Friday, September 13, 2013
Marketing with Online Press Releases - eReleases September Special
Online press releases, through distribution services, are an excellent marketing tool to increase your visibility and bring traffic to your site. And, they bring major attention to what you want to promote, such as a new product, a special you’re offering, a workshop, a new or revised book, new services, and so on.
Press releases also broaden your reach. There are tons of subscribers, including businesses and journalists, who look for relevant information they can use. In addition, press releases boost your chances of being picked up and featured on industry websites and even news stations.
If you have something new, or upgraded something, or revised something, or are offering a special, you NEED to get that information in a press release.
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