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Online PR distribution specialists NeonDrum and PR agency good news! collaborate to extend service to German businesses
Partnership creates new service for B2B companies looking to maximise exposure in English and German-language markets
Reading, United Kingdom, 14 April 2014 – Industry-leading online news release distribution specialist NeonDrum today announces a collaboration with a leading German PR agency good news! that will enable B2B companies to maximise their online press release exposure in both English and German-language markets.
The new partnership will allow NeonDrum customers to extend the market-leading global English language distribution already provided by the NeonDrum service to include specialist local language distribution to the German online channel. The supplementary distribution and reporting will be available to NeonDrum customers for an additional fee via the normal distribution credit online purchase process. Professional press release translation can be provided by good news!, on request, as part of its expert distribution to targeted German online media outlets. The collaboration with good news! will also offer a local language point of engagement for German businesses seeking to harness the NeonDrum service.
Commenting on the new service launch, NeonDrum Director and Co-Founder Nicky Denovan said: “We work with businesses all over the world to optimise online visibility and reach for their press releases across key English language web media – from online newsites and blogs to forums and social channels.
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