Press releases are official statements issued by home improvement contractors to print, television and radio media. These statements or news releases may be purely factual and address a specific issue or concern, or they may be more promotional in nature.
Our contractor marketing consultants not only write press releases for your company, we have a large distribution list of major press release organizations as well as specializing in contacting your local media. Press Releases not only help generate local news, but are a powerful tool that helps the optimization of your website.
We say we do it quarterly, but we can do it monthly, weekly, or whenever you have company news that you want everyone to know about.
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