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Journalist Truths Revealed-What They Say and What They Really Mean

GLOUCESTER, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 02/19/13 -- International public relations agency, 10 Yetis PR, has created a handy guide to help public relations professionals who are new to the industry to understand what journalists really mean when they say certain phrases.

The light hearted guide by online public relations agency 10 Yetis was created by Senior Account Manager Shannon Haigh and is based on team feedback from more than seven years of working with international journalists.

Here is the Guide to what journalists say and what they really mean:

Said by a journalist, to a PR person

"I've put it up to the editor, so it's out of my hands."

Translation - "I haven't got the heart to tell you that the story is sh-t and won't get coverage. Anywhere, in fact."

"The sub editors must have taken the client mention out, sorry!"

Translation - "There was no way your client was ever getting a mention."

"Can I have it exclusively? We might run it then."

Translation - "We probably won't run it, but we don't want anyone else to either. Plus, just in case we do decide to use it, we don't want other papers to have it."

"Sounds good. Send it to ( insert generic editorial email address here ) and if someone likes it, they'll get back to you."

Translation - "It doesn't sound good and I want to get you off the phone right now. Send it to this generic email address that nobody monitors and it'll be completely ignored."

"It's not one for me, but send it on to Brian - he loves stories like this."

Translation - "I wouldn't run this in a million years and neither would Brian. Send it to him though, because he's possibly the most evil journalist in the land and I want to have a bit of a giggle about the fact he'll probably give you an earful of abuse."

"We've changed our editorial policy and can't cover stories like that anymore I'm afraid."

Translation - "I really hate you. Get off the phone. Your story is about as good as the time I was eating candy floss at the zoo and an escaped gorilla tried to kill me/eat my candy floss."

"Sure, I can make that meeting/event."

Translation - "I almost certainly can't make it. Tell your client I'm coming though, just to get their hopes up."

"I can't see that release you're talking about in my inbox. Send it again and I'll have a look."

Translation - "I get approximately 1.3 billion emails every day and probably deleted yours instantly. Send it again, just so that I can take pleasure in hitting 'delete' one more time without even opening it."

"We might do something with that release, yeah."

Translation - "We probably, definitely, might not be using that release."

"Yes, a comment from your client on that topic might be useful. Send something over."

Translation - "Go away and spend ages getting your client to draft something and we'll add it to the pile of about 100 other comments we'll receive, then we'll leave it there forever more and do nothing with it."

Speaking about the work, the Head Yeti at 10 Yetis PR said:

"What started out as a really fun piece of light hearted public relations work for ourselves has now turned into an online hit with more than 2000 people visiting our site to read more. It's a fantastic piece of work by Shannon."

Shannon Haigh, Senior Account Manager, created the piece of work and said:

"I have loved creating this fun, but very factual piece of work, and the feedback from journalists has been fantastic."

To find out more about the guide, visit: http://bit.ly/XIFr6J.

10 Yetis is an award winning Tech PR, consumer and online public relations agency.

10 Yetis is based in the South West of the UK but has clients based around the globe.

Contacts:
10 Yetis
Shannon Haigh or Andy Barr
01452 348211
publicrelations@10yetis.co.uk
Twitter: @10Yetis

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