Online news distribution service PRWeb announced they will launch a new and improved version of their website in July. The new PRWeb site will be packed with new features and tools helping users get more visibility for their news releases, while staying up to date with industry trends and accessing relevant resources.
PRWeb will reveal a better look and feel of their online identity, including the site design and a refresh of their logo, the new one being bolder and more modern looking. Here’s a quick preview of how the new PRWeb will look like:
But the design changes are less important than the new features that will be added starting July:
News Release Template – an example template that has been redesigned with a focus on visual elements, interactive features and better online performance. The new release template is also created in a such a way that allows to easily integrate more multimedia content, such as videos and images, which are known to grab attention and better engage readers.
News Center – this new way of publishing the news releases on the PRWeb site makes it easier for both visitors and search engines to find a certain story of interest. It benefits both release posters, as the gain better visibility, and those interesting in staying informed on specific industry fields.
Expert Resources – this is a comprehensive learning center featuring how-to articles, seminars, videos, all covering a specific topic – how to get the most out of a news release, which means gaining more visibility and generating an increasing number of leads.
Best Practice Case Studies – No one can teach you how to use PRWeb better than those who have already succeeded. Industry specific examples of success news releases will help new users perform better .
PRWeb promises this is just the beginning as they will keep adding new features to their news release service. To keep up with what’s new and find out what else they are planning on doing, check out their blog.
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