Succeeding with SEO Press Releases

6 Responses to Succeeding with SEO Press Releases

  1. Gina says:

    Appreciate this post. I’ve been meaning to experiment with press releases and Will try this out.

  2. Lynn M. says:

    Now that’s how you write a blog post, ladies and gents.

  3. Henry Arnold says:

    Never stuff your press release with a bunch of keywords or use anchor text that just doesn’t make sense. Google has been working diligently to make sure that articles are written for users and not search engines, so it’s best to try and optimize while still remaining natural.

  4. EVA says:

    The reason that press releases are so tricky is because they are typically centered on something that is timely. Press releases usually have a short shelf life. This makes SEO extremely important because you don’t have quite as much time to really make your way to the top of Google.

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