I needed to analyze the press release submission services not only to ensure I was getting the distribution that I needed, but also to make sure I wasn't breaking the bank in the process.
Denver, CO (Vocus/PRWEB) January 19, 2011
To many business owners, the idea of voicing news about changes or accomplishments at their company sounds like an appealing way to attract more customers or create "buzz" about what is going on at their business. However, actually doing this might be very confusing, especially to the person who has no journalistic background or access to media outlets.
Enter PressReleaseReviews.com, a revolutionary website that works to educate consumers and review the best press release submission services available on the market today. The site offers comparison services on press release submission sites that connect consumers and business owners with journalists, bloggers, media outlets, and other public relations entities. The website provides information on distribution networks, costs, ranking, as well as company and individual consumer reviews, and feedback on the accuracy, ability, and overall service with each submission site.
Company president and website developer, Jason Kay, created PressReleaseReviews.com after sifting through mountains of information on how to most efficiently and effectively submit a press release on company activity and make it garner positive attention.
"As an entrepreneur, I knew it was important for me to spread my company message. After all, if I don't do it as a business owner, no one is going to do it for me and reporters are certainly not knocking down my door for the 'next big story.' I knew I needed to analyze the press release submission services not only to ensure I was getting the distribution that I needed, but also to make sure I wasn't breaking the bank in the process," stated Kay. "Once I found the best services, I knew it was my responsibility to other business owners to share the news, so I created PressReleaseReviews.com."
The site reviews PRWeb, EReleases, PRLog, Eworldwire, and other press release submission services. The services examined range from paying services, to free sites.
Additionally, the review site highlights specific information about who exactly receives information on a press release submission. For instance, PRWeb, which is currently ranked as the number one press release submission service, has a distribution network of 250K bloggers, journalists and consumers. Alternately, PRNewsWire, which is regarded highly in the journalism community has a distribution network of 85K registered journalists.
"I wanted to showcase a variety of options that business owners have when getting the word out about something happening at their company. Additionally, I wanted people to be able to choose the best financial option for them as well as analyze the service that was going to be able to provide the most bang for their buck," stated Kay.
The website can be found at http://www.pressreleasereviews.com. The site itself is user friendly and provides great detail and overall feedback on each service. Users of individual press release submission services are invited to provide information on their experience with reviewed services which creates a "sounding board" approach. This allows visitors to get accurate information before purchasing products. The site also reviews writing services where businesses may go to have a professional press release written and at times, distributed.