      Thanks team Mequoda.com for the compilation, it’s really useful!

      Cheers

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    Great F.

    You know many individuals do not know the power of premium press release distributions. Especially paid ones. I had a product and hired someone to write a press release for me. Then I logged into my prbuzz website to submit the press release. This I found out did not work for me till a friend sent me a link to a Public relations expert who charged me $60 only and submitted my press release to over 500+ news outlets. She sent me a complete customized PDF report showing the tons of sites where my press release was submitted to. In no time I started getting steady traffic to my site and calls from philanthropists. I don’t know for you guys, but the point is having the best public relations expert for your PR needs. In case you guys need her services visit this link fiverr.com/heatherwilz You certainly will not regret this. I use her services on a weekly basis though. Its the best so far. I can now boast of international contacts for my products.

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    Rune E.

    Nice site you got here.
    Was looking into PR and the reach of them. Thanks for the detailed information. Appreciate it 🙂

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    Wilfrey M.

    Seriously this article is awesome.
    As every body knows what is the importance of press release now a days.
    I just signed up for one .
    Thanks for sharing

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    voxpop

    Hi Amanda MacArthur,

    Superb article for press release and share your news and story to best way promotion.

    My site voxpop.com share press release.

    Reply

    Thanks for the links – I’ve been accepted for an article on one site already!

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    Your article on press releases is very helpful. I have a site focused on workers’ compensation in Georgia, and I would like to use a press release site. However, it sounds like there is little SEO benefit to my site to help direct injured workers to the site. Do you have special suggestions for small businesses in niche industries like professional services.

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    Bharat M.

    You can also consider Bharat Go Digital for publishing press release. Link in the website section .

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    Christmas G.

    I love how affordable many of these sites are. For under $10 you can get listed on a great site! Thanks again for the suggestions.

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    amjad b.

    Your press relase sites are good but paid can you share more free sites also.

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    poolcleaner

    They also stated that the Nautilus does its work efficiently, cleaning their swimming pools inside out many customers discovered that the cleaner’s cord does not entangle.

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    Being one of the many who write yet remain poor, it has been refreshing finding such useful information. My world is 30 years a therapist trying to help.
    Like so many the big world of promoting becomes scary as so many are full of promise. Large business feeds of us beginners, anyone got a tissue?

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    Larissa B.

    Hi Amanda,

    An excellent article that mentions some great resources (some of which we still turn to on the odd occasion).

    We were a little surprised that 24-7ressrelease.com was left off the list (they are our mainstay for getting news out and providing us with excellent online visibility). I think part of the surprise they were left off was because they are also so well regarded in the industry, have been around for so long (2004 or 05?) and also used by NASA.

    We have also had some good success of course with PR Newswire.

    Again an excellent list of resources, you may want to look into 24-7Pressrelease.com if you haven’t done so already (I’m guessing you may not have heard of them).

    Thanks!

    Larissa

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    Hey Great List,
    There are many new sites for press release submissions you listed there. I also have a good press release submission site that accepts free press releases. It would be grate if you can include it on this list too. http://www.prsubmissionsite.com
    Thnx!!!

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    A new topic-focused press portal for industry and engineers is available at https://www.sjn.com/pr/
    Here, companies specializing in industrial and technical areas can create free newsrooms.
    In addition to publishing press releases, journal articles, case studies, product announcements and blog entries can also be published.

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    Great list of press release sites. Do you have anything related to “health”?

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    Are the prices for each PR sites for a year or every press release?

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    Don – Excellent article and resource list – I really appreciate that you quantified your sources via such a robust list of sound marketing ROI factors. Thanks also for including both free and paid (as well as side mentions with caveats). And, finally, thank you for updating this valuable resource – Just outstanding!

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    Samantha J.

    24-7PressRelease.com is another excellent top press release website (we use them for tech press release distribution). They have been around since 2004 / 2005 and we were actually quite surprised to see they were not included on the list. Look anywhere for reviews yourself (that is how we found them) – they live up to the reviews.

    Although not cheap, they are less expensive than ‘the big boys’, and for us, have provided adequate coverage and flexibility. Lets just say ‘great value for buck’.

    Samantha
    Dtragstrip Communications Group

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    Faselis G.

    The list is amazing. Both free and paid sites have huge difference in the services but free sites can also give good results if used properly. Can you please also share best PR distribution software based platforms.

    Reply
    Faselis G.

    I must say this is a complete post for people who are looking for exact comparison between top press release distributor providers. Good research done.. Thank you for the post.

    Reply

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