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A "Real Name" Culture and Your Privacy

An important element in developing trust with readers of a press releases is using an actual contact's real name and business name. Readers want to know who is issuing the press release. Journalist doing research on your business prefer having a direct contact person to reach out to.

The "nofollow" Debate

Recently there has been a lot of information from many sources regarding links from press releases and if they should include the rel=nofollow HTML tag. Marking a link as rel=nofollow tells search engines, such as Google and Bing, that the link should not be considered as a factor when ranking a target web site.

Announcing Enhanced Full-Text Syndication.

Today SBWire launched a new option for online press release distribution that provides full-text syndication of your press release throughout our syndication network.

Fakers Beware: SBWire Announces Trust Initiative

A message from Daniel Jones, President of SBWire: I spent a good portion of my career as a journalist, so I understand how important it is that our news comes from reliable, trustworthy sources. Now, as head of SBWire, I am fully aware that press release distribution services like ours must play a role in maintaining news quality. This is why we are launching our new Trust Initiative

New Delivery Reports For SBWire CRM

Today we launched an update to SBWire CRM to provide detailed delivery reports. Now when a press release distribution order is completed, you will be able to quickly see which of your media contacts successfully received your press release.