PRFree FAQ


We are happy to answer any questions that you may have regarding our press release writing and distribution service. For your convenience, we have compiled a comprehensive and extensive list of questions most frequently asked by users of our press release services. We ask that you review this list prior to contacting us with your questions since we may have already provided the answer here. If you require further assistance, you may contact us or use our support ticket system to receive additional help.


How long has PR Free been offering press release service?
Our services were initiated to the public in 2005, with the first online press release news distribution services.

What is PRFree's association with Eworldwire and World Internet Marketing, Inc.?
Eworldwire, PR FREE, are both services owned, operated and founded by World Internet Marketing Inc. World Internet Marketing Inc. started as a marketing company and as part of its services for its clients, the company contracted press release services. While utilizing the available wire services at the time, the company identified areas that lacked coverage. For example, many freelancers and e-zines were not receiving press releases from these emerging and fledging companies. World Internet Marketing started creating and maintaining its own databases, primarily e-mail and fax. The service was eventually made available to the general public and Eworldwire was developed. Today, a number of distribution methods are used including Satellite, XML, FTP, e-mail, Fax, WAP, Search Engines and Portals, syndicators and aggregators, and placement in media databases and archives - with new distribution methods constantly under development.

How are press releases distributed through PR Free?
PRFree.com, in conjunction with our true newswire distribution service, Eworldwire, offers the greatest number of targeted press release distribution services of any press release service today. These methods include XML, FTP, Satelitte, SMS, WAP, syndicators, aggregators, email, media databases and archives, custom feeds, search engines, and through our partners.