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Add press releases
Add media files
North American media database
Online and print news monitoring
Customizable daily email news alerts
Charts and analytics
Social news monitoring
Campaign and project management
HARO Premium access
Powerful analytics and benchmarking tools
Centralized collateral management
Global media database and monitoring
Phone and email support
Cision saves time because it saves all of your contacts and publications in lists that you create. We separate them by key factors such as clients, industries, locations, etc. so that we always know where to find them. It is also helpful that Cision provides contact information for the personnel in the system as well as outlet information. Our clients ask for descriptions of the outlets, as well as the number of print subscribers and monthly website visitors so it is great to have this information on hand.
Pros : Cision makes it very easy to send out press releases and other announcements to a select group of contacts. It's also very easy to train new employees to use the system because it is intuitive and allows users to search according to geography, a contact's name, outlet, focus, title, etc. I like that I can easily find my lists and look back at previous distributions. I like that Cision provides a support team so that I can call them with any questions or problems that I may have.
Cons : I don't like that if you accidentally make an error while saving a list, there is no way to go back and edit the list to a previous version. This makes it difficult if you or a colleague make an error within a list or delete a list by accident. I also wish it was easier to add contacts once you are in the process of sending out a distribution. Cision requires you to know the exact spelling of the person's name in order to search for them if you want to add someone last minute who is not currently in your list. Cision is sometimes picky in the way that you use the search function. For instance, if a magazine has & in the title, Cision will not always find it if you spell out 'and'. Having to know the exact title makes the search process a bit more cumbersome.
Thursday 13 March 2014
What we liked: • PressKing’s UI is incredibly intuitive• Support reps personally help users who need guidance when getting started• Press rooms are completely customizable• Real-time analytics show who has been visiting a company’s press room and where they were coming from What we didn’t like: • PressKing’s Fixed Rate plan for press release creation may be too expensive for startups to affordMore about PressKing
Monday 22 July 2013
What do you like best?We use Vocus for the PR Web news release distribution. Creating and customizing the news release is very simple and the posting process is straight forward. What do you dislike?Though we have their "marketing dashboard" as well, I haven't found it as useful as some other social media monitoring tools. It's a relatively new feature, so as time goes on I'm sure it it will mature.More about Cision PR
Saturday 28 August 2010
Pressdoc makes it easy to tell how many people have viewed your social media release with extensive analytics tools available to all users. The application also creates a one-stop shop for journalists looking for background information on your company, since all your releases will be posted in one centralized place that’s easy to find. For any business without a full-time publicist on staff, Pressdoc is a tool that can help companies get noticed by reporters and bloggers all over the world.More about Pr.co
Monday 30 November -1
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