Director at The Cogworks
26 June 2009 15:50pm
I'm looking to submit press releases online using one of the free services out there, of which there seems to be hundreds.
I wondered if anyone had any experience at all with them and if anyone can point me in the direction of the best ones at all?
I am using them primarily for SEO purposes, so it needs to allow the addition of URL's to the text to link back to our website, or wherever we wish. One I have just used is www.prlog.org which seemed to work well, but it doesnt let you add links.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
SEO Executive at Branch Communications Ltd
30 June 2009 17:23pm
Hi we use a range of Article and PR sites for submissions including PRlog.org you should also have a look at
You really need to ensure you have a full SEO strategy working to support these.
CEO at Pragmites Consulting
07 July 2009 17:32pm
Marilyn is absolutely correct. There are tons of PR websites which are available on the Internet.
Our team at Pragmites has helped identify the most effective PR sites to ensure you are listed. Having the correct keywords hyperlinked is just one trick of the game.
We would be happy to provide you with this or any other information you may require.
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