Frequently Asked Questions

A. Our clients tell us our distribution is significantly bigger than our competitors, and we are able to do it at 25% of the cost of the competition!
A. Our Standard press release distribution package is $49 and our Premium press release distribution package is $99. Compare packages
A. Your press release is guaranteed to go on Google, Yahoo, Bing, Google News and Bing News—but there is more. Your press release is going to appear on 250+ newspaper and major news sites including the Daily Times, Salt Lake Tribune, Star Tribune, The Buffalo News, Daily Herald and hundreds more! Download sample standard report
A. Your press release is guaranteed to go on Google, Yahoo, Bing, Google News, Bing News, 375+ newspaper and major news sites, everything included in our standard PR distribution, social media, and radio & television news sites. It gets even better! Your press release is guaranteed to go on ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC's news sites and affiliates. Download sample premium report
A. No, certain factors can affect the scheduled release date of a press release including manual review processes during holidays and weekends (less employees are working at our partner newswire during weekends). However, 97% of our press releases are published and distributed without delays of any kind. Also, we will never publish a press release before it is suppose to release.
A. Absolutely! We can write your press release and distribute it. Or if you would just like us to write it, we can do that too. Please visit our press release writing section to get started now.
A. Yes, there is an area to upload your logo or image on our order page, and for videos, simply paste your YouTube or Vimeo vieo link at the end of the press release body.
A. Yes, we provide unbranded press releases along with private label press releases for agencies and individuals. Please see our white label pricing page.
A. We can remove it from our website but once it has been distributed, we cannot change or remove it from the sites that pick it up.
A. We only accept press releases with headlines that are news worthy. If you submit a press release with a headline that is deemed not news worthy, it may cause delays and we reserve the right to change the headline. Please read our guidelines.
A. Yes and no. Free ones are but paid press release distribution works. Read more