FPRC Announces New Support for Free Software Projects
Today the Free Press Release Center announced new support for free software projects. All open source software projects will be eligible for a free PRO upgrade for press releases submitted to the FPRC.
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April 7, 2006 (FPRC) -- Today the Free Press Release Center announced new support for free software projects. All open source software projects will be eligible for a free PRO upgrade for press releases submitted to the FPRC.
The owner and founder of the FPRC, Gary Sims, is an open source enthusiast and has been using open source software for many years. "Open source software like Linux, PHP, the various GNU suites and MySQL have given me so much," said Gary, "that I want to try and give a little back."
All open source related press releases will be given free PRO upgrades on the FPRC site. Once the press release has been submitted to the FPRC, the press release author should email Gary on firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange the free upgrade.
All PRO press releases will remain in the FPRC system permanently (most press releases are deleted after 6 months). Also all the links to your website including on the keywords will remain permanently for the search engines to find. PRO press releases are also published in up to 5 other related industries categories.
About the free press release center
The FPRC is an online news and press release distribution service for small and medium-sized businesses and corporate communications. Our aim is to raise the standard for online news distribution.
The power of FPRC is in the keyword linking. With each press release the you can choose a keyword and a URL (different to your main site URL) which will appear as a link (using the keyword as the anchor text) in your press release.
This gives you free links to your site using the anchor text of your choice. Plus it is in a natural context, i.e. the text of their release.
Send an email to Gary Sims of Free Press Release Center
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