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October 03, 2006

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Dee Rambeau

And...what automations can the wire service provide to link/auto-post your distributed news releases to your website or mediaroom and how can that further enhance your SEO.

Joshua Paul

Just finished reading, The New Rules of PR & Marketing. Nice job. Do you know where I can find an estimated price structure for such a service for budgeting purposes? The service's sites are not very clear.

David Meerman Scott

Joshua

Glad you liked the book.

Sorry, I don't have any price-lists. But the basic press release service runs around $200-$300 for most providers.

Remember that you shouldn't have to buy any extras which add up very quickly. Basic service is fine.

Good luck

Virtual Data Room

Yes you are right David, press releases are the best way to introduce your business in the market and get immediate attentions of customers/readers about a new product of service. I think the more you distribute your press release to PR sites the more visibility and success you gain. If someone can provide this service cheap then its a good thing.

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