NEW YORK, April 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The PR Newswire Editorial team frequently catches obvious mistakes in press releases submitted for distribution over the wire – such as missing quotation marks, incorrect URLs and broken web links. But did you know every press release is carefully read, and the minute details are also double checked? We find and correct a vast array of mistakes (more than 12,000 in March 2011 alone.) Today we're highlighting examples of mistakes that can reflect poorly on an organization – and some tips for fixing them before you hit "send," on Beyond PR, PR Newswire's blog. The Beyond PR blog focuses on communications tactics and trends in public relations, investor relations, social media, SEO and content marketing. Read the full story here: http://blog.prnewswire.com/2011/04/18/reading-for-detail-proofing-tips-from-our-editors/
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