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Juice up the content on your website with portable benefits you can copy from your ExpertClick profile
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Mitchell P. Davis -- Editor and Publisher of www.ExpertClick.com Mitchell P. Davis -- Editor and Publisher of www.ExpertClick.com
Washington, DC
Thursday, May 6, 2010

 
Juice up the content on your website with portable benefits you can copy from your ExpertClick profile.

Display Your News Releases icon and RSS feed. Pick up an icon that plays only your news releases in your personal "Manage Releases" area when you log-in. Share via RSS with the RSS button on your profile to show only your news releases.

Display Your Press Room Page icon. Publicize your credentials with the Yearbook of Experts Icon, linking to your Press Room Page. (Simply cut and paste from your "Manage Releases" area to include on your site.)

Regularly post your e-mail newsletter at News Release Wire. --- Same content; different venue: Cut and paste the HTML from your e-letter and extend your reach to Google News and LexisNexis.

You can also include your opt-in button to get more subscribers.

There?s still more use for your content: You can use the short-code News Release Wire URL in your e-mails to share your content.

Here's more about your Portable Membership Features:

Sample of News Release with Full HTML from e-newsletter: http://www.NewsReleaseWire.com/31803

ExpertClick and News Release Wire icons used by Promotion In Motion Public Relations: http://www.NewsReleaseWire.com/31813

Linked News Release to frame a release on a web site. http://www.NewsReleaseWire.com/31766

Specialized Info Biz Looks Beyond Crisis to Making a Profit http://www.NewsReleaseWire.com/31743

RSS Feed from Specialized Information Publishers http://www.expertclick.com/RssFeed.aspx?type=releases&nrwid=6548

Each and every ExpertClick member has their own personal RSS Feed -- that shows only their news releases.

What is an RSS Feed? Here's what Wikipedia says: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS

You can use your personal RSS feed to syndicate your news releases to Twitter and other social media.

Here's a video we made that explains how: https://www.youtube.com/expertclick#p/u/6/34fAm7GzIt4

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