Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Do you also compose press releases for us?

    Press Release Box has a dedicated editorial team that would be more than happy to assist you in composing the perfect press release.
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  2. How long will our article remain on the welcome page?

    Press Release Box’s homepage can house 10 of our latest articles. Your press release will be present on our welcome page until it is replaced by the subsequent 10 newer releases. On an average your press release will remain on our homepage anywhere between 48 and 72 hours depending on the traffic. But worry not as your article will remain within our database for as long as you deem necessary.

  3. For my analysis of media response I would like to know how often a special release has been accessed. Can you give me this information?

    We have tie-ups with over 10,000 media partners which will positively accelerate the reach of your content to new audiences.

  4. Is it actually worth publishing our releases on

    Press Release Box generates over a thousand clicks every day and with our tie-ups to over 10,000 media partners, we provide an innovative new platform for your content to reach key audiences within the community.

  5. When was launched? was launched in 2018. Achieve your communication goals with Press Release Box, the industry's best press release distribution network.

  6. Why do you publish press releases for free?

    Our desire to provide smaller enterprises and start-ups with a platform to reach out to larger audiences and gain significant exposure has allowed us to keep our publishing charges free.

  7. Can I also place an ad for my company on

    Absolutely, we are more than happy to assist you in placing ads for your company on and help you set up dedicated marketing campaigns on our platform. Please, get in touch with us:

  8. Tips for getting published with your press release at Google News

    Tip#1: Your press release should meet Google’s content factors such as 110 characters in the headlines and at least 80 words in each paragraph.
    Tip#2: The keywords in your headlines and content has to be precise and suitable to ensure it gets picked up by the Google News algorithm.
    Tip#3: The more original, relevant, and trending your content is, the more likely it is to be picked up by Google News.