Press Release Pricing Models

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The Pros and Cons of Different Press Release Pricing Models

Introduction

The price of a press release depends on which distribution service you choose, where they're sending it, and what extras you purchase. PRWeb charges $1 per word for standard text-only releases; PRWeb Pricing  with photos or video can cost up to $2 per word. If you want to include additional information like graphics or links to other sites, prices go up by $0.50 per word each time.

PRWeb Pricing

PRWeb is a great option for small businesses looking to get their name out there. It's also an excellent choice if you don't need to send your press release to many outlets and have a tight budget.

PRWeb pricing is based on the number of words in your press release, but they do offer some additional benefits that help make it more affordable than other services:

  • They provide free editing and formatting services for all customers (as long as you're willing to pay $15 per month). This means that if something goes wrong with one of their edits, they'll fix it for free! This can be especially helpful if something unexpected happens during production—like if someone accidentally deletes an entire paragraph while editing instead of just deleting part of it (which would require filling out an online form).

PRNewswire Pricing

PRNewswire Pricing is based on the number of words in your PRNewswire Pricing. Prices vary depending on whether you have a paid account or not, but most companies pay between $250 and $500 per 100 words to have their releases listed on PRNewswire.com (including images and video).

Marketwired Pricing

  • Marketwired Pricing

Marketwired is a paid press release distribution service that offers both pay-per-press release and subscription models. You can choose to pay per press release or pay a monthly subscription fee, which gives you access to all of their releases over the course of your chosen period. You can also purchase extras, like social media posts on Twitter and Facebook in addition to email delivery.

PRNewswire Cost

PRNewswire charges $199 for a basic release, $399 for a premium release, and $699 for a super premium release. The price of each is based on how many characters are in your press release (up to 200) and how long it will take you to write it.

PRNewswire also offers platinum packages that cost up to $999 per article. These packages include more quotes from experts than other companies offer, as well as more diagrams or graphics on the page if desired by the client.

Business Wire Pricing

Business Wire Pricing is based on the number of words in your Marketwired Pricing and how large the company you are sending your release to is. If a company has a lot of space, it can afford to pay more for its press release.

Business Wire Pricing also takes into account whether or not you want them to include an embargo date (a date when no one else can write about your news). The price varies depending on whether or not there's an embargo date (and if so, how long it lasts).

Press Release Pricing

Press release pricing depends on your distribution service. Some companies offer press releases for free, while others charge a small fee to distribute them. The price of a press release also depends on whether you're buying it in bulk (more than one) or single copies of the same release (one). If a company has a large volume of releases, then it may be cheaper for them to purchase from another source rather than buy directly from you.

The price of a press release depends on which distribution service you choose, where they're sending it, and what extras you purchase.

The price of a press release depends on which distribution service you choose, where they're sending it, and what extras you purchase.

The least expensive option is PRWeb, which costs $25 per month for up to 5 releases per month. After that, it goes up by $5 per additional release. If you want to send out more than five releases in one month (more than 250 words), however, this plan will cost $100 per month—not exactly cheap!

Business Wire Pricing

offers a similar pricing structure with slightly higher prices: $50 for up to five releases per month; then another $5 after that if there are more than four additional releases in one calendar year. A similar policy applies here as well: sending more than 250 words adds another charge of $30 each time!

Conclusion

If you're still not sure which pricing model is right for your company, there's no need to worry. Just ask your audience and look at the pros and cons of each before making a decision.

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