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Other Press Release services we've used are: Emailwire.com: http://www.emailwire.com/. They are mainly for corporate businesses, but check them out. Our press release there is at: http://www.emailwire.com/cgi-bin/news/db.cgi?db=ads&uid=default&ID=1956&view_records=1
Also Xpress, who distribute news releases by e-mail. (Their address is email@example.com).
You can also use eNewsRelease.com
We have no connection with these news distribution services, but have found them all to be effective in increasing "hits" after a news release.
Use press releases to get word out about your web site, product or service. They DO WORK in bringing traffic, first step to ONLINE SALES.
Lastly, I don't think you need to be a writer to write good press releases. (In fact, it may work against us, as we do tend to "waffle on" a bit and sometimes I don't write in sufficient "business-speak".) My advice is just write in your own "natural" style - one in which you feel MOST COMFORTABLE... as I've tried to do in this article.
Don't take life too seriously and have FUN writing your press releases.
Hope this may help you readers "out there" in cyberspace, as we at Eagle Productions and our associates learn something new about on-line and off-line promotion each day.
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Craig Lock has been successfully marketing products online for the past five years. Craig is a writer, who believes in sharing information, as well as encouraging and helping others to find their talents and gifts, to strive for and accomplish their dreams in life - whatever they may be.