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In an article that published earlier this week, we shared data from Outbrain that showed where external traffic came from for content publishers.

The highest percent of external traffic came from search, which accounted for 41% of all external traffic for content publishers. Content sites followed with 31.3% and social media only accounted for 10.5% of external traffic.

Week in Review: September 20th, 2010 – September 24th, 2010

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Free Online Press Release Guidelines

Learn how to successfully create and distribute press releases

SEO Press Release Guidelines Re-Released with Some New Content

Let the world of online users know about your story

The world of journalists, bloggers and news aficionados has grown to an exorbitant size because of the internet. This notion should excite all of the communications people out there because the audience of people interested in newsworthy content has grown and is more accessible.

Along with that, the mediums that can be utilized to promote have grown. Dozens of press release distribution websites are available throughout the internet, many of which offer free options for publishing and distributing your newsworthy stories.

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Press Release SEO Tips – Basic and Advanced

You can pay big bucks for SEO press release distribution, or you can learn how to do it yourself.

How can your press release compete with the thousands of press releases that go out every day? Well you can start by making them long-lasting in the eyes of search engines.

Posting press releases on your own site gives you control of your meta data, image ALT tags and other elements necessary for good search engine optimization (SEO). However, when it’s time to submit your press releases to external sites, you lose some of that control.