20 Jul 12 3:02 pm
Generally speaking they are high ranking sites. I would consider PR5 and above that's related to your topic.
Here's an example:
1888PressRelease.com – paid and free service offering a variety of options.
PRWeb – paid service that charges per article.
The Open Press – a quality free press release portal.
PR Newswire – global leader in news and information distribution services for professional communicators.
SBWire – affordable media services for small to medium-sized businesses.
Media Syndicate – free press release and newswire posting website that enables small and medium sized businesses to get information out to the general public quickly.
i-Newswire – free and paid service that will allow you to submit press releases to a global audience.
These are all Press Release sites that are considered authority sites. Authority sites cover a wide array including social media sites like Digg or Squidoo; .gov; .edu; blogs; forums; PR sites and classified ads like Craigslist.
Instead of going with Wiki I would look at the sites Wiki references to at the bottom of their page and use them.
Hope this helps, good luck!
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