Those in the business of building an online presence for their clients via press releases will rejoice in January as PRUnderground adds even more tools and functions to it’s social media press release distribution site; a site which already boasts results on Google within five minutes.
New York, NY (PRUnderground) November 29th, 2011
PRUnderground plans to start off the new year with a newly revamped website designed to make the jobs of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Public Relations (PR) firms, as well as DIY’ers, easier. With numerous added functionalities organized in a more cohesive manner, the site hopes to answer the requests of its many B2B clients.
Traditional press releases are targeted at gaining actual press coverage, while the social media press release targets the readers directly and through the online avenues they interact with on a daily basis (i.e. Social Media). The social media press release is also designed to drive traffic to the client’s website and/ or social media profiles, which in turn improves the SEO of said sites and profiles. Naturally, this social media press release has attracted SEO and PR professionals seeking to submit releases on their client’s behalf.
Google’s new Panda update has forever changed how SEO companies get results. Gone are the days of ranking with proper title tags, meta description and content. SEO now involves social media engagement and branding. PRUndergrounds SEO releases helps your clients accomplish this.
“We started realizing that many of our clients were actually coming to us on behalf of their own clients, and they were making suggestions about what our site should offer for them. We answered them by integrating their requests into our new site,” says Alex Miranda of PRUnderground.
Some of the site’s new features include:
- Unlimited newsrooms with one account – SEO companies can create as many newsrooms as they want for multiple clients
- Unlimited press releases with one account – They can send out as many press releases as they want
- Ability to create, save and edit all releases even after they are published
- Save all information for each company so that they do not have to add the info over and over again
- Receive member only incentives
- Order History
Already capitalizing on PRUnderground’s existing results-driven presence online, PR and SEO professionals will continue to have their client’s releases show up on the first page of Google within 5 minutes for less than $20. “[PRUnderground] social media press releases are so cutting edge that I recommend them to anyone who wants to rank on top of Google,” states Inna Shamis, a PR guru. Miranda goes on to add, “PRUnderground is constantly seeking to be on the forefront of Social SEO-Driven PR. We are a syndicated Google news source and our clients are able to target hard to find keywords, as well as rank higher in search engines just by choosing to release through us. Now we are just making it easier for the professionals to manage and submit their clients’ releases.”
For more information about submitting a press release or to be added to the mailing list so you can be notified of when the new design launches, please visit www.PRUnderground.com
PRUnderground, founded in 2008, is a social media press release distribution site offering clients a way to make the first page of Google within 5 minutes and for under $20.PRUnderground is known for its cutting edge and affordable services. More information can be obtained from the website at http://www.prunderground.com
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