New Features, Updates & Fixes

PR Leap Gets Local News

November 13, 2006 New Features, Updates & Fixes

We just launched PR Leap Local News service. You can now localize a press release by ZIP code, city and state—making it far more accurate than the top 3 wires that can only localize to a Metro area. Score one for PR Leap : ) This new service allows visitors (consumers, journalists, and knowledge workers) […]

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PR Leap Internet Explorer 7 Friendly

November 4, 2006 New Features, Updates & Fixes

We updated PR Leap’s design a couple of days ago in anticipation of the mandatory update to Internet Explorer 7. PR Leap is developed on Mac OS X. Being a Mac shop means we are always on. However, we understand that 76% of PR Leap visitors use Windows. We try our best to make the […]

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Quarterly Report

October 17, 2006 New Features, Updates & Fixes

Public companies publish their quarterly reports around this time of year. So, we decided to publish a quick post that shows what we have been up to and where we are going. Accomplishments New PR Leap Dashboard New look and feel for prleap.com Re-launched PR Leap Blog Hired our first intern: Pamela Cappiello Purchased 5 […]

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Free press releases now have Google Ads.

October 17, 2006 New Features, Updates & Fixes

Updated: 1/8/2008 – Our free service was discontinued on January 1, 2008. We added Google Ads to free press releases. We feel this is a win-win for everyone because it allows us to continue offering our free distribution option, while further increasing our investment in PR Leap. Speaking of which, we recently hired our first […]

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PR Leap Gets Social Media

October 17, 2006 New Features, Updates & Fixes

Psst, we just integrated some social media elements to our online press release template. Readers can now easily share your news story using services like delicious and digg.com. All press releases on prleap.com now include delicious, Digg, MyYahoo and Netscape buttons (no upgrade required). This could potentially drive huge amounts of traffic to your site, […]

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PR Leap Gets a New Dashboard

September 27, 2006 New Features, Updates & Fixes

Hello…the PR Leap Dashboard has been updated with new: features, look and feel, and menu items. Our goal for this update is to give you a better experience by focusing on: Usability – navigation is more intuitive Design – simple, but elegant user interface We’ve made these updates to the site to facilitate future growth. […]

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NEWS GROUPS FOLLOW UP

May 3, 2006 New Features, Updates & Fixes

Your dashboard has a new feature, News Groups, allowing you to group related news releases by client or project. Now only related news (headlines), set by you, will appear at the bottom of an individual news release. Related News – Related News is an important search engine optimization tactic that helps improve your search visibility. […]

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New Feature: News Groups

May 2, 2006 New Features, Updates & Fixes

Now you can manage all your projects and clients from one account. From the dashboard simply create a group name and then add related news releases to that group. This gives you the ability to group related news by client or project. Once you group releases, only those releases that are grouped will be displayed […]

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PR Leap Brings Text Links to News Releases

October 10, 2005 New Features, Updates & Fixes

PR Leap Upgrades program now accepts text links. News releases with a minimum bid of $20.00 can now include text links in the body. This means you can write direct call to actions into a press release—improving the reader experience—generating higher response rates.

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PR Leap Surpasses 5,000 Company Member Milestone

July 20, 2005 New Features, Updates & Fixes

Updated January 9, 2008 – Our free service was discontinued on January 1, 2008 July 12, 2005–More than 5,000 companies worldwide now use PR Leap to generate free publicity. PR Leap continues to gain a strong following among small to mid-size companies, artists, authors, corporate PR professionals, filmmakers, musicians, photographers, publicists, SEO professionals, and webmasters. […]

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