Google +1 Button Makes It Easier To Share Online Press Releases With Your Social Network
03/28/2012

Online press release distribution company, Online PR Media, now features the Google +1 button in the social networking sidebar of paid press release packages. This share button integrates into the Google+ social network -- making it even easier for businesses to share their news with a broad, yet highly targeted network.

Online PR News – 28-March-2012 – – LA QUINTA, CA -- Popular online press release company, Online PR Media, has made it even easier for readers to share news within their social network. Paid press releases published on the website have always featured a sidebar of quick links allowing readers to share press releases on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Digg, and more. With the recent addition of the Google +1 button, readers can now share releases via their Google profiles.

The Google +1 button is an easy way to publicly 'vote' for a piece of content online.
These Google 'votes' allow people to identify quality content based on the recommendations of those within their social networks.

Now, when a business "+1's" their press release published on Online PR Media, those following their recommendations will see the press release higher in the search results and noted as recommended.

We know that our customers publish releases with different goals in mind but each of them has two goals in common: visibility and conversion. That is why these press releases are so powerful. They attract attention from the media as well as the search engines and Google +1 will help our clients to further achieve those critical goals

More information on Google +1 can be found at: http://on.mash.to/eSA2Wm.

"The Google+ network is poised to be the next big social network for sharing and connecting online. We've always been committed to incorporating the most trending news sharing features at Online PR Media, so it was only natural that we add the Google +1 button to our published press releases to make it easier for readers to connect with their Google network," said Tara Geissinger, Co-Founder of Online PR Media.

Online PR Media was designed specifically to get the most visibility for its customer's news. Each published release is optimized for SEO -- with custom URLs, title tags and meta descriptions -- giving each news announcement the potential for excellent rankings in the search engines. In addition to specializing in SEO press releases, Online PR Media's press releases are designed with conversion in mind, with videos, images, downloadable files, real-time social media streaming, and an iFrame that allows readers to navigate the client's site without leaving the press release.

"We know that our customers publish releases with different goals in mind, but each of them has two goals in common: visibility and conversion. That is why these press releases are so powerful. They attract attention from the media as well as the search engines, and Google +1 will help our clients to further achieve those critical goals," said Christine O'Kelly, Co-Founder of Online PR Media.

The company is very active on Facebook and Twitter -- offering followers special deals and tips for writing stronger press releases. Find them on Facebook here: www.facebook.com/onlineprmedia" target="_blank" class="highlight_link">https://www.facebook.com/onlineprmedia or on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/#!/onlineprmedia.

About Online PR Media:
Online PR Media (http://www.onlineprmedia.com) is an SEO press release distribution service designed upon SEO and social media fundamental principles. Online PR Media supercharges traditional media press releases with multimedia, social media and search engine optimization to provide the most visibility for news releases. The company is passionate about providing tools and resources for business owners on writing press releases that get visibility in the search engines and deliver their messaging to the right people at the right time. More press release 'how to' tips and ideas are available on the company's blog at: http://www.onlineprnews.com/blog.

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