Website Policy

1. Introduction
Welcome to www.CyrusPR.com, owned and operated by CyrusPR (“we”, “us”, “our”). We are committed to protecting your personal information and your right to privacy. If you have any questions or concerns about this privacy notice or our practices with regards to your personal information, please contact us at [insert contact email here].

When you visit our website www.CyrusPR.com (the “Website”), and use our services, you trust us with your personal information. We take your privacy very seriously. In this privacy notice, we describe our privacy policy. We hope you take some time to read through it carefully, as it is important.

Please note that this privacy policy applies only to information collected through this Website and not to information that may be collected through any other communication method.

2. Information We Collect
While using our Website, we may ask you to provide us with certain personally identifiable information that can be used to contact or identify you. Personally identifiable information may include, but is not limited to:

  • First name and last name
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Business name
  • Website URL
  • Other information that helps us make sure it’s you

We collect this information for the purpose of providing the Service, identifying and communicating with you, responding to your requests/inquiries, and improving our services.

3. Use of Collected Information
We will only use your personal information when the law allows us to. Most commonly, we will use your personal information in the following circumstances:

  • Where we need to perform the contract we are about to enter into or have entered into with you.
  • Where it is necessary for our legitimate interests (or those of a third party) and your interests and fundamental rights do not override those interests.
  • Where we need to comply with a legal or regulatory obligation.

4. Disclosure of Information
We may share your personal information with our service providers, which includes our payment processing partner, Stripe, who helps us provide our Service to you.

Our service providers are given the information they need to perform their designated functions, and are not authorized to use or disclose personal information for their own marketing or other purposes.

5. Payment Information
Any payment related information, if any, provided by the users is directly received by our payment gateway provider Stripe, which is not stored or processed by us. We recommend that you review Stripe’s privacy policy to understand how they handle your personal information.

6. Security of Information
We use administrative, technical, and physical security measures to help protect your personal information. While we have taken reasonable steps to secure the personal information you provide to us, please be aware that despite our efforts, no security measures are perfect or impenetrable, and no method of data transmission can be guaranteed against any interception or other type of misuse.

7. Changes to Terms and Privacy Policy
We may update our Terms and Conditions, and Privacy Policy from time to time. You are advised to review this page periodically for any changes. Changes to terms are effective when they are posted on this page.

8. Contact Us
If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us at hello@cyruspr.com.

Please note that this Privacy Policy may need to be reviewed and updated, if necessary, by your legal advisor to ensure it meets the specific needs of your business and complies with the laws of the jurisdiction(s) in which you operate. This Privacy Policy is intended to serve as a basis from which to create your own, and should not be used as is.

Terms and Conditions

Please read and ask us any questions about the points specified on this page before purchasing any service on Cyrus PR as by purchasing any service, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions which govern the terms of our relationship.
Each package is a monthly subscription with no end date, but you can cancel anytime prior to your next billing date, as set out below.
  • You purchase, and we guarantee to publish a certain number of news stories over a certain period of time. The usual period is 3 months, but this might be different depending on your specific deal.
  • You can only select a publication once (no duplicates), and we guarantee publication of news stories about your company, brand or you as set out in your publication plan, which we will send to you after payment.
  • Some news sites publish quickly, others have a turn around time that varies depending on demand, the number of stories we currently have with them for publication at any one time and in some cases, the time to publish can be up to 3 months, hence the specific wording of this guarantee. 
  • We will work as quickly as we can, and the faster you can answer our questionnaire, and respond to requests for information, the faster we can publish your news stories. 
  1. Cancelling your monthly subscription is easy. Subject to your initial term, contact us prior to your next billing date to request cancellation of the service and we will cancel your monthly billing arrangement immediately.
  2. We agree to write and edit a certain number of news stories as set out in your subscription within 3 months. If you cancel prior to the end of that 3 month period, we will publish the pro-rate number of news stories, rounded up to the nearest news story. To wrap up the relationship in an orderly fashion, we will pick the publications from your publication plan that allows for the fastest publication turnaround time, and you acknowledge that you may not choose these publications provided they were included in your initial publication plan.
  3. If you cancel after 3 months, we agree to write, edit and publish 2, 3 or 4 news stories a month, corresponding to the 6, 9 or 12 news story packages listed on our homepage.
  4. If you cancel after your billing date or the date and time of your next charge, we will deliver a pro-rate number of news stories as indicated above but no refunds will be allowed.
  5. Upon termination the Parties will have no further obligations to each other. Any obligations accrued up to the date of termination will remain unaffected.
  1. Refunds (in part or in full) are only considered if we are unable to fulfill our contractual obligation to publish your news story or stories, subject to the paragraphs below.
  2. First Month Deliverables Can Be Delayed due to client not engaging with us in a timely manner: The speed of writing, editing and ultimately publication depends on how quickly you answer our questionnaire, respond to our initial drafts with comments or your approval and how smoothly the writing process progresses as set out below. You can rewrite our news stories to speed up the process. You agree and acknowledge that if there is back and forth on the writing process which causes delay, or if there are public holidays that slow down the process in Month 1, that we will catch up in Month 2 and that you will not use this as a basis to request a refund, charge back and no such refund will be granted in this regard. 
  3. Good Faith: If, after making a good faith effort to work with you to write an article or articles, you have not provided sign-off or failed to provide any edits or replied to our emails, then no refund will be issued. We will always publish your stories where indicated in your publication plan with your consent, and if a publication requires changes that you deem unacceptable, we will find another publication to publish your news story. 
  4. Dissatisfaction with Writing Style: We take great pride in the expertise and skills of our team of writers, journalists, and editors, and we have the utmost confidence in the quality of the work we provide to our clients. However, we do not entertain requests for full or partial refunds in the event that you are dissatisfied with the content we submit or if you opt to compose your own news stories. We strongly encourage you to engage in a collaborative effort with us during the drafting process to ensure that our news stories effectively convey the message they intend to communicate to your audience.
  5. Undisclosed, Adverse Information About Clients: In the event that we engage with you in good faith, and you withhold information about your business or person which leads to a publication not publishing due to an active criminal or civil case which was not known to us at the time of engagement, we will make reasonable efforts to publish your story on alternate news sites that are more tolerant of companies and individuals before the courts. In such a case, you are not entitled to a refund, but we will use our best efforts to publish the number of news stories purchased on alternate news sites. We will not refund if you ask us to defame a person or company after making payment. 
  6. News Stories Do Not Remain Live Forever: Most articles are permanent, and we guarantee publicity services to clients, including the publication of news stories and the provision of reports upon publication. However, Cyrus PR does not offer refunds if the news story is published, goes live, and a report is sent to the client, and subsequently the news story is taken down after publication or the publication or website itself ceases to exist. This is because Cyrus PR has fulfilled its obligation to provide the agreed-upon publicity services, and any external factors beyond Cyrus PR’s control that affect the continued availability of the publication or website do not constitute a breach of contract by Cyrus PR.
  7. Failing To Cancel Prior To Next Billing Date: Monthly subscriptions are non-refundable and must be canceled prior to your next billing date in order to avoid being charged. If a cancellation is not received before the next billing date, no refund will be issued. If the subscription is canceled, no refunds will be issued for any partial membership periods or unused article credits but we will honor all the deliverables based on whatever option you purchase, pro-rate for the time in which you pay us. Refunds are not issued for the first month’s service, but pro-rate news stories purchased will be delivered as soon as you engage with us to approve our publication plan or draft stories, although if you cancel within the first 3 months, we will choose the publications from your publication plan that allow the fastest turnaround time so we can conclude our relationship in the fastest possible time after cancellation. 
  8. What Happens If We Don’t Publish On The .com Version? We publish news stories on news sites that are either .com, or a subsidiary site, depending on our inventory and our contacts for a particular publication. For example, Forbes is often published via Forbes Australia, or Forbes Israel. The same for Entrepreneur.com which is often published via contributors who live in different parts of the world. Each publication will have its own peculiarities and you can ask questions about the format of an article, or the domain or sub-domain of an article prior to publication, but cannot request a refund or a replacement article after it has been published. No refund will be issued, nor any article or news story republished because you are not happy with our publication plan to the extent that some publications are subsidiary sites of the .com brand, or that the article or news story was published on .com, or a subsidiary site, or that you are not happy with the country of origin of the Contributor that publishes your article.
  9. Purchasing By Accident Or For Other Reasons Where Client No Longer Wants or Needs Service: Refunds will not be provided for accidental purchases, medical conditions, or any reason at all which prevents you from engaging with us or publishing articles after payment, or any similar reason or event.
  10. Wikipedia engagements are non-refundable if we publish news stories about you or your company, and your page is subsequently deleted. Wikipedia is crowd-sourced and has strict content and notability guidelines, as well as a dedicated community of editors and administrators who work diligently to maintain the site’s integrity and accuracy.

    We will use our best endeavours to cover your news in a way that is likely to pass editorial guidelines for Wikipedia, but it is outside our control if your page is subsequently amended or deleted. If this happens, we can substitute your Wikipedia page for a page on Wikitia, which has a lower bar for notability but you will not be eligible for a refund. 

Most of our publications provide follow back links, other’s don’t. Some publications change their policy on following back links. We have little control over this element of our service, and there are no refunds in case a followed link becomes “no followed” after publication. We will give the most updated information to you during the sales process, but publications change their link policy from time to time.

Despite not contributing to link building for SEO purposes, nofollow links can still drive valuable referral traffic to a website if someone clicks on them. A well-placed blog comment with a nofollow link can generate a significant amount of traffic and eventually lead to conversions. In addition, nofollow links can also directly result in someone spending money on a company’s products or services if the company consistently creates awareness and engages with its audience.

Finally, links, whether nofollow or not, help build trust and establish a company as an industry authority. Therefore, it’s important to consider what links are good for a business and its brand, rather than solely focusing on what links are good for SEO purposes. Some experts recommend having an equal balance of follow and nofollow links, while others suggest having a greater number of follow links. Ultimately, the most important thing is to build a brand and make decisions that are in the best interest of the business.

We have a team of highly credentialed and experienced writers and editors, however, sometimes aligning expectations between our team and your brand causes friction. We send a questionnaire after payment is received to give us some background about what you want us to write, and how you want it written and we will try our best in every case. You can also write your own content if you prefer that.

This happens from time to time, and the solution is always to simply let us know the changes you want to the news story by communicating them directly to us. You are free to change the article, make edits, or change links as you like

Edits cannot be made after your approval and when distributions begin.

Every now and again articles don’t rank straight away, although the majority do, especially in the Google News Feed. There are strategies to help get your published news stories to rank strongly in Google, but you will need to integrate the links and logos into your website in a search engine-friendly manner. We can advise on this after you receive our press publication report.

1) The title of your press release should be minimum 6-8 words (excluding prepositions and articles).
Here are the guidelines for writing the headline for reference:

– The headline must include the company’s name or the name of the spokesperson/author.  
– The headline can’t contain personal pronouns (I, Me, My, We, Us, Our, You, Your, Them, Their, etc.). 
– The headline can’t contain an exclamation point.- The headline should be a minimum 6-8 words (excluding prepositions and articles)
– The headline can’t contain quotes.
– The headline should not sound like the headline of an advert. Discounts/pricing details and product specifications can be added in the sub-headline or article’s body.

2) The article can’t be written in the first or second-person voice. First-person (I, Me, My, We, Us, Our, etc.) and second-person (You, Your, etc.) voices are not considered newsworthy, except in quotations.

Its quick. We will provide a publication plan with headlines & matching publications. Once approved, we will write your stories. When you give approval for the publication of those stories, we will publish as quickly as possible based on the turn-around times for each publication, starting with the fastest and concluding with the slowest, after which we can send you links to the published article(s) within 2-5 business days.

You will have a report that contains the logo of each website (ie Forbes, Business Insider, Entrepreneur, etc) along with the relevant link, but please note our service is paid promotion, and though the majority of times the articles are indexed in search results, sometimes news sites make it hard for users to search for the articles themselves without having a direct link to the article. What most customers do is link the logos and articles from their homepage, landing pages, contact page, and social media to increase trust and credibility and this is what we recommend you do too.

We have different pricing options including credit card, w,ire and even USDT for our WEB3 clients. News stories are charged monthly, although you can cancel anytime before the next billing period as set out above. There are no lock-in contracts unless you’ve signed an agreement with a minimum term.

Receive 10% off for quarterly packages, 15% off for semi-annual packages, and 20% off on annual packages. No subscription is necessary; Wire + USDT payments only.

Articles usually stay up permanently or for years, but in some cases, publishers decide to remove them from time to time. Provided we succeed in publishing your news story, there will be no refund if the story is removed in the future.

Lite and Standard outlets only take a week or two for distribution, and the report will be sent right away. Pro and Elite outlets may take up to three months to be distributed fully, depending on availability. Note, you must be subscribed the whole time for the distribution to take place; if unsubscribed your article will not be displayed on top ten media.

We have an extensive list of .com news sites, but we also work with a number of international subsidiaries. We have different arrangements with different websites. Some are .com, others are country specific subsidiary sites. Please ask prior to publication if you have questions about whether a website is on the .com or a subsidiary site. 

The global news sites, while mostly skewed toward the US, can be either .com, or country specific subsidiary sites, depending on what we have in our inventory. Our inventory changes often so we cannot provide an exhaustive list so if  you are concerned about the format of a news site’s URL,  domain, or sub-domain, or worried about where on the site your article or news story will appear, please ask us prior to publication. 

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