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February 21, 2006

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Lisa Solomon

David, you forgot to mention that trackback is a premium feature available only to those who make at least an $80 contribution.

eAgent

Hi Lisa,

I was in the PRWeb offices today, and met with David and Mick Jolly specifically regarding trackbacks and some of PRWeb's other recent additions (like http://www.PRWebPhotowire.com and http://www.301url.com).

It appears the purpose of limiting trackbacks to a moderate contribution level was to reduce trackback "spam" that might otherwise arrive on the free press release level PRWeb provides.

My experience is that PRWeb typically provides significantly more value per function than any other PR platform. So if that means we get trackbacks at the $80 contrinution level to screen out spam, maybe that's a good idea?

Your thoughts?

Best,
Mark Alan Effinger
http://www.richcontent.com

Joe Beaulaurier

The blogosphere is responding positively to the press releases being distributed from PRWeb. The innovations are working.

http://beaulaurier.net/blog/online-buzz-traced-back-to-prweb-customers/2006/09/02/

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