Thank you for the reply,, I do appreciate it and I will do that.
Sorry for the previous post. Not sure why there is all the extra coding in it. Here's another copy of the list of a couple of different PR submission sites in case you couldn't read the first reply:
PR News Wire
- Indicates sites where you can submit for free
Some sites will specialize in specific markets. For example. La Comunidad Online has a PR program for creating and submitting press releases, articles and interviews if you focus on the US Hispanic market. So it can depend on who your target audience is when deciding which service to use.
The other alternative is to establish and build a rapport with reports, editors and bloggers that write to your target audience and then submit your PRs to them.
Hope this helps.
The Solopreneur's Guide
I have a couple of suggestions on this. First off, there are tons of free press release services out there, and if you use them it will be a lucky thing if the Press Release gets attention. Some are better than others.
You get what you pay for. ereleases.com is the service many entrepreneurs are using nowdays. It is reviewed at the url above.
As stated by Doug and others, there are many services on the web - some free and others not. It might be worth a try to try out a few of them and see what works.
You can also create your own list for press releases. Find websites as well as traditional print and TV media outlets that you would like to promote with. Then either fax them or email them your press release. Just like the services - if these organziations have space to fill, they will run your release.
Business Money Today
For US Hispanics and Latin America we use Business Wire, the Global Leader in News Distribution.
If interested, feel free to read our blog > Sending Press Releases to Latin American Leading News Agencies