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Yes! you will receive a PDF document with the live URLs to your published article(s) on various media and news platforms.
Fox 21, NBC 2, USA Today AZ Central, CBS KUTV2, Google News, Ask.com, Digital Journal, CBS WBOC, NBC 21, FOX 40, NBC 3 WRCB TW, Fox 34, NBC WRDE Coast TV, NBC 29, Tulsa CW, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Daily Herald, Times Record, The Punxsutawney Spirit, The Inyo Register, The Chronicle Journal, 1007 The Score, Doublet 973, 93.7 The Eagle, The Drive 929, Talk 1170 Radio, K-Hits 1069, HTV 10, News on 6, 2 News, 98.5 KVOO, News 9, Big Country 99.5, Lubbock CW, Magic 106.5, My Lubbock TV, NCN News Central, NCN News Omaha & Lincoln, NCN News Mid Plains, NCN News Northeast Nebraska, NCN News Panhandle, NCN News Platte Valley, NCN News Southeast Nebraska, Oldics 97.7, RFD TV, 96.9 The Bull, SNN News, Telemundo Lubbock, Weny News, Erie News Now, 1077.7 Yes FM, News OK, Marketplace, Minyanville, Malvern Daily Record, Sweetwater Reporter, My Mother Lode, Poteau Daily News, Decatur Daily Democrat, Deer Park Tribune, The Ridgway Record, Antlers American, Wapakoneta Daily News, Starkville Daily News, The Buffalo News, The Saline Courier, The Kane Republican, SM Daily Press, The Community Post, AZ Central Finance, The Evening Leader, One Observer News Enterprise, Fat Pitch Financials, Daily Times Leader, Post & Mail, Wall Street Select, Morning News, Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel, Mammoth Times, Big Spring Herald, Borger News-Herald, Carolina Reporter & News, Financial Content, Statesman Examiner, Menlo Park, Corte Madera, San Rafael, San Anselmo, Santa Clara, Walnut Creek Guide, Daily City, Mill Valley, Livermore, Danville, Pleasanton, The Pilot News
Please note that these sites are subject to change without notice, and this list may not be updated to reflect the changes immediately.
We will need at least a 500 x 500 px image, 72 dpi, jpg, png, or pdf. If you are not sure about the image you have, send it to us and we will do the necessary edits to make it compliant.
You won’t be published to the main website (for example fox.com) as those are reserved for national headline news. But you will be published to local affiliates such as FOX 21, FOX 34 etc which are the official sites for the TV stations. For example, FOX 34 is for channel 34 in a specific city and is part of the FOX news network and carries the exact same reputation..
It’s similar to getting published in a local newspaper.
As per Google’s best practice guidelines for press releases, we send them out as ‘nofollow’.
As with any news announcement, your article has a “shelf life” – the news gets “old”. The time it stays on a website is determined by each news site, and Brand Featured does not remove your press release at any time unless it violates our terms of service. Some news sites remove them after 2 years, some after 120 days. Some host them indefinitely. The fact that you have been featured will always be true and you can proudly claim that as long as you like.
Every business is different and a lot depends on how you use your media citations and where you use them so there’s no such thing as “typical results” Just know that here, you’re getting something that makes your prospects far more likely to choose you and that in itself will be enough for you to see that this was a very smart investment.
Unfortunately no, once it has been released it is in the hands of each news site that has published it.
You do have the option to reach out to each news station individually, but from our calculations it will cost you north of $4000 to publish on all the networks we have on our showcase.
Many writers require lengthy questionnaires from you that waste your time. We only require 3 things: your website, the topic you want the article to be about, and 1-2 quotes that best describe your business. We’ll do the research to form your article with just that information.
Yes, after we write the article we can go through up to 10 rounds of revisions before it’s published.
– The article must be between 200-500 words.
– Your article can have no more than 1 link per 100 words.
– The headline must include the company’s name.
– The article cannot be written like a sales pitch, it must be neutral/informational.
– The article must have a specific topic, no general articles allowed.
– Avoid bullet point lists or fragmented texts as they will not be accepted by some news outlets.
– Exclude contact info from the article as you will be uploading that separately.
– Must be in English.
YES! Absolutely. The links are 100% REAL and you’ll be able to see your quotes on these websites for yourself. This is exactly how all the BIG names get cited.
Big businesses have been using social proof like this for decades but until now, it’s been difficult for small/medium sized businesses to use the same conversion strategy.
Yes, once you’ve been published you can put it anywhere you like – on the cover of your book, ebook, or website. You can even tattoo it on your arm.
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How Press Releases helps your brand
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"As Seen On NBC, FOX, CBS, USA Today" is a must-have trust element proven to increase conversions and get you more sales.
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Each article will have links sending people back to your site. Backlinks are very important for ranking higher on Google, and you'll be getting 100+ trustworthy links instantly.
An article will typically get over 500 visits within the first day, and 10000+ over time. That means free organic traffic (and more sales) to your website.