Oh, the places you will go! PRWeb expands its distribution network with the addition of partner Digital Journal
Ready for some great news? Digital Journal is the newest edition to PRWeb’s distribution network as of February this year. With almost a quarter million unique monthly visitors, Digital Journal is an alternative news network for people who want to read news, contribute to reporting, debate and discuss news and events from around the world.
PRWeb will provide Digital Journal with a custom feed of our Advanced and Premium content for publication on their news network. PRWeb provides a valuable source of editorially reviewed content to its partners and PRWeb’s customers receive the benefit of increased distribution.
So what does this mean for you, our awesome PRWeb users? Simple—more visibility on relevant sites and the classification of your news releases as credible sources of fresh, newsworthy content.
Digital Journal is a social news site powered by people just like you. Made up of professional journalists, citizen journalists, bloggers, passionate writers and regular Joes and Janes, DigitalJournal.com covers news and issues of the day. Contributors are known as “Digital Journalists” and they work 24-7 to offer news from multiple perspectives, while special attention is placed on quality and accuracy. The site has Digital Journalists in 175 countries around the world.
PRWeb serves 30,000 customers – of which upwards of 80 percent are small- and medium-sized businesses. The service provides users with an easy to uses platform for distributing multimedia rich content with social sharing elements. PRWeb’s network makes online news releases available to more than 80 million unique visitors and 300,000 opt-in direct subscribers including reporters and bloggers.
Other recent distribution partners that PRWeb has announced include financial news content providers FinancialContent and the StreetInsider.com. For more information on becoming a PRWeb distribution partner, please visit the distribution partnerships page on PRWeb.com, where publishers can get free access to content via RSS as well as sign-up to become a full content partner.