PR Hack Writes The Most Amazing Press Release Ever Featuring an Actual Product or Service

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About a week ago there was a very funny press release that appeared on TechCrunch. I thought the idea was great, but I noticed that the press release didn't actually mention any product. Because of this, I thought I would try to write my own Press Release that actually mentioned a product or service and a big feature release. The service is calledocell.us (I wrote about the service that I worked on a couple of posts ago) and the new feature is the ability to have Twitter tweets that contain links automatically bookmarked on ocell.us (with no need to login to ocell.us).

Below you can read the full press release.

PR Hack Writes The Most Amazing Press Release Ever Featuring an Actual Product or Service

PR Hack writes the most amazing Press Release that includes a Product Ever, according to David Hurth. First he grabs you with the subject and then throws in a great quote about a product.

ocell.us is the best social bookmarking site in the universe”, according to creator and PR Hack David Hurth.

To cement this Press Releases place in history David adds the below quote about an actual product!

“ocell.us is so awesome that it even allows you to bookmark your links from Twitter, so you don’t even have to visit the site!” David continues his quote with the following, “we don’t care about traffic, we just want to store your links for when you need them later, how awesome are we now!”

Not only is this the most amazing Press Release that includes a product ever (History has already recorded that Mitch Delaplane wrote the The Most Amazing Press Release Ever Written, not containing a Product or Service), but it should end now before the world explodes from the awesomeness of this Press Release!

If you you do not agree that this Press Release is “The Most Amazing Press Release Ever Featuring an Actual Product or Service”, then write your own. Otherwise start using ocell.us and you too can be this awesome!

You can read the original post here.

Let me know what you think of the press release and if you think this is the way that press releases should be.

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