openPR Review

Learn more about openPR press release distribution service, along with pricing, company info, and frequently asked questions.

Updated on October 4th, 2021

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openPR is a free press release distribution service based in Germany. The company provides an easy-to-use distribution service that helps your business reach a large number of decision-makers and policy-makers.

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Pricing:

Plan Name

Pricing

1 Free press release

€0.00

1 Credit (1 press release)

€19.00

10 Credits (10 press releases)

€59.00

30 Credits (30 press releases)

€69.00

50 Credits (50 press releases)

€79.00

100 Credits (100 press releases)

€119.00

500 Credits (500 press releases)

€399.00

OpenPR
Review:

Pros: Press releases are distributed to Google News, and various decision-makers and policy-makers worldwide.

Cons: Deletions or corrections cost €10.00. Maximum 1 free press release /mo.

Bottomline: openPR provides a fast and easy-to-use press release distribution service, along with analytics.

Key Information:

Legal Name

Einbock GmbH

Founding Date

Jan 01, 2004

Address

Prinzenstraße 1, Hannover, Germany

Number of Employees

22

Number of Customers

99

Email

service@openpr.de

Telephone

49 (511) 473-977-80

Website

https://www.openpr.com/

FAQs:

How much does it cost to send a press release with openPR?

It is free to send one press release per month with openPR. You can purchase credits if you need to send more. Prices range from €19.00 to €399.00.

How do I submit a free press release with openPR?

On the home page, select "Submit Press Release Free of Charge" at the top of the page. Enter your details and paste your press release in the blocks provided.

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