Send Healthcare Press Release
Thank you for your interest in releasing your Healthcare PR via EPR Healthcare News. We’ve made the process of having your Healthcare press release submitted over to our editorial desk as simple as possible – no login required, no long forms to go through and fill out, no personal or financial information asked (payment processed by PayPal), no multiple step email and phone verification – we value your time and privacy.
1) Payment — Send a payment of $29 via PayPal to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org (EPR Network, LLC) OR use the button below to make secure payment online via PayPal.
2) PR submission — Once the payment is completed, send your ready made PR material over to our editorial desk at email@example.com along with the following code EPRHEALTH. Photos, images, logos, video and audio files and URLs, as well as specific keywords, hyperlinks, anchor texts, categories and tags requirements and instructions to be taken into consideration by our PR editors can all be included in/attached to your email to us.
3) PR goes live — Our PR editors will review your press release, craft it out, and schedule it for release in EPRHealthcareNews.com’s pipeline. Your Healthcare PR goes live on EPRHealthcareNews.com within 24 hours upon the PR submission. Usually early at morning (EST) the very next business day (excluding weekends and official US holidays, unless specifically targeted).
Got questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org by quoting the following code EPRHEALTH with any Healthcare PR distribution specific questions.
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EPRHealthcareNews.com has been operating since 2008 and we have always been very selective in what appears on our Healthcare PR / news site.
EPRHealthcareNews.com does not offer free Healthcare press release distribution service. Furthermore, even if the paid PR distribution service is used, there will be no guarantee whatsoever for distribution of any Healthcare related press release via EPRHealthcareNews.com, if it does not match the average quality of the rest of the press releases published on and released via EPRHealthcareNews.com’s newswire. This is determined by our Healthcare PR editors in their sole discretion. Should it happen for your paid PR to be rejected by our Healthcare PR editors, for one reason or another, a full refund will immediately be issued to you.