Garden City, NY, July 07, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- BigNews.biz today released their June list of the top free press release distribution sites on the Web. The four points that a site must meet to be included on the list are a) must be indexed by Google News, b) have an Alexa.com rank above or near 300,000, c) have Google Page Rank of 4 or higher and d) the site must be primarily free, however it may offer premium services for an additional fee.
After screening over 60 sites, 13 were selected for inclusion in the June list. Site owners or PR professionals who wish to submit a site (based on the 4 points outlined above) for inclusion in an upcoming list are encouraged to forward submissions to phil@BigNews.biz. The 2008 June list of sites can be viewed online at: http://www.BigNews.biz/blog
For PR professionals this monthly list will offer a invaluable tool for helping them to select sites to submit press releases to.
"It's a daunting task for folks in the public relations business to figure out which free online press release distribution sites are worth using." said Phillip Davies President of BigNews.biz "Our reason for creating this list was to give public relations professional what we think, is quality list of sites based on specific 3rd party criteria. Our hope is that this list will grow as people submit more sites for inclusion."
To view the list of the top free press release distribution sites, please visit: http://www.BigNews.biz/blog . Please note that BigNews.biz is not affiliated with Google, Alexa or any of the Web sites listed in the June list, unless otherwise noted. The list is provided as an editorial service for PR professional and BigNews.biz does not necessarily advocate the use of the listed sites.
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