Time to wrap up the main training of Simple Press Release. You can catch up on the whole review starting with part 1.
The sales letter for Simple Press Release promised the following:
- Teach how to perform keyword research.
- Write a press release so it gets picked up.
- Show where to submit press releases so that Google pickes it up.
- Show how to promote your press release.
- Extra little tricks to get rankings and backlinks (that Google supposedly loves).
- And a whole lot more!
Let’s look at the promises one by one.
Welcome back to my IM product review for Simple Press Release. I took yesterday off due to baby-not-sleeping-omg-itis (trust me, it’s a real disease). But I’m back today with part 4 of the review, or you can go back to part 1,
part 2, or
So when we left our intrepid press release writer-wannabee — that would be me — I was feeling kind of frustrated. The main reason I wanted the program was to learn how to write press releases. That information was skimmed over in the training. I was leaning toward thinking I’d wasted my money.
Then yesterday I had a nice surprise in my inbox.
It’s time to tackle more of my IM product review of Simple Press Release. You can also catch up with part 1 or part 2.
We’d just left off with suggestions on outsourcing press releases. I was hoping that the next module would talk about how to write one. Well, it did … kind of.
I hope everyone had a great holiday. We actually got snow. That’s unusual for where I live. And now that it’s all over but the clean-up, I’m ready to start reviewing again.
Simple Press Release Review: The Website
As I said in part 1 of my IM product review, I purchased Simple Press Release and will be reviewing it as I implement. At the end of the review, I’ll let you know if it lives up to its promises.