Has anyone heard of Presscable?

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  1. Oblivion13

    Oblivion13 Regular Member

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    I got an email about a webinair about this new software called press cable and I was wondering if anyone has ever heard of it or tried it?

    Url to the webinair is
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    http://munchweb.com/watch-now/overnight-rankings-google-hijack-method-ja.php 
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    http://presscable.com/
    It basically says it can create a press release and submit it for you.

    Looks interesting, but expensive.
     
  2. macgizmoguy

    macgizmoguy Newbie

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    I just looked up PressCable on Twitter. 2 Followers, 0 Following. 7 FaceBook Followers. So that tells you a lot right there. They couldn't even be bothered to post ANYTHING about themselves, or their exciting product, or engage their following on either account.

    $159 for a single press release to outsiders. Missed the video on their partnership with Chris Munch's SkyRanker so I'm not sure what their Subscription Plan/Model is for those lured by the 'Limited Access, Doors Closing, Time's Running Out' squeeze marketing.

    PressCable may very well have access to an exceptionally strong PR syndication network - which you can often get for $47-$97 per release. But my gut tells me they're just feeding PR's through *someone else's* syndication service API and pocketing the difference.

    I'm a HUGE fan of Press Release Marketing - It's an excellent Parasite / Barnacle way to get in the Top-20 of Google and Bing SERPS in typically less than 48 hours. Are these the folks to partner with to reach your traffic goals? You decide...
     
  3. JimSouza

    JimSouza Registered Member

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    GREAT!!!

    Your reply is very inspiring mate. I actually followed researching PressCable in Google to this page. Could you PLEASE recommend the services you're using for me?

    Awaiting your response...


     
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    Very inspiring and informative too. Here it is almost 3 years later and I think your gut feeling is still absolutely correct.

    Chris Munch has another "partner" doing the live go-to-webinars now. I just watched #13 yesterday: "[ P1 Profits ] $500-$1,000+/mo Red Pill Traffic Hacks & The King's Rule..." The latest offer is on this page: h t t p s : // skyranker-dot-com / webinar / discount ? f = ed [NOT affiliate Link] I don't know what the "ed" means because it was Joshua Zamora's webinar with one of Chris Munch's good friends doing all the talking. That page is redirected from yesitsfor -dot-me / joshua.

    While showing all their page 1 rankings in just hours, one of the domains in the screenshot was: MarketersMedia-dot-com They just happen to be quote, the best plan for agencies sending press releases regularly in large volume. The guy on the webinar said they spent "millions" on their software to get better distribution than PR Web, etc... The focus was on helping local business owners increase their business 200-300% yet he kept stressing this would work for any website, affiliate sites, affiliate offers, etc... Won't Google catch that?
     
  6. Mukiwa

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    The webinar is a hard sell to get you going. The promises are high and after 2+ years with them I saw better opportunities (their links drop off/delist after a few months).

    Presscable has a great back end and using it was very easy. I used their services as a something I provided to customers but the margins were not there for what I could provide. Yes it works, but there are better options out there if you want to take PR seriously as a service you provide to others.

    Thanks to #blogzandstuff for the lead which is well worth investigating if anyone is interested in catering to lower end of the market on a budget or getting local business in the snack pack quickly.
    The option I settled on was high end buyers where I charge $2k for a 4 release package through another service provider - but this is serious news release with bespoke video included with incredible results for clients.

    Just my 2c - and first post here having lurked for too long.
     
  7. creampiefan1

    creampiefan1 Newbie

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    Do you mind revealing what service provider you are using for your PR release?
     
  8. Mukiwa

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    I use the services of PR Web (put those together) and write the release myself. Their circulation and market penetration is really good - in my humble opinion. Some disagree with me, but each their own. The service I provide pays the bills...and customers are happy.
     
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    PRWeb... that so OLD SCHOOL .... I like it! Are you strictly and narrowly provided press release services or are the press release apart of an overall SEO traffic service you offer clients?

    You mentioned you choose to work with high end clients. Do you define high ends clients as like doctors, lawyers or any prospect willing to pay your price?

    What are your favorite ways to find clients? I think one way to find clients is to contact high end prospects who already actively advertising.