3 (More!) Tricks For Writing Knife-sharp Press Releases
You can add links to the footer/bottom of your release if you like, but I would also try and add them to the upper-body of your press release. Something within the text, like this:
"I wasn't too impressed with their barware," said Kyle Richardson, editor and promotional products blogger. "The screenprints were cheap, flaking off with a little scratching from my thumbnail."
Adding secondary links will not only help you market other parts of your company, but also boost your credibility and make you appear a little more technically savvy.
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