PR Newswire is a media distribution platform for businesses. PR Newswire solutions include media monitoring, content distribution and creative services. Businesses can use PR Newswire to craft and distribute press releases.
PR Newswire Pricing:
PR Newswire does not list pricing on their website. A comprehensive 2017 pricing list of their products can be found here. You can contact PR Newswire here to get a tailored quote based on your business needs.
PR Newswire Summary:
Pros: Great tagging feature and superb ability to generate accurate reports quickly.
Cons: The search box is very restrictive and could be more intuitive.
Bottomline: Excellent solution that effectively manages the distribution of online media.
PR Newswire Key Information:
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1 (888) 776-0942
350 Hudson Street, Suite 300, New York City, New York 10014, USA
PR Newswire FAQs:
Is there a PR Newswire free trial?
A demo is available here. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required.
Where can I find the PR Newswire login?
You can go to www.prnewswire.com and find the “Login” at the top right corner of the homepage.
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Reviews of PR Newswire:
I would regularly recommend PRWeb over PRNewswire because you get much better SEO tools regardless of the cost, which happens to be much, much less. I would only recommend PR Newswire if a client was announcing national breaking news, or the client was a multinational corporation and people might be surprised the corporation can’t afford PR Newswire.
A year or so I tried PR Newswire (which was tremendously expensive) and got no real pick-up. Granted, that was promoting a theatrical event whereas my latest release was promoting a niche children's book.
PR Newswire managed to include the comma in the YouTube URL which corrupted the URL and made it not work. (Curiously, they didn't have the same problem on the Yahoo! link which also had a comma after it.) The biggest problem with PR Newswire's web press releases is that most of the sites that pick them up don't manage to preserve the link at all.