Only if you wrote it and it doesn't just lead to another website.
by Susie Lehto 9 months ago
This articles was publish Oct 9 2016."INTERNAL STRATEGY DOCUMENTS and emails among Clinton staffers shed light on friendly and highly useful relationships between the campaign and various members of the U.S. media, as well as the campaign’s strategies for manipulating those relationships.The...
by Ultimate Hubber 7 years ago
Role of press releases in internet marketing?
by Nira Perkins 4 years ago
Are press releases good or bad for advertising an online business?I've heard they are good for backlinks and some people will actually read them but I've also heard that the backlinks on press releases are not considered very good.
by Tony Lawrence 7 years ago
While HopHopping this morning, I came across several examples of press releases that had just been copied and pasted from wherever their original source is.I don't see anything under Flag that specifically mentions this. I assume these should be flagged, but with what reason?
by OLYHOOCH 5 years ago
I don't care, WHO, wrote this. It DESERVES A RE-PRINT, for those of you that did not see it. WASHINGTON POST HITS OBAMA Finally, the Washington Post speaks out on Obama! This is very brutal, timely though. As I'm sure you know, the Washington Post newspaper has a reputation for being extremely...
by William Kovacic 4 years ago
What is the proper way to create a press release?What is the proper way to create a press release? Are there templates I can use, or do I just go from scratch? It needs to be professional, but having never done this, I have no idea as to where I should start. Thanks in advance.
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