Full Writing Service with Interview by PR Pro
Full Press Release Writing Service working with a PR Pro on our staff. (See features overview below, this page.)
Full Press Release Writing Service:
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Includes composition of your news release from scratch with phone interview and multiple drafts. You work with an accredited, U.S.-based, PR pro; not some copy-editor or cookie-cutter “writer” using a word processor template and doing nothing more than filling in the blanks. Trust our experienced staff to do it right.
We ask for two to three full working days to complete a full press release writing plan. We ask for at least one (1) full working day to perform a revision/rewrite service plan, and this can take longer if we’re busy, or depending on how long it takes you to respond to queries from our staff writer. If trying to meet a specific deadline, please inquire in advance – all writing services will always take at least one working day.
Press Release Writing Complete Information:
Click/tap the button below to read about our writing services, and the step-by-step process of what we do, our 30+ years experience, and professional team; plus examples of client projects.View Writing Plans
Where to Provide Project Information:
You specify information for our writer on our simple Project Form after checkout (payment) is completed. You can provide confidential info (such as pre-release of new product), and link to your website, and any other info you want the writer to have before she calls you.
Press Release Distribution
The full writing service does not include push to the media, but you can add that option at any time, including after you sign-off on your final copy. Budget online plans start at $49, and national distribution starts at $199.View Plan Features
ALL SERVICES are offered subject to our Terms of Service (TOS) and are non-refundable (not offered “on approval”). We will generally write to AP Style; however you can request we not follow this industry practice, if you have good reason for us not to do so. A press release is not an article or blog post, and so we write your news as a proper announcement intended for the media and not as an advertorial.