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Today marks the launch of Pressitt.com, we had a brief mention in PR Week last week and now the team are getting word out about the public beta launch.
From the site:
Pressitt allows you to create your own social media news release (SMNR) – also known as a social media press release (SMPR) or social media release (SMR), and publish it to an online community of journalists, the blogosphere and the general public.
Many journalists use the Internet as their primary research source when compiling a story. Pressitt SMNRs are designed primarily with journalists and bloggers in mind. A Pressitt SMPR encapsulates all the information, multimedia and images needed to prepare a story, and offers contact details for more information, all without the usual PR fluff.
Through Pressitt, you can create news that is truly ‘social’, as well as enhance your SMNR with images and video clips. You can also add relevant links, upload PowerPoint presentations, PDFs, or whatever you need to get your message across.
We think it looks so good, we’ve alsoo submitted it to 101 Best Websites – it’s a blatant plug, but you’ve got to try! 🙂
It’s been three weeks since we launched 101 Best Websites and we’ve been a bit rubbish at keeping this updated with news! Firstly, the site is going well we’ve had over a sixty submissions and over a hundred followers on our Twitter feed… Now we just need to get the word out some more and continue to tweak the site and continually improve it.
Remember, the site isn’t just a CSS showcase site, you can also submit your favourite DOM/AJAX and Flash sites:
We hope you like the site and will continue to support it, tell your friends!
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