SNEWS FAQ: A lost password is a click away

Don’t you just hate it when you’re dying to read a news story on SNEWS but can’t get in because you’ve forgotten your password? We’re here to help, and you really don’t have to just email us personally.
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Don’t you just hate it when you’re dying to read a news story on SNEWS but can’t get in because you’ve forgotten your password? We’re here to help, and you really don’t have to just email us personally.

To retrieve a lost password, click on “Member Login” located on the menu bar at the top of every page. Once there, you’ll see the “Forgot your username or password?” link at the bottom of our login form. Once you have clicked on that, it will prompt you for a username so your account’s password can be emailed to you.

You can also access this page directly by using this link: http://www.snewsnet.com/cgi-bin/snews/service/lost_password.html.

If you have misplaced your username as well (we know, it happens!), you can enter other information, such as your first and last name, email address and zip code, to retrieve your username and password. You’ll need to enter enough information to ensure one match in our system. Once done, our system will email a username and password to that email -- as long as all matches up.

Keep in mind, if you have set up multiple accounts with the same email, an email alone is not sufficient -- so a first and last name and, if you can remember it, the username -- may be required to help narrow down the choices.

This’ll make sure you can get your SNEWS whenever the need for a fix strikes -- even if we are out of the office.

And there’s so much more you can do on SNEWS! Here’s a sampling:

>> List yourself or your company in our Industry Directory of professionals by category. Click here to apply to be added. (We approve all listings before they go live.) Click here to see our growing directory.

>> Put up a classified ad as a seeker or employer. www.snewsnet.com/jobs

>> Save your top stories in your own My SNEWS favorites “Save This” folder (All Access Subscriber exclusive).

>> Post you own press releases to go live in the section “Industry News Releases” with headlines going out with our news (All Access Subscribers exclusive).

>> Take our regular Reader Polls on trends, news and just fun stuff too. Click here to go directly to the polls.

To peruse our FAQ about SNEWS, what we offer, how you find and research stories, how you contact us, and all the good inside stuff, click here.

And be sure to email us at any time at snewsbox@snewsnet.com if you have any questions about your SNEWS.

--SNEWS Editors

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