Get Publicity, Up to Thousands of Visitors and Hundreds of New Links

By admin1 • January 28th, 2011

Online press releases have only taken off in recent years. As a result, few people realize that they can be used for more than just attracting publicity. They’re also powerful tools to pull-in visitors to your site and backlinks from being published on websites that syndicate press releases.

And with tens of thousands of websites (always looking for new content to add), you can bet that a gigantic amount of backlinks are possible when you hit the right topic.

Another key benefit of online press releases is that they allow you to capture top rankings in the search engines. This is because the search engines value pages on the online newswires, such as or very highly.

So, when you post your press releases, you’re very likely to get ranked in many top search positions.

Press Equalizer is a software that gives you templates to create online press releases (specifically designed to pull in visitors and get search engine benefits) and then automatically submits your creations to dozens of free online newswires.

After using the software several times, I was very impressed with results. By hitting the right topic, then you can quickly accumulate hundreds of visitors and links.

Even less popular topics, provide at least some links and search engine benefits. The potential of being about to create press releases for all the keywords in a niche also hit me.

This is a simple way to be listed for practically all of the top terms in just about any market! For these reasons, Press Equalizer gets my highest recommendation. You need to be certain that follow the directions in the bonus manual and the claims on the website are easily achievable with a good topic. But, no matter what, you’re certain to get a nice boost in links from the

newswires alone.

John Kovanski


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