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Did You See That Press Release? Worst Passengers, Best Athletes, Plus a Very Royal Visit

Here are some of the top releases from the past week that you might have missed.

A Brief Blog Profile: My Life in Books

My Life in Books belongs to blogger Jennine G.

A Brief Blog Profile: The Book Wheel

The Book Wheel belongs to blogger Allison Hiltz.

A Brief Blog Profile: 101 Books

101 Books is writer and former English major Robert Bruce’s journey through Time Magazine’s 100 greatest novels.

A Brief Blog Profile: PetGuide.com

PetGuide.com covers the whole spectrum of pets.

Are Blogger Conferences Worth the Cost? Conference Attendees and Organizers Weigh In

When it comes to networking and keeping up with trends, it’s hard to compete with the annual meeting.

A Brief Blog Profile: Not in The Dog House

Not in The Dog House is dedicated to dog lovers; it was started by blogger Shelly Hawkins.

A Brief Blog Profile: BlogPaws

BlogPaws is a global community of “pet enthusiasts who write about and support pets via social media.”

Grammar Hammer: What is the Etiquette for Correcting Another Author’s Mistake?

Is there a proper way to correct someone’s grammar in the professional world?

A Brief Blog Profile: Dogster

For the “love of dog,” we have Dogster.

A Brief Blog Profile: The Pet Blog Lady

The Pet Blog Lady celebrates our pets.

7 Tips to Successful Blogging: Take Your Blog From Ordinary to Extraordinary

Blogs can be a very marketable and profitable tool if used correctly....

A Brief Blog Profile: Townhall.com

Townhall.com considers itself the No. 1 conservative website.

A Brief Blog Profile: AMERICAblog

AMERICAblog is a journal of “news and opinion about US politics, both domestic and foreign, from a progressive point of view.”

The Importance of Minority Blog Awards & 3 Ways to Stand Out From Other Nominees

Landing an industry award has the potential to boost your career to the next level....

A Brief Blog Profile: techPresident

techPresident is a site of Personal Democracy Media.

A Brief Blog Profile: Voice Over Times

Voice Over Times is a "news source for the voice acting industry."...

A Brief Blog Profile: FactCheck.org

FactCheck.org is a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center.

31 Places To Go For Your Next Blog Post Idea

Writer’s block is a killer.

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Customized Newsfeeds

Don't let the name PR Newswire for Journalists dissuade you. This is a great service for bloggers. Any content creator -- whether you're a journalist, freelancer or blogger -- can set up a customized profile to receive releases based on preferences. You also have access to hi-res photos, media-only content such as media advisories and embargoed releases, and experts via ProfNet.

ProfNet

Need expert sources? Check out ProfNet, a service that helps journalists, bloggers, authors, and other content creators connect with experts -- at no charge. Sending a query is easy: Just fill out a form detailing the kind of expertise you need, how you want to be contacted, and your deadline. ProfNet will do the rest. You also can sign up for a weekly "tip sheet" of experts and story ideas. Visit ProfNet for more info or go directly to the query form.

ProfNet Connect

ProfNet Connect is a free, interactive online community where PR professionals, experts, and media professionals can network and engage with one another. Via profiles, forums and blogs, subject-matter experts can position themselves as the go-to source for content creators and journalists. In turn, content creators can search the site by keyword to find the experts they need. The site also features enhanced profile capabilities, allowing users to easily add multimedia components -- photos, videos, white papers and more -- to their profiles.

News Widget

Our widget allows you to display PR Newswire content on your site with very little back-end programming required.  You not only get the headline, but also the body of text of the news release, keeping the user on your site at all times.  In order to do so, the difference between our Widget and other widgets is at the end of the sign-up process, you will be provided with two pieces of source code -- one for the page where the Widget itself will be displayed and one for the pages that will display the body of text of each news release.  In addition, the sign-up process allows you to have 100 percent control over every aspect of the Widget's appearance, so that the Widget can blend in fully with the look and feel of your site. Still not convinced? Here's what one blogger had to say about the widget.

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