• What is PRSplash?

    PRSplash is a press release submission site on which anyone can upload releases. The site has both free and paid options and allows you to keep an eye on and edit your press releases after you have submitted them.

  • How do I submit a press release?

    Submitting a release is easy. Simply log on using your membership details and then access our Submit Press Releases page. If you haven't already signed up, don't worry, anyone can register for free membership and the process is quick and straightforward. Once you're logged in, all you have to do is fill out the fields required in order to submit your press release.

  • What should I put in the release?

    Press releases require a headline or title, your contact information, the release itself, an 'author box' which will contain some information about the person writing the release and a category. You can also choose to provide us with a 'snippet' which will act as a general summary for your release and some keywords which can make your release easier for people to find.

  • What are the differences between paid and free options?

    At the top of the submission form you will notice three payment options. The free option is our most standard release and does not allow links to be posted in the press release, snippet or the author box. Our SEO press release is the first paid option and allows you to post links in both your press release and your author box. Our premium service, the Featured press release, allows you to post links in your release as well as guaranteeing it a featured place on our homepage and on various other pages throughout the site. All payments will be via Paypal making them simple and secure.

  • How do include a link in my press release?
  • Links should be keyword-focused — ideally they should be placed on anchor text containing your keyword and link through to a page that contains the keyword in its URL.

    For example, with the keyword 'PRSplash', your link should look like this:

    <a href="" title="PRSplash">PRSplash</a>