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  1. Rumors of the Press Release's Death have been Greatly Exaggerated

    According to the 2010 PRWeek/PR Newswire Media Survey, journalists use a variety of tools when during the course of research for a story. Ninety-five percent use Google/search engines, 93 percent use the company web site, 47 percent use Wikipedia...

  2. PRWeek/PR Newswire Media Survey Finds Digital Divide Between Journalists and Bloggers

    On April 1, 2010, PRWeek and PR Newswire issued a press release .that was no joke. It highlighted the key findings of the "2010 PRWeek/PR Newswire Media Survey. The survey, sponsored by PR Newswire, polled a total of 1,568 traditional and non...

  3. This Breaking News Just In - The Meta Keywords Tag is Still Dead!

    They mistakenly think that their newswire can automatically sprinkle Meta Keywords Tags over an unedited press release like pixie dust and magically optimize it for Google News or Yahoo! I can't wait to tell the public relations agencies and PR...

  4. Link Building 101, Part 2

    Try to find sites like PR Newswire that let you submit your article with links back to your site. In Part 1, we reviewed some basic definitions and learned about the importance of on-site SEO and the sometimes overlooked art of internal linking.

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  5. comScore Ranks Yahoo! Finance as Top Financial News Site

    Most of them have been distributed by Business Wire, Marketwire, PrimeNewswire and PR Newswire. Yesterday afternoon, comScore announced the latest rankings in the financial news and research site category, which attracted more than 64 million U.S...

  6. Print Journalists Optimistic...Or Not

    As Frank Washkuch of PRWeek noted in his special report, one response in particular – "63.5% of print magazine or newspaper journalists saying their publication will continue 'indefinitely' in its current state" – surprised Dave Armon, COO of PR...