BigNews.biz today releases online tutorial on how to write a press release Popular press release distribution service launches instructional Web tutorial to help small businesses in the antiques & collectibles trade, easily create news releases.
News-Antique.com - Sep 09,2008 - Garden City, New York - September 9, 2008 - BigNews.biz (http://bignews.biz/blog/?p=13) today released a new instructional Web tutorial to help small businesses and organizations in the antiques and collectibles trade, create news / press releases for distribution to the public and the media. The new service was launched after the site received numerous requests from users who could not afford to hire a public relations professional, but still wanted to tap into the benefits of online press release distribution.
Press releases, also known as media and news releases are created by companies, organizations and individuals to inform the public and the media about recent important news events. Releases distributed online and directly to the media can generate significant Web traffic, customers and build brand recognition for businesses that use them on a regular basis as a part of their overall marketing strategy.
The new BigNews.biz tutorial breaks down each part of a standard press release into it's key components. To create a press release the user simply follows the step by step instructions and the end result is a press release that is ready for distribution.
"Press releases can have a very positive affect on the companies that understand how to create and distribute them." said Phillip Davies President of BigNews.biz "Our new tutorial is designed to give businesses and individuals the instructions they need to get their news out to the public and the media."
A public relations and Internet marketing firm with over 14 years of experience in online PR. The company also designs and sells software for building press release and news distribution sites. The founders have over 18 years of experience working for news media companies such as the LA Times, The Associated Press and Newsday.