Press Release Site Provides Strong Results for Clients in the Search Engines
Tempe, AZ -- (SBWire) -- 09/26/2011 --Wikipeers.com, a press release and news portal, is announcing their website that offers internet marketers a powerful platform to get quality exposure for their product or service.
According to a recent report by Matt Cutts of Google’s webspam team, press release marketing has become one of the most effective ways to aggregate back links to a website quickly, and the search engines weigh news-based material with increasing relevance as compared to other forms of written media.
“Comscore.com” recently reported that half of all internet users visit an online news site every month. While this statistic may seem unimpressive to the uninitiated, that means that over 15 billion people trust news sources for their information, and from a purely marketing perspective, trust those sources implicitly with their buying decisions.
It’s for this reason that savvy internet marketers make press release submissions a central hub to their marketing efforts. Press Releases can attract a highly targeted audience, generate substantial spikes in traffic, and even aggregate hundreds of high quality backlinks- all with one news story.
Wikipeers.com, which has recently been accepted by Google news as an official press release and news site, has been delivering unprecedented results for their clients since their introduction in January of 2010.
They offer a wide variety of topics and news stories and they only accept 3rd party press releases that maintain a high level of journalistic integrity:
“Wikipeers is a Lifestyle and Fashion publication for all ages,” says the website. “We work with an editorial and development team to ensure the highest standards will be implemented on the Site.”
Two case studies illustrate Wiki Peers efficacy with keyword targeting through press release marketing:
Case study 1:
Wikipeers was able to land on the first page of Google for the competitive keyword: “P90X” through a client’s press release hosted on their site. The search term yields 3.8 million results.
Case Study 2:
Wikipeers was able to secure the fourth spot in Google for the exceptionally competitive keyword: “Electronic cigarette” through a single press release that was hosted on their site. The search term yields 46.5 million results.
These findings are consistent for the majority of their clients as Wikipeers has shown strong relevance as a news site in the eyes of Google and the other major search engines.
Due to its growing popularity, professional interface and strong presence in the search engines, Wikipeers is expected to be one of the big names in press release and news marketing in 2012. To learn more about Wikipeers, or to submit a news story, please visit: http://www.wikipeers.com/
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