Getting Started

Mac OS X


Mac OS X

Release Notes

Mac OS X




Press Release Tracker lets you easily find the web sites, publications, news outlets, etc. which have picked up your Press Release for additional distribution or reference.

Press Release Tracker can also assist you in determining which distribution outlets might be the best for your specific market(s).

In addition, by tracking press releases issued by your competitors or other similar businesses or organizations, you may be able to determine other valuable contacts who are most interested in your products or services.

Press Release Tracker runs under all versions of Windows as well as Mac OS X and Classic Mac OS. It also supports the following browsers:

  • Internet Explorer (both Windows and Macintosh)
  • Opera (both Windows and Macintosh)
  • Mozilla (Windows)
  • Safari (Macintosh)
  • Netscape (Macintosh)
  • iCab (Macintosh)

Press Release Tracker let's you easily track the distribution of your press releases with one click of a button.

Press Release Tracker lets you set the level of detail for your tracking search. In this manner, a Press Release is broken up into individual phrases, each of which are searched. Depending on the level of detail and type of Internet connection a typical Press Release can be entirely tracked between 10 and 60 seconds.


Press Release tracker submits the Press Release title and random phrases for searching over the Internet. The number of found unique links for each phrase are summarized in the phrase list. Double clicking any of the phrases will display a window which lists each page that linked or referenced this phrase in your Press Release:

You can readily load in your browser any page listed by simply double clicking the link (title or URL) in this list.

Price: $39.95


Windows System Requirements:

  • Windows 95/98/NT/2000/Me/XP.
  • A popluar Internet browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Opera). Neither Netscape nor AOL are supported at this time.

Mac OS X System Requirements:

  • Mac OS X 10.1 or later.
  • A popular internet browser (Safari, Netscape Navigator/Communicator, Internet Explorer, iCab or Opera). No AOL browser support at this time.