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  1. PRWEb and PitchEngine: SEO Smart/SMO Sexy Newsmakers

    For brands, publishing news to a paid wire service reaching traditional media and search engines is nothing new. While PRWEb boasts more traffic than PitchEngine, people are viewing pitches a lot longer than press releases, according to data on...

  2. Press Releases and Search Engine Optimization

    Pricing for their optimized releases is currently $225 per release with a Business Wire circuit, and $295 if ordered standalone (a free membership to Business Wire is required). Business Wire. Press releases, in the traditional sense, were meant to...

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

    Most of them have been distributed by Business Wire, Marketwire, PrimeNewswire and PR Newswire. Check out your favorite financial news site, search for a couple of publicly traded companies, and see how many press releases you can find in the results.

  4. Digging deeper into the social press release

    Mark interviews Laura Sturaitis, senior vice president of media services & product strategy for Business Wire, Andy Beal, a marketing consultant who writes the Marketing Pilgrim blog, and others about the evolution of press releases.

  5. Press release about AOL acquiring Bebo ranks #1 in Techmeme

    Drew emailed me to say, "The PRESS RELEASE carried on Business Wire -- not a news article, of AOL's acquisition of social search engine company Bebo -- is the top item on Techmeme's site today. He added, "Here's another example of how Techmeme, the...

  6. Search marketing to Latinos – Interview with Manny Ruiz of Hispanic PR Wire

    This is something that other news wire services can't do, nor can any other business. We have been able to learn a lot from them, they have shared staff, resources, insight to be able to do Hispanic distribution with a Business wire standard.

  7. Get Smart About Web Site I.Q.

    Content-Wire Apr 3 2002 5:39PM GMT Deceptive advertising, inaccurate accounts, parodies, barefaced lies, exaggerated statistics, yarns, and fake press releases leave a trail of fraud victims or bamboozled visitors in their wake.