PR.com Review

Learn more about PR.com press release distribution service, along with pricing and frequently asked questions.

Updated on December 2nd, 2019

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PR.com is a free press release distribution service that helps small businesses attract new customers and gain visibility online via top search engines, websites, social media, blogging networks, and more.

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Pricing:

Plan Name

Pricing

Free

$0.00

Basic

$60.00

Mid

$100.00

Premium

$300.00

PR.com
Review:

Pros: Free press releases are distributed to general search engines, some 3rd party and news websites, and RSS feeds.

Cons: Free plan does not include distribution to premium websites.

Bottomline: A reliable service that enhances your online presence and helps you reach new customers.

Key Information:

Headquarters

Melville, New York

Number of Employees

11-50

President

Jason Manheim

Address

525 Broadhollow Road, Suite 10, Melville, NY 11747

Phone number

1 (516) 520-0000

Website

www.pr.com

FAQs:

How much does it cost to send a press release with PR.com?

It is free to send a press release with PR.com. PR.com also offers paid plans ranging from $60.00 to $300.00, depending on your needs.

How do I submit a free press release with PR.com?

First create a free account, sign in, and click "Submit Press Release" on the homepage.

Customer Reviews:

Connie Ragen Green

Reviewed: Jul 23, 2008

Source: Connie Ragen Green

I like PR.com because it is free. You can open up an account and send as many press releases as you like.

Lorraine

Reviewed: Nov 24, 2015

Source: Roundpeg.biz

Many websites exist which will distribute your press release for free. It can be time consuming to set up a profile on each site, so if you have limited time, I prefer PR.com.

Dean Collins

Reviewed: Dec 22, 2009

Source: Dean Collins

Just a quick warning about releasing press releases using PR.com ..... DONT USE YOUR REAL EMAIL ADDRESS.

I have received 30 pieces of spam from pr companies who have harvested my email address from the press release.

eeek! what was i thinking?