About Tara Geissinger

Tara Geissinger

I am Co-Founder of Online PR Media, passionate about marketing an visibility and absolutely loving all of the experiences and people that the internet brings together. I am also a mom to 8-year-old triplets. Life is busy, but satisfying and fun too! I wouldn't change a thing!

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Publicity Marketing 101: How To Write A Rocking Query Letter That Lands Gigs

Publicity Marketing 101: How To Write A Rocking Query Letter That Lands Gigs

Posted on 04. Aug, 2014 .

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Nothing conveys authority like having your name listed as the author of an expert article in a magazine or trade publication. You know things about your specialty that others want to know. You have a lot of knowledge and years of experience in your industry. But there’s a good chance you’re discounting both, and that [...]

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Separating Fact From Fiction: 5 Press Release Myths Debunked!

Separating Fact From Fiction: 5 Press Release Myths Debunked!

Posted on 30. Jul, 2014 .

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We’ve been running an online press release distribution service for years. In that time, we’ve seen our share of misconceptions about how to write and publish press releases, and how to use them to grow a business. Unfortunately, a lot of those misconceptions haven’t gone away. They’re still out there, confusing and discouraging folks. Today, [...]

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6 Easy Ways To Diversify The Anchor Text In Your Press Releases

6 Easy Ways To Diversify The Anchor Text In Your Press Releases

Posted on 08. Jul, 2014 .

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Let’s face it. Using online press releases to improve your site’s rankings in Google is no longer simple. The days of sending out PRs with links using the same 2 or 3 exact match keywords are long gone. Now, you have to mix up your anchor text to stay in Google’s good graces. Do it [...]

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How To Start Your Online Press Releases To Grab Maximum Attention

How To Start Your Online Press Releases To Grab Maximum Attention

Posted on 03. Jun, 2014 .

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Editors, journalists, and bloggers are insanely busy these days. Not only must they keep on top of new stories and take a hands-on approach to the content that gets published, but they often receive hundreds of press releases each month. Their time is limited. There’s rarely enough of it available to get everything done. That’s [...]

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How To Use Social Bookmarking To Give Your Online Press Releases More Exposure

How To Use Social Bookmarking To Give Your Online Press Releases More Exposure

Posted on 29. Apr, 2014 .

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The more exposure your online press releases receive, the better. More exposure means more links and social shares, better search engine rankings, and ultimately more visitors to your site. Increased site traffic means you’ll have more opportunities to convert folks to customers. You might just turn some of them into raving fans, the type of [...]

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No-Follow Links Vs. Do-Follow Links: What’s The Difference?

No-Follow Links Vs. Do-Follow Links: What’s The Difference?

Posted on 18. Apr, 2014 .

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Last year, Google made an update to its webmaster guidelines that addresses anchor text links in press releases. The company noted that such links were unnatural and similar to advertisements. Google went on to say that the links should therefore be “no-followed.” (You can view the webmaster guidelines here.) The press release distribution system here [...]

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Reality Check: Are Your Online Press Releases Truly Helping Your Business?

Reality Check: Are Your Online Press Releases Truly Helping Your Business?

Posted on 17. Feb, 2014 .

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Publishing press releases online is one of those marketing tactics that few people question. It’s like building a website for your business. You assume you need to do it. The idea of not doing it never crosses your mind. But it’s worth asking a simple question: are your press releases having a positive effect on [...]

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5 Types Of Content That Position You As An Industry Expert

5 Types Of Content That Position You As An Industry Expert

Posted on 21. Jan, 2014 .

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The mantra of webmasters used to be “content is king.” Now that blogging platforms and social media sites have given everyone the tools to instantly publish their (often random) thoughts, the mantra has become “great content is king.” But even great content may not be enough to stake your claim as an expert in your [...]

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Press Release Optimization: The Busy Marketer’s 5-Minute Checklist

Press Release Optimization: The Busy Marketer’s 5-Minute Checklist

Posted on 14. Jan, 2014 .

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When it comes to online press releases, you need a checklist. Working from one will make you more efficient. It doesn’t matter if your list includes 5 steps or 50 steps. The important thing is that you can go through it, one item at a time, and make sure you’re not missing a critical piece [...]

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How To Build Links For Maximum Value Post-Penguin

How To Build Links For Maximum Value Post-Penguin

Posted on 07. Jan, 2014 .

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With the 4th Penguin iteration (Penguin 2.0) having worked its way through most of Google’s index, data has surfaced showing its effects. We can now see who got hit, who made out like bandits, and who missed the entire shootout. We also have a better idea regarding what Google wants in terms of how people [...]

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Boost Your Post-Penguin Link Profile By Chasing High-Value Links

Boost Your Post-Penguin Link Profile By Chasing High-Value Links

Posted on 31. Dec, 2013 .

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Penguin 2.0 (P2.0) has officially been driving Google’s search results for a few months now, and we’re finally starting to see useful data bubble to the surface. As usually happens when Google updates its algorithm, conjecture runs wild. Matt Cutts typically releases a blog post or video, which sends the speculation meter off the charts. [...]

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6 Tips to Translate & Localize Press Releases Faster, Cheaper and Better – Guest Post

Posted on 18. Nov, 2013 .

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The need to deliver PR services and solutions internationally has exploded. With this comes particular demands as PRs venture into new and foreign lands. When your PR activity takes you onto the international stage, you will need to have your press releases ready in different languages and that means translation. It is rare that PR [...]

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Amazon Demonstrates How To Get More Mileage From Your Press Releases

Posted on 05. Nov, 2013 .

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With the introduction of e-readers, Amazon has changed the way we read books. No longer do we hold them in our hands, prying open the pages in order to read near the spine. Today, we download them onto our Kindles, and carry our entire libraries with us. Amazon is now changing the way we publish [...]

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Media Interview

Refresh Your PR Efforts With An Interview – Guest Post

Posted on 01. Nov, 2013 .

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Anyone in the PR business knows that blogging and content creation are great promotional tools. On-trend PR professionals also know that these efforts can easily become stale. With the golden goal of PR to be to come off as attractive (not pushy), it can be difficult to go off track and try something new. However, [...]

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Penguin 2.0, Link Velocity, And What It Means For Your Online Press Releases

Posted on 14. Oct, 2013 .

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There used to be a time when each link you pointed at your site would send link juice your way. The more you had, the better you ranked. Ten links outranked 5, and 20 outranked 10. So, a lot of folks began emailing webmasters, asking them to link to their sites. Some of us figured [...]

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