Many of my clients ask me to work on their materials and prepare a press release in Polish. Of course, with well-researched keywords and attention to terminology, they’re still getting a very powerful PR tool. However, getting a high-quality press release in Polish is just the first steps.
Where to publish a press release in Polish?
We both know how difficult it is to find reputable portals to publish your press release, maximising its reach at the same time. Let’s start with some portals.
- http://prportal.pl/ – free portal to publish your business press release in Polish. A paid-for option available as well.
- http://innews.pl/ – you can publish your press release for free but an account is needed.
- http://centrumpr.pl/ – frequently updated, this portal allows you to publish your own press release for free if you set up an account.
- http://www.rzecznikprasowy.pl/ – with many categories, this portal will also allow you to publish your press release in Polish for free.
- http://www.info.newseria.pl/ – this information agency used by the media will publish your press release in Polish for a fee.
- http://www.pressoffice.pl/ – add your press release here to allow the press and media to browse it.
However, if you’re trying to attract attention in Poland, you’re more likely to succeed by producing your own content in Polish and attracting readers to your blog. A viral update will bring thousands of views, rather than just a hundred visits generated through a press release.
Apart from your own blog, try suggesting guest posts with well-known Polish bloggers within your industry. If you don’t know them, I can always help you with researching and reaching out to the right names. Your press release in Polish is more likely to reach the right audience if it’s spread through trusted channels rather than just press release publishing portals.