• How can a press release serve your business needs?

(News Release, February 1, 2010)Whyte-Hall Communications, a new internet-based public relations consultancy that helps small business owners (professionals, consultants, entrepreneurs)  boost sales, build credibility, and create a powerful presence using low-cost, high impact publicity and social media methods, has officially launched its new Press Release Service.

A well-written press release always serves your business well:

  • It attracts the attention of a wide audience.
  • It builds your business reputation.
  • It increases targeted traffic to your site.
  • And most importantly – it boosts sales rates.

“With our press releases, your company now has the opportunity to show its professionalism and earn the trust of your target audience,” said Delroy A. Whyte-Hall, head of Whyte-Hall Communications.

Delroy further highlighted that any event in your company (anniversaries, opening of new subsidiaries, staff appointments, etc.) can be turned into a compelling press release. “Our copy writer will relate your news in a way that receives the maximum response from your clientele,” he said.

Press releases are provided for print or the web for US$175 per release, but they do not handle submissions at this time.

To use this news Press Release service, please contact Delroy by eMail:, or visit his website.

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Submit your press releases, announcements, event and photos to us at:

Published by Delroy A. Whyte-Hall

As a professional copywriter, I write for the real estate industry! Who do I serve? • realtors, agents, agencies, firms! How do I help you change? • Spread the word about their products and services using the best, simplest, and most reasonable way to do so: press releases. What brings you looking for me? • Your business has something newsworthy, so I'll help you spread the word using my affordable press release writing services. My PR will not only improve the image of your business but also the rankings on search engines.

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