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Press-Release-Distributors.com Celebrates Over One-Thousand PR Submissions

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PRD announces a significant milestone of over one thousand Press Release Distributions. Constantly improving the quality of the submissions has made their PR Campaigns super effective.

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA, April 6, 2014, Steve Stanley, aka “The Press Release Guru”, was pleased to announce that Press-Release-Distributors had shot past the one-thousand submissions milestone. Many years of experience has made the difference in the evolution of PRD. What started out as a Press Release Writing service, along with submissions to Free News Sites has evolved into a first-class PR Writing and Distribution Service. All submissions are to bona fide new sites, industry sites, newspaper sites, radio & TV sites, social media sites and the Blogs. The Free News Sites have become passe’, because Google does not give them authority status, as it does with the real News Sites. Instead, Google is treating Free News Sites a nothing more than Press Release Directories, and their PR’s as PR Spam. A word to the wise would be to avoid the free news sites.

Press-Release-Distributors has had great success with their PR Premo Package, which includes the writing of the PR along with full distribution. They notify the client of the first published site with a live link to the site. A full Submission Report is provided in about three days. The result is hundreds and hundreds of links back to the originating website. This is the biggest bank for the online advertising buck. During a recent press conference, The Press Release Guru had this to say: “People have this preconceived notion that a Press Release is only hard copy, they are Internet savvy about everything else, but they fail to consider what a great marketing tool an online Press Release can be. You could never manually submit a PR to Newspapers and other Media and have a chance of succeeding. They think you are trying to get free advertising.”

He goes on to say: “A PR has to be Distributed according to proper protocol. We subscribe to a Newswire Service that Distributes our Press Releases to over one thousand sites. Try doing that by yourself. I have seen traffic driven by Press Release Submissions save more than one business. How else can you generate almost instant traffic to your site? If you do not have a high budget for Pay Per Click Marketing, and Banner Ads, etc., then you should try our service, you will love it.”

Complete information is available at: Press-Release-Distributors.com

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Email: steve@press-release-distributors.com
Phone: 954.762-7463
City: Fort Lauderdale
State: FL
Country: United States
Website: www.press-release-distributors.com/

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