I wrote a press release over the weekend for Nameseek in order to try to generate some more interest and awareness. Press releases are a good way to spread the word about your website or product, and also depending on the way you distribute it, it could be picked up by some of the worlds largest media outlets.
There are a number of websites that allow you to create and distribute your news, though I signed up to a free press release website called PRlog. PRlog offer the same service as most websites, including…
- Free press release submission with preview
- Free press release distribution (Google News* + Others)
- Submission to publication within 24 hours (Typical)
- Search engine optimized dedicated webpage
- Automatic PDF version generation
- Links inside the body and in the contacts section
- Logo, product image or any other picture
- Tag based formatting
- Schedule up to 1 month in advance.
- Password protection lets you share before release.
- Free account to manage your press releases from one place
- Edit or delete your press releases
- Multiple categories & tags (keywords)
- Spam protection on your email address
- Visitor statistics
- Unlimited unique press releases
- Customizable timezone
It is as easy as signing up, filling out your company/website details, writing your release and submitting it. A few hours later after the release is reviewed you will get a confirmation mail and the release will be distributed.
The release is as follows:
Domain name trading has bestowed sizable profits to hundreds of business savvy individuals across the world in recent years. NameSeek now gives Australian’s the opportunity to trade their own domain names after recent policy changes.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jun 29, 2008 - To coincide with changes in the Australian domain name transfers policy, we are proud to introduce NameSeek, the Australian Domain Name Aftermarket, opening Australian’s up to a world of trading possibilities by allowing you to buy and sell that potential money making domain name you have been sitting on.
NameSeek.com.au allows users to buy and sell domain names and websites, offering users free domain name listings, enabling them to manage their entire domain portfolio online.
Users are able to categorize their domains for sale and also supply “Minimum offer” and “Asking price” values for each domain listed. Once a sale is agreed, funds can be easily transferred using PayPal and transactions can be securely finalised via Escrow.
Coming from a background in the web design and development industry, NameSeek founder Daniel Felice has been tracking domain name sales around the globe for a number of years. Seeing the enormous potential for high sales in the Australian domain name market he was more then eager to open a secure auctioneering environment to benefit both customer and consumer.
NameSeek has a team of highly skilled industry specialists, including a marketing manager to boost site awareness and to build relationships with the Australian domain name industry.
We are looking forward to bright future, aiming to be Australia’s number 1 domain name aftermarket and to provide a safe and friendly venue for our Australian audience.
For more information on Australia’s domain name aftermarket visit http://www.nameseek.com.au or contact Daniel Felice.