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PRWeb Alternatives?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by alexglo, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. alexglo

    alexglo Junior Member

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    Hi guys do any of you use any good PRWeb alternatives? They seem to be having some problems with press releases in certain niches at the moment due to a massive editorial policy review. Very annoying after forking over a reasonably large wad of cash to them. Their editorial support staff are also very unprofessional with one of them sighing down the phone to me when I was trying to get things sorted.

    In fact the only redeeming factor is my Account Executive is a bit of a legend and is trying to sort things out for me.

    Can anyone suggest any legit alternatives? Tomorrow is D-Day and I am most likely cancelling my subscription.

    Thanks
     
  2. bizarre

    bizarre Newbie

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    PR Newswire
     
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  3. Abstroose

    Abstroose Elite Member

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    Newswire and Emailwire are a couple of alternatives but not as authoritative as PRWeb.
     
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    notyourmatey Power Member

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    we use prbuzz
     
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  5. RankGeek

    RankGeek Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Instead of working with one PR Web submission, I would anyday go with a more spread out submission strategy on a variety of sites. Together, they typically fetch me more traffic and branding than a single submission that costs a bomb! I have a thread which I've put up here on BHW (access via my signature) wherein the costliest package is $45 and has a solid range of submissions. Works better!