PRWeb Reviews, Pricing, and Ratings

Learn about PRWeb’s media distribution service for businesses. Includes info on PRWeb, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on January 22nd, 2019

PRWeb is a media distribution platform for businesses. PRWeb’s solutions include online coverage, search visibility and PR services. Businesses can use PRWeb to distribute media and increase visibility online.

PRWeb Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing

Basic

$99.00

Standard

$189.00

Advanced

$289.00

Premium

$389.00

Prweb Reviews
PRWeb Summary:

Pros: Great press release distribution reports and extremely easy to use.

Cons: The user interface does not have spellcheck and autosave features.

Bottomline: Superb solution that streamlines press release operations.

PRWeb Key Information:

Founder

Dave McInnis

Year Founded

1997

Headquarters

Betsville, Maryland

CEO

Kevin Akeroyd (Cision)

Number of Employees

3,000+

Phone

1 (866) 640-6397

Address

12051 Indian Creek Court, Betsville, MD 20705, USA

Website

www.prweb.com

PRWeb FAQs:

What is PRWeb’s price range?

PRWeb plans range from $99.00 to $389.00 per month.

Is there a PRWeb free trial?

Unfortunately no free trial is available for PRWeb.

Where can I find the PRWeb login?

You can go to www.prweb.com and find the “Login” at the top right corner of the homepage.

What are some PRWeb alternatives?

Reviews of PRWeb:

Source

Review

Jessica Gomez - quora.com

My agency bought a subscription to PRWeb last year because there were several potential client cost benefits. There were several features that sold me on their service. Overall I would say dealing with the execution of their service was like dealing with the amateur hour of newswire services. We took a loss and stopped using them mid-year and had one of our clients specifically request not to use them for their account. Stick with MarketWire, PRNewswire and BusinessWire. I prefer BusinessWire, but I've used them all in various releases and they all have their benefits.

Robert Bethune - facebook.com

I think that it's an excellent idea and that they are definitely on the right track when it comes down to marketing and discovering your target audience. I give them 2 thumbs up.

JoAnn Forrester - facebook.com

Great idea. Good service. I use it for several of my services. I use it for several of my clients and will be using it for my talkshow...The Empress of Biz.

Terry Sachetti - facebook.com

I had a contract ending, and I had two press releases left to get out. So I rushed and put one out, then 4 days prior to the end of the contract I created the last press release. Realizing that it would end up going on a Monday morning, I called and asked if I could get it released on a Wed, a two day grace period. Brittany my rep calls and says I am sorry you lost your last press release due to the contract ending but would be more than happy to let it go out if I bought another contract or renewed the one that just expired. Why would I even ponder a new contract when I felt like I was just screwed over by losing my last press release?