LOS ANGELES, CA - 12/28/2018 (PRDistribution.com)
Every business/organization that needs to share news or any information utilize the help of press release distribution companies in this era. However, the task of finding a suitable distribution company that can actually bring a high return on investment(ROI) is rather a hard job.
However, there are a few companies that are experienced and had helped over thousands of companies with their PR distribution. PRWeb is one of them, owned by a corporation named Cision.
First-time customers need to visit and signup to create an account. After creating the account, they will be forwarded to a page where they can choose from four different press release distribution plans starting from $99 to their most expensive Premium Plan which costs $389 for a single PR(Press Release) distribution.
There are add-ons to amplify the message with the SocialPost add-on which to reach PRWeb industry-focused Twitter newsfeed. On top of the distribution cost, adding an additional $199 will include industry-specific journalist list by Cision. Priority distribution within a 4-hour deadline amounts to a $99 fee.
Once the distribution plan is selected, the payment page will ask for the Credit Card information and from there, they will be able to upload the press release. Hopefully, the customer will be their customer service department within a few days to the status of your press release.
PRDistribution.com, a competitor of PRWeb, offers a simple way of submitting and making your press release live in 48 hours of submission without the extra hassle. The process is both simple, time efficient resulting in a world-class distribution service. With them, distribution can be made to more than 400 media outlets including top-tier newswire like ABC, CBS, FOC, NBC, AP, Bloomberg etc.
Submitting a press release on PRWeb takes a lot of time and there are no guarantees about the distribution channels as well. Whereas PRDistribution.com has made press release submission a 5 minutes process and their customers get a comprehensive distribution report within 48 business hours. For more information, click here.