|  September 17 2009  |   Blog   |   2 COMMENTS

The March team has been moving away from the traditional press release template over the past couple of months–and rolling out a more streamlined, social media-friendly format.  Recently, clients, including emergn, NCP engineering and TM Forum, have begun to adopt it for their announcements.  We think this update does a good job of bringing out the key news elements, making resources availabile to the public and improving search engine optimization (SEO).

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Interested in learning more about the evolution of the press release?  These posts from Copyblogger, PR2.0 and MediaShift are just a couple, helpful examples to check out.

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