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ProPRcopy Presents on PR Writing in the Digital Age
Copywriting firm offers a helpful primer for companies looking to engage in online release writing and distribution
The presentation, now available on SlideShare.net, explains the basics of press releases and how they are useful for companies engaged in online marketing. Although press releases are still very useful for helping brands gain media coverage in newspapers, magazines and other publications, they also provide a great deal of search engine optimization (SEO) value.
"We are very pleased to provide our current and potential clients the information they need to develop the best possible content, including the writing and distribution of press releases," said Steve Bailey, president of ProPRcopy. "In today's digital world, businesses across the U.S. and worldwide are developing regular press releases to engage new customers, increase their online presence and draw more visitors to their websites."
ProPRcopy's presentation includes information on how companies can develop high-quality press releases that get noticed by journalists, bloggers and consumers alike, especially when distributed through a reputable service like SBWire, PRWeb, PR Newswire or Business Wire. When done correctly, these releases can gain impressions from thousands of people around the world.
Based in Wisconsin, ProPRcopy is one of the nation's leaders in providing top-quality copywriting services, including press releases, articles, blog content, website copy, social media content and more. It leverages decades of newsroom and public relations experience to deliver the best quality written content quickly and at affordable rates. The company's team is particularly skilled in press release writing and can help clients distribute their releases on local, regional and national levels.
"Businesses and organizations continue to turn to ProPRcopy due to the outstanding quality we provide, paired with unmatched customer service and support from dedicated senior editors," said Bailey. "Whether you need a single press release or 1,000 pages of content, you'll be comfortable placing your trust in us."
ProPRcopy's copywriters and editors are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more information on the company, visit www.proprcopy.com.
To view "Press Release Distribution in the Digital Age" on SlideShare, visit www.slideshare.net/