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Twitter tips for PRs from journalists

Twitter tips

ResponseSource’s Media Contacts Database now lets you search journalists by what they tweet about so that you can identify those who might cover your stories, avoid those who wouldn’t touch it, and understand the media you want to work with even better.

We ran a couple of searches ourselves to see what journalists have been saying about PR professionals and press releases recently. The same themes may come up again and again but journalists come up with some entertaining ways to express their frustration (and occasional admiration) for the way PR professionals work with them. Here are a few highlights from June and July.

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If you’d like to see more of these tips straight from what journalists are saying on Twitter, let us know – or if you’d like to see what our Twitter search function could do for you, get in touch for a demo, or training session if you’re already a subscriber.

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