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  1. Wink Ever Tried Press Releases?


    Press releases are a good way of mrketing products. Ever tried press releases?

    I have once, and it did have a moderate effect.

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    I have had success with the following press release services

    you can send unlimited press releases and get the seo benefity as well with back links

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    I think that there is a fine line between spam and news when an internet marketer uses a press release service.

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    Sorry Andy... just removed out the guy you're replying to along with his posts. His Location said USA, his computer was in India.

    Sent him back to Facebook where he can lie to people all he wants.
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  5. You'll have the best results from press releases if the content is something that's "newsworthy". And, be willing to pay for distribution. is good, as well as and and I'm not such a big fan of the "free press release" sites.
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    Lol. Yeah... Pretty sure we've all gone thru a press release from top to bottom trying to find the "news" and realized... "there is no news, they were just due for a press release and they did one". Kinda makes you wanna slap 'em. Pretty amateurish IMO.
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