LOS ANGELES, CA – 01-07-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Businesses of all categories have been utilizing press release distribution services throughout the past two decades in order to get their news out to their audiences. Press releases are a great way to spread any information into the internet and to the media outlets that have a lot of traffic
PRWeb is a press release distribution company that is providing press release distribution services for over a decade. They are owned by a large corporation named Cision. PRWeb does not provide any other services apart from distribution, while some of its competitors are also offering press release writing services.
There are four distribution plans offered to PRWeb customers which are the Basic, Standard, Advanced and the Premium distribution plan. The Premium PRWeb distribution promises to make a press release “Go Viral”. However, PRWeb does not provide any information about their media distribution network. They do offer a permanent placement in their news section, maybe that’s the only benefit of using PRWeb as a distribution service, as seen on Google by searching with their recent Press Releases:
PRDistribution.com is a PRWeb competitor that is providing a cost-effective distribution and press release writing. Their single distribution plans start from $69 to $299 and the PRCopywriter press release writing charges $45 and $99 for two different types of press release writing. The Premium Pro press release distribution plan distributed the press release to over 375 media outlets including top-tier newswires such as FOX, ABC, NBC, Forbes etc. Also, Google, Yahoo! And Bing inclusion come with all the distribution plans.
The Premium Pro distribution of $129 and the Premium Concierge PRCopywriter of $99 costs $198 as a bundle, saving $30 on each press release distribution. PRWeb might have a lot of experience, however, PRDsitribution.com seems to be the future of the press release distribution industry, and is already providing the best press release distribution service.
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