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How Businesses Can Use Facebook

Facebook is one of the most popular social media sites of all time. It’s not just for fun and friends – it’s also a great tool for businesses. Businesses of all sizes should utilize a Facebook page. There are many…

By Daniel Tan | January 11th, 2014 | 0 Comment

How Often Should I Run a Press Release Campaign?

Press releases do not remain long in the search engines. A few choice keywords may gain temporary attention, but do not greatly improve your page ranking. Additionally, your initial press release may come to online magazines and newspapers at an…

By Yi Yun | January 2nd, 2014 | 1 Comment

How Press Release Distribution Can Create Authority for You

Press releases have typically been the magic tip journalists have relied on to fill in content for theirs newspapers and magazines. Journalists used the primary data to pursue more detailed reports that would be of interest to their readers. With…

By Yi Yun | December 23rd, 2013 | 0 Comment

Using Press Release to Promote Product Launches

We’ve helped many businesses promote their launches and events. One important inherent feature of a press release is that it’s time-sensitive and therefore carry a huge influence on the freshness index. Most press releases are instantly ranked on the first…

By Daniel Tan | November 28th, 2013 | 0 Comment

Your News on TV, Radio and Broadcast Stations with Premium Extended Circuit

We’ve recently completed another huge milestone with respect to widening our distribution and reach. Many have noticed that your press release now gets posted on more TV, radio and broadcast stations’ websites. We label this as the “Premium Extended Circuit”….

By Daniel Tan | November 23rd, 2013 | 0 Comment

1st-Tier Distribution Changes The Press Release Game

Distribute Press Release to The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo! News and Reuters with 1st-Tier Circuit – Changes the Press Release Game I am getting many questions lately about how 1st-tier releases work since the completion of our integration with the…

By Daniel Tan | October 27th, 2013 | 0 Comment