Good news. We made a handful of improvements to PRLeap’s media features designed to save you time.
Two weeks ago we unveiled the new PRLeap Publicity Report, providing you with a complete summary of where your press release was syndicated and how people engaged with your content, such as Likes, Tweets, Shares and Pins.
Two days ago I was reading the second edition of Traction by Gabriel Weinberg and Justin Mares, about how any startup can achieve explosive customer growth. I was happily reading along when I came across the following suggestion by Rand Fishkin, the founder of the popular SEO software company Moz:
(A better way to look at your results.)
A press release is not just about distribution, search visibility, earned media or traffic. It’s also about social media engagement. The all-new PRLeap Publicity Report provides a complete summary of all the ways people interact with your content, such as Likes, Tweets, Shares, or Pins – and where it was syndicated to.