BOSTON /PRUrgent/ - DoItRight Public Relations, a Boston-based communications firm specializing in business copywriting and online promotion, today announced the launch of a $20 per press release writing program.
Where top PR firms typically charge in excess of $1,200 per press release, DIR-PR has been able to smash that standard by reportedly keeping the firm's overheard down and by purchasing the raw materials in volume.
“We believe that public relations services should not be absurdly priced and should be affordable for small business owners,” said Abhishek Sontakke co-founder of DoItRight.
With regard to any question about quality, DIR-PR client Wade W., founder of DriverEducationOnline.us, said: "I’m thoroughly impressed with the press release. It was very well written and they took the time to research my site and nailed some observations that would otherwise have been lost."
When asked about the rumor that DIR PR releases were actually used press releases repainted and their odometers reset in a sweat shop in Mumbia, Sontakke said emphatically, "All our press releases are custom made to order."
Aside from the press release writing services, at an additional charge DoItRight PR also offers press release Web submission and distribution.
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