Cape Town Digital Content Creation & Media Distribution Service Releases Article

Press Cloud releases a article about content creation & media distribution strategies. More information and the article itself can be found at https://presscloud.net/content-distribution/

Mooi River, South Africa - July 11, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Press Cloud has just released a potentially controversial article outlining new, more effective methods of marketing companies online. Their article, “THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING A CONTENT DISTRIBUTION STRATEGY”, reveals industry-topping secrets that may upset major corporations holding media coverage monopolies in their fields by sheer force of capital.

This 5 minute article discusses the key points and challenges of marketing online. The piece also goes further to reveal that the typical marketing strategy solely focused on content creation is misleading. For any marketing campaign to be successful, a company will need to invest in powerful and trusted distribution channels. This doesn’t have to lead to the funding of overpriced and exceedingly competitive advertising campaigns…

Below is a look at a section of the article which neatly summarizing its main controversial elements:

While bigwig corporations with deep pockets will monopolize the scarce and expensive ad campaign slots reserved for their industry, it seems impossible for an underdog business to compete. The truth is that there are other channels online through which to distribute one’s unique information. These same channels are not only alternate to the typical ad campaign distribution methods but they can, in fact, be far more effective, affordable and sustained in the long run.

One of the directors of Press Cloud, Seth Collett, says that “of course we haven’t set out to intentionally upset anyone. We’ve provided this information simply to reveal to smaller companies that there are alternative ways to grow their businesses through an improved online presence. It’s all in the spirit of fairness as far as we’re concerned. If your service deserves its spot in the limelight but you are up against industry goliaths then this information could be a real cheat code for you”. https://presscloud.net/

Even though Press Cloud has been a provider of content distribution for only 2 months, most of the media networks they’re aligned with have been well established for decades. If the information in the aforementioned article is true then any company providing such a service will have a game changing and disruptive technology to offer.

As of yet, Press Cloud’s article has not received any backlash from leading marketing companies who still rely on the high-priced marketing strategies of yesteryear. An antagonistic response from these upper echelons of marketing does, however, seem unavoidable as Press Cloud claims a fundamental loop hole exists in the whole system. This loop hole would mean that even small local businesses with tiny budgets could easily gain access to media distribution channels to create an awareness of their brands.

Press Cloud states that the future aims of their website are to provide small local business owners with vital information on how to attract more customers in a competitive market place.

Finally, Press Cloud hopes that any controversy regarding their article will pass quickly. They emphasize that any perceived offense within the industry would be unintentional on their part and that they only wish to extend fair and equal opportunities to all businesses committed to expanding.

Press Cloud’s complete article can be found at https://presscloud.net/content-distribution/

Contact Info:
Name: Seth Collett
Email: tristin@presscloud.net
Organization: Press Cloud
Address: Silk Tree Hill Farm, D146 Road, Rosetta , Mooi River, KwaZulu-Natal 3300, South Africa
Phone: +27-72-838-8247

For more information, please visit http://presscloud.net

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 376014

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