PRLog Reviews

View PRLog's press release distribution services for you business. Includes info on PRLog, free trials, customer reviews, pricing and FAQs.

Updated on May 15th, 2019

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PRLog is a provider of free press release distribution services. PRLog provides HTML links in the press release body, and distribution to a variety of news sites. There is a limit of two free press release submissions per day on PRLog, but all press releases submitted are instantly approved.

PRLog Pricing:

PRLog is a free service.

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PRLog Review:

Pros: Reliable, effective, free service. Easy to use.

Cons: Does not allow you to sign up with a Gmail account.

Bottomline: Enables your business to distribute press releases for free, and provides you with a job, business and expert directory as well.

PRLog Key Information:

Founded

2006

Headquarters

Austin, Texas, USA

Phone

1 (866) 285-5869

Email

prloginfo@gmail.com

Address

PO Box 170692, Austin, TX, United States 78717

Website

www.prlog.org

PRLog FAQs:

Is there a PRLog free trial?

PRLog is a free product.

Where can I find the PRLog login?

Visit www.prlog.org/pub/login.html to find the PRLog login.

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PRLog News & Activity:

At this time there is no news or activity for PR Log to report.

PRLog Reviews:

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Review

deana72 - dreamnotion.zhollis.com

PRLog has an okay reporting system. It gives you hits and the top 10 websites viewers came from to see the news, and searched words and phrases (Ruby, Flesh and Heart got keywords: Cinderella, story, and Kazakhstan?? the other two books didn’t display anything), and a chart that shows the activity for each day for last 40 days (The height of the bars corresponds to number of visitors).So, I’m gonna definitely use PRLog again. And hey, it’s free!!