The press release distribution sites on the March 2010 list are an invaluable tool for organizations, businesses and individuals to gain publicity and drive traffic
Online PR News – 01-March-2010 – – Garden City, New York - March 1, 2010 - BigNews.biz today released the March 2010 list of the top 14 free press release distribution sites on the Web ( see: http://www.bignews.biz/blog/?p=6 ). The sites selected for the March list were carefully screened for inclusion based on 5 key criteria. To be considered for the list each site must.... a) be indexed by Google News, b) have an Alexa.com rank in the the top 50,000 sites on the Web, c) have Google Page Rank of 4/10 or higher, d) the site must be primarily free, however it may offer premium services for an additional fee, and e) the site processes submitted press releases in a timely manner.
After screening over 60 sites, 14 were selected for inclusion in the March 2010 list. For PR professionals, businesses, organizations and individuals looking for an effective and affordable way to get the attention of the media and the public, this month's list is an invaluable tool.
"These sites are an incredibly valuable tool for distributing news to the media, individuals and social media sites like twitter and facebook." said Phillip Davies President of BigNews.biz "Press releases distributed over these Web sites can drive an incredible amount of traffic and publicity to their users."
To view this month's list of the top free press release distribution sites, please visit: http://www.bignews.biz/blog/?p=6 . Please note that BigNews.biz is not affiliated with Google, Alexa or any of the Web sites listed in the March list, unless otherwise noted. The list is provided as an editorial service and BigNews.biz does not necessarily advocate the use of the listed sites.
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