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  • CyberAlert is rated higher in 1 area: Likelihood to Recommend

Likelihood to Recommend

8.0

CyberAlert

80%
1 Rating
3.9

PR.com

39%
3 Ratings

Likelihood to Recommend

CyberAlert

This is a great tool for larger size companies that will have a lot of media tracking they need to do. It appeals to stakeholders involved in PR, data analytics, and helps decision makers know what will have the most impact and where their marketing dollars should go!
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PR.com

I often recommend PR.com to clients on a budget. There are some organizations, like non-profits, or very small businesses I work with who just don't have the money to spend on a pricier press release distribution service like Businesswire. For those clients, PR.com is a good alternative. You can use the free version - or elect to spend a little money to include hyperlinks, increase distribution, and so on. But there are options - and that is a good thing.
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Pros

CyberAlert

  • Gave us a concise report daily of our media clips (media tracking)
  • Gave us analytical information about how much reach those clips had (how much influence they had)
  • Helped us evaluate better ways to get and use earned and paid media
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PR.com

  • Bad customer service [in my experience].
  • One-sided PR.
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Cons

CyberAlert

  • Personally I didn't see any. Though I know my boss had a few calls with their team to get the daily reports formatted and presented just the way she wanted them. The team took a few tries to get into the swing of what she was asking for, but they were more than willing to put in the time and effort to customize the reports for her.
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PR.com

  • Suggest offering administrators more control over when releases are distributed
  • Lower premium pricing for high frequency administrators
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Pricing Details

CyberAlert

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Editions & Modules

CyberAlert editions and modules pricing
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    Offerings

    Free Trial
    Free/Freemium Version
    Premium Consulting/Integration Services

    Entry-level set up fee?

    No setup fee

    Additional Details

    PR.com

    Starting Price

    Editions & Modules

    PR.com editions and modules pricing
    EditionModules

    Footnotes

      Offerings

      Free Trial
      Free/Freemium Version
      Premium Consulting/Integration Services

      Entry-level set up fee?

      No setup fee

      Additional Details

      Alternatives Considered

      CyberAlert

      I think it's a bit more developed and professional looking. It's best for bigger companies.
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      PR.com

      I think PR.com offers a viable alternative to smaller businesses or nonprofit clients on a budget. When I tell some of those clients it will be hundreds - or even thousands - of dollars to distribute a press release on a service like Business Wire, I can feel them cringe. PR.com offers a free option - and also offers very low-cost options to boost the distribution, include live hyperlinks and so on - if clients do have a little $ to spend on that, they can. But they can choose. The bigger services are really cost-prohibitive for the smaller businesses.
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      Return on Investment

      CyberAlert

      • I wasn't at the top of these discussions but, I did help make monthly reports that went directly to the CFO and CEO that used these analytics to show how our corporate communications office was doing and all the work we had done for the past month. This is a way to cover yourself and show that we had done a lot of work and good work at that.
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      PR.com

      • Negative impact [in my experience].
      • Wasted our time.
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