eReleases Brings the Gift to Its Own Birthday Party

BALTIMORE, Oct. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — There’s nothing unlucky about the number 13 for eReleases ([1]), the leader in affordable press release writing and distribution. The company is celebrating its 13th anniversary this month by offering a $130 discount on its press release distribution service through October.

The discount brings the eReleases press release distribution service to just $319 for a 500-word press release sent to news outlets nationwide, including delivery to two trade target categories. That’s a full 29% off the company’s regular fee of $449. All press releases distributed through eReleases are also distributed via PR Newswire, the largest and most respected newswire for press releases, and the service includes SEO enhancements, proof of widespread distribution and a personalized eNewsroom at no additional charge.

eReleases founder Mickie Kennedy built eReleases from the ground up, spending his first year in business building a 100% opt-in distribution list of journalists. That list has since grown to over 100,000 subscribers interested in receiving news from eReleases. Kennedy also entered into a partnership with PR Newswire, allowing eReleases customers to take advantage of the tier-1 service. The company steadily expanded as more businesses had success distributing press releases through eReleases, and Kennedy now employs a team of editors to ensure every press release is newswire-ready.

“We put our heads together to figure out what we could do to celebrate our 13-year milestone, and it made sense to say thank you by discounting our service,” stated Kennedy. “PR Newswire distribution alone normally costs many hundreds of dollars independently of eReleases, so we’re extremely pleased to be able to offer such a good value to our customers.”

The special discounted rate for eReleases press release distribution will be available only through October and does not include the company’s press release writing service. Businesses, entrepreneurs and more may take advantage of the anniversary rate at[2].

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