Six reasons why we sold a new IR website every 3.6 business days in 2013

While doing the math for last week’s post bragging about our ranking as the #3 SEC filer, I also came across the math that we sold a new IR website every 3.6 business days in 2013.

There were many factors for that:

1.) We’re an NYSE-approved IR website (and newswire) provider for NYSE issuers. We’re very thankful for the opportunity that brings, both IPOs and subsidiary-supported issuers.

2.) The end of Thomson as an IR website provider, prompting many investor relations departments to look harder at their decade+ old “status quo” relationship, poke around and switch.

Click to view our IR Room MST brochure

3.) Creative and custom design capabilities. (like above)

4.) Our “IR Room MST” package – read the blog post here and download the brochure here.

WP_logo_3a5.) A real-world, no-nonsense attitude towards social media… and a tangible IR roadmap. Download here.

6.) Ongoing insight on how investors use your IR website and other shareholder communications efforts. Download the current report here.

Oh. There is a seventh reason… price. We totally rebuilt our data infrastructure last year and that allowed us to sharpen our pencils. Here is our (video) view on IR and SEC spending.

Thank you for your continued business and have a great day. 

7 responses to “Six reasons why we sold a new IR website every 3.6 business days in 2013

  1. Congratulations to all the PR Newswire team.

    I think you missed one: The very high level of service that PR Newswire provides in all it does!

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