Free Press Release Distribution Services

Press releases can be a great way to get the word out about your new book, but if you don’t know where to start, the prices can be astronomical. Why not test out your releases before paying for premium distribution with these free services.

So you've written a press release for your most recent publishing endeavor. Now you just need to figure out how to distribute it to the media. A quick search will leave you inundated with options for press release distribution, many with long-term commitments and hefty price tags your fledgling business can't afford. Take heart. Here are some free and low-priced press release distribution alternatives for the cash-strapped publisher.

Express Press Release Distribution
EPR Network is known as one of the most trusted (human optimized, published, edited and monitored, spam/scam/low quality PR content free) PR sites on the web with more than 10,000 company and individual press releases distributed per month. Featured listings available for $29 per release.

Free Press Release
Add unlimited basic press release (up to 3,000 characters) free. Greater exposure and targeting options are available as reasonably priced upgrades.

Free of charge for basic inclusion. Premium inclusion ($120 per article per month) offers logo placement, product image, highlighted text on home, realtime statistics tracker,etc.

Accepts three press releases per company per day in English or in German. No premium or paid options.
Free press release distribution service. You must create a free account to submit. No premium or paid options.

Register for a free account to submit press releases for free. You an also upgrade your release to Express or Sponsored to get live backlinks and further visibility for $10-25.

ClickPress content is distributed by a number of world-class news services, including: Google News, Moreover, NewsNow,, MSN News, Ask Jeeves News, Lycos News, NewsKnowledge and the IPD Group. PR for charities and corporate responsibility news. Standard commercial release is available for $75.

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