Do You Want a $200 Press Release Submission With PRWeb? For Free?

This is actually something quite remarkable, because as far as I know, I haven’t seen anyone else, ever, get to offer their readers a free, premium press release through PRWeb, and it is not like they have an affiliate program (at least that I have heard about), or easy to find promotion codes.

Ponn was made a very generous offer not only providing a free training seminar for PRWeb to her readers, but the people who sign up will get $200 credited to their PRWeb Account to give the service a try.

I haven’t read all the terms, but it appears you will have 45 days to use your free credit.

You will have to phone into the seminar and pay call costs, but what I normally do for seminars is use Skype, which normally always works.

This is even available to existing users of PRWeb, as long as you follow Ponn’s instructions, which are very clear as I just followed them myself and signed up.

You do have to join Ponn’s mailing list as another condition – use a real address, Ponn seems lvery nice and polite during our email conversations, and I am sure will offer some useful information in the email list.

Most of my niche websites have always been “under the radar” – I have never really wanted to promote them through press releases.

What I might do is use PRWeb to promote the No Nofolow community on Bumpzee, and the general Do Follow movement.

$200 worth of promotion is not to be sneazed at, and the training will be interesting.

Hmm, what is good link text for this to Ponn

Free PRWeb Coupon

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  1. says

    Hi Andy!

    Thanks so much for the kind remarks, very generous introduction to this incredible offer, and ‘test-driving’ my rules first to assure everything runs smoothly…so glad I past your ‘test’ ;-)

    I did noticed that you’re officially enrolled in the Webinar (which is simply spectacular) and you’ve made the first-cut for next week’s slots.

    I agree Skype is the way to go if you don’t have VoIP or are calling internationally. They also have a # in the UK.

    As for my ezine, you get 1 free eReport, a 7-day free eCourse, and monthly ezine, with (very rare sporadic) emails like today’s offer. My biggest complaint is that I do not send out enough updates. Then, again…that’s what my blog is for, right?

    Hope your readers will follow your lead. Thanks again.


  2. says

    Sadly, I have a strong and non negotiable personal policy regarding sexism (in favour of men or women) and can not allow myself to sign up.

    Other than that it’s a good offer. I’d recomend it to anyone without a strong moral outlook in that regard.

    Once more Andy brings in the best news.

  3. says

    As a matter of clarification Lord Matt, as a woman entrepreneur I write from a woman entrepreneur’s perspective, therefore my target market is women entrepreneurs.

    In fact, my book, column, blog, etc. has a huge and loyal following by males who appreciate my view-point. Even my best-selling “Empowering Women to Power Network” book, received incredible testimonials from best-selling male networking authors, who applaud my efforts to share a woman’s perspective to networking itself. I’m often told it helps males understand how and why women work a certain way or the other. and I have a long-standing incredible working relationship, and they’ve always believed in my foremost charge that we must “empower others with education and access to tips, tools and resources”.

    They, nor I, (and it is stated in the disclosure) are prohibiting males from participating. In my opening paragraph I stated “any online entrepreneur”.

    Given that women entrepreneurs still have less resources available to them, I chose to cheer and motivate women to get on the band-wagon.

    Unfortunately, throughout my journeys yesterday (and I have even commented on other blogs) about why men read my post and quickly sign-up, but I found women, read, go, come back, read again…sign-up or don’t sign-up at all. This has completely got me dumb-founded!

    Also, I see that women who have large lists or blogs, also signed-up but didn’t share the news, which was always perplexing…honestly, I was saddened by this fact.

    Nonetheless, Lord Matt, I’m glad you stopped by my blog, and I appreciate the fact that you’d still recommend it even though you feel the offer doesn’t fit with you personally.

    All the best to you.
    ~ Ponn