Including one or more images with your online press release is a great way to engage readers and get them to click to your site. If you’re unsure what type of images you should use in your release, this post will help you out.
As I’ve said before: journalists aren’t your only ticket to reaching more people online with your news. Bloggers, too, hold the keys to expanding your network and connecting with more potential customers.
Maybe you’ve written a press release and submitted it to a press release distribution site like PRWeb only to have it rejected. What gives??
If your press release is too promotional in nature, the press release distribution service will reject it. A press release should be objective and newsworthy. An advertorial, which may be what PRWeb considers what you’ve submitted to be, is more self-promotional and biased.409_4600707 (1)
You’ve written your press release. Congrats. Press releases are a fantastic tool in your marketing and PR arsenal. But they’re only as successful as the work you put into spreading them far and wide. To that end, let’s look at four ways you can get more eyeballs on your press release.
I’ve talked before about having a story or an angle for your news. As I’ve said before — and it bears repeating — no one cares about your bland news announcement. It’s the story behind the news that excites and entices people to want to read about it.