Steve Stanley, known as The Press Release Guru, has done it again. Many people upset with his attack on the Free News Sites.
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/15/2013 -- Steve Stanley, aka The Press Release Guru, is at it again. His latest YouTube Video is a comical attempt to explain his stand against the Free Press Release News Sites. Steve has been producing a Series of Educational Animated Videos on Press Release Marketing, and this is the latest release. The Press Release Guru asserts that people are wasting their hard-earned cash by wrongfully thinking they will get results from the Free News Sites.
During a recent Press Conference, Steve had this to say: "Thank you all for coming down today at such short notice. Some of you seem to be taken aback by my continued slamming of the free press release news sites. What you fail to consider is the fact that I started out in the PR Distribution side of things by offering submission packages to these sites. Typically, a would-be internet marketer is enticed into purchasing software that will submit the Press Release to a bunch of sites. It would not be practical to manually submit a PR to all of the 70 or so free news sites, so the software is an easy solution, or so you would think".
Steve goes on to say: "There are many problems with this approach. The first is the "Captcha" which has to be filled out, or it’s over right there. Even if your software will solve the Captcha Codes, these sites are now adding a mathematical question, which the software will not solve, and that will stop the submission in its tracks. Next, if there is any question about the profile or contact info the software has to create to make a submission, the software will just skip the site. You guys want more? Most of these free news sites will only let you have one live link in the contact area, unless you want to pay extra per live link. Well, that makes the free not so free anymore."
Another problem Steve brought to light is the fact that the software will issue a Submission Report that shows where the Press Release was submitted. When you try to verify these submissions, it turns out that many of them are erroneous. The gist of The Press Release Guru’s comments is that for a small fee, hundreds and hundreds of links can be created, and the Press Release will be found on authentic news sites, blogs, radio and tv media and even social media. This is clearly the way to go.
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