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How Newspapers in Other Cities Help Your Firm

Posted on: May 31, 2011

Recently, Law Firm Newswire announced an expansion of their distribution network. Now, all press releases are published on websites like Business Insider, The Boston Globe, the San Francisco Chronicle’s sfgate.com, and 47 other major news outlets.

Shortly after the release, many Law Firm Newswire regulars asked us how a newspaper in another city is going to help their law firm.

Local newspapers now serve a national audience. As many people turn to Google News in the morning, they read a wide array of news stories from all over the world. San Francisco has 808,000 residents as of the last census. However, sfgate.com (San Francisco Chronicle) gets 1.5 million pageviews a day. The additional readers come from other states or countries and find interesting articles through news aggregators (like Google News). So, sfgate.com is serving content to readers in cities across the country, including yours.

The other value is in link building. When your press release is submitted with hyperlinked keyphrases, those links stay in place throughout the Law Firm Newswire distribution network. If your law offices are in Miami but your news release is published on the Kansas City Star’s website, that is still one more link pointing to your firm’s website.

The more places your news goes, the more it helps your law firm. With people sharing news on Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks, your news will be found by the right local audience.

Check out the new news distribution list at http://www.lawfirmnewswire.com/distribution/.

To learn about sending legal news, attorney press release distribution, lawyer podcasting, or press release writing, visit LawfirmNewswire.com.



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