New York, NY, January 19, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- PR.com (www.PR.com) wants to promote EVERYTHING about your business. PR.com is a truly unique, ground-breaking Directory of Businesses, Products, Services, Jobs, Press Release Distribution and other business information, covering all industries. While competitors offer only a URL link and brief company description, PR.com’s goal is to create the world’s greatest promotional tool where businesses can build a full, one stop shop profile that includes:
Business Overview, History, Logo, Products, Services, Powerful Press Release Distribution
, All Contact Info, Press Kits, Executive Bios, Case Studies, Client List, Image Gallery, Job
Opportunities and more. Oh yeah, and you can easily enter all this information into PR.com’s database for FREE! Paid plans enjoy additional benefits such as more prominent placement of:
Company profile in the Business Directory; products and services in the Products & Services Directory; press releases in the Press Release Section and on the PR.com home page; and more free job postings.
Don’t have a website for your company? No problem! You can use your extensive PR.com Company Profile as your company's own website, with your own website address such as Business.PR.com/YourCompanyName. In addition, you still get a link to your website if you already have one.
“Our goal is to become the world’s virtual marketplace for people to interact, make business contacts, share information, find businesses, products, services, press releases, jobs, articles, reviews, interviews and more – a one stop shop for all your business needs.” states Jason Manheim, Founder and Editor in Chief of PR.com.
In addition, PR.com’s “Articles
” section does write ups of popular vacation spots, exceptional products and services, event coverage and in-depth celebrity interviews. According to Senior Editor Allison Kugel, “Pretty soon people will not have to pay $3.50 to read about their favorite celebrities or other topics of interest in a magazine. They can come to PR.com and read all of our interviews and articles for free!”
To learn more about how a business can benefit from PR.com and to sign up for a company profile:http://www.PR.com/promote-your-business