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Improving SEO with Press Releases

Friday August 28, 2015

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the art of signaling to search engines that your site is the most relevant for a given keyword. It depends on two factors: onsite and offsite SEO.

Today we're focusing on onsite methods for improving SEO. Onsite SEO refers to all things on a webpage itself, ranging from the architecture of the site to meta descriptions and keywords. Thus, in order to have strong onsite SEO, there needs to be a continual stream of fresh content on a given site.

A key component to keeping an active website is press releases. Press releases give natural variation in sources of links and boost your link profile. They help provide numerous backlinks. Plus, it gets the word out about your brand. Above all, press releases improve domain authority, which translates to better rankings and increased traffic.

At Silicon Beach Digital, we're able to effectively write and publish press releases optimized for search engines. We engineer engaging, strategic PRs using an eye for metdata and keyword density. Our press releases are syndicated to thousands of publications, including newspaper, radio stations, online journals, and content partners such as the Associated Press and Google News. Some of the outlets our press releases are placed in include ABC 7 News, The Boston Global, Inside Bay Area, the Press Enterprise, Beyond the Down, Business Insurance, The Mercury News, and numerous others.

Plus, our press release are written by a team of professional, American based writers with years of experience in press release distribution. We recommend having at least 1 press release submitted per month.

This simple technique is an effective instrument in both SEO and branding your company. Interested? We are happy to provide samples of press releases upon request.

Maximize your online presence using press releases to get the word out about your brand today.

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