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The Best Press Release Service Around

Get your site featured on authority sites like Boston Globe, ABC, Fox, and more!

What is a Press Release?

Press releasePress releases are the gold standard for white hat SEO. We take your business, an event, or whatever you like, and turn it into a quality news article.

Then we seed the press release through many high-quality news outlets—including the Associated Press, Lexis Nexis, Comtex, and more. After that, more outlets pick up your release and share it on their site—giving you many quality links from diverse, authoritative sites.

These links bring your site authority, trust, and a diverse link profile.

Effective, Diverse Links

press release SEOA good press release earns you some highly authoritative and trustworthy links—two things that Google loves!

How does it happen? When these authority news outlets pick up your press release, you’ll be getting authority links from domains with a domain authority of 20 to 90, or even more! These aren’t subdomains.

In addition, this is a great way to diversify your anchor text. Example: let’s say you have too many exact match anchors. A press release is the most effective way to diversify with in-content links!

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Social Proof Benefits

Even beyond the SEO benefits, one of the best things about our distribution is that you’ll get links on major domains from sources like ABC, CBS, and NBC.

When you have these links, you can put these reputable brand logos on your site in a “featured by” section—earning you major credibility. Then you can distribute the links to these major sites on your social media counts, spreading your credibility even further!

How Does it Work?

  1.    You Give us Your Information

We need to know what your press release needs to be about. Let us know your subject, keywords, URLs, and any special requests you may have.

  1.    We Write and Distribute the Article

Our professional team of U.S. writers will put together a quality press release. After that, we distribute the release to our network of journalists—including the Associated Press.

  1.    PDF Reporting

Your release is featured on hundreds of quality news sites. About 7 to 10 days after your release is approved, you’ll receive a distribution report from us. You may continue to see even more links after that, often for months afterward.

FAQ

Do you have a sample I can look at?

Yes! Download it right here.

Can I edit the press release before it’s distributed?

Yes, you can. We won’t send out the article until we get your final approval. You’ll be able to edit or request changes if anything’s not to your liking.

Are there any topics you won’t cover?

News services reject press releases on these topics:

o   Mortgage, payday advance services, cash advance, and short or long-term loans.

o   Escort services. Any products or services (including supplements) of a sexual nature.

o   Products for erectile dysfunction or sexually transmitted diseases.

o   Extreme political positions.

o   Extreme religious positions.

o   Gambling.

o   E-cigarettes, vaping, green coffee, kratom, or any other supplements.

o   Illegal or “gray area” services, such as iPhone unlocking, hacking, cracking, etc.

o   Alcohol or marijuana.

o   MLM.

o   Diet supplements.

How long should it take?

Writing should take between 2 to 5 days. Approval of the article is up to you. After that, the distribution should take another 7 to 10 days. You may continue receiving links after you get your report.

Should links to my site be nofollow?

That depends on whether you are using keywords or naked anchors (e.g., http://www.yoursite.com) If you use keywords, we recommend going with nofollow. But with naked anchors, you can leave the links as do-follow.

What languages can my keywords be?

Keywords must be in English, and the target site must also be in English.

Are there any niches you won’t do a press release for?

Unfortunately, we cannot do press releases for gambling, E-cig, adult, weight loss, or any other “gray” niches.

 Can I use the logos of the major sites that run my press release (ABC, NBC, etc.) on my site?

Yes, you can include the logo after the press release runs.