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SNEWS FAQ: Got a news tip? Share it…even anonymously

If you wonder if some gossip or news you hear is true, trust your friends at SNEWS® to find out the real scoop. Here's how.
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If you ever hear things you’d like us to know or to check out, there’s a way to do it easily and quickly – even if you don’t want to share your name.

Of course we prefer to know who is talking to us since you know we honor our word and don’t reveal sources. But we understand some cases call for protection.

With or without your name, just go to our “got a tip” email and tell us what you know or hear. We naturally never print hear-say; rather, we verify all information by calling sources to find out what’s really going on.

The "Got A Tip" link is under Manage Subscription. Click here to find it or cut-and-paste this link into your browser: www.snewsnet.com/got_a_tip



Other things 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.

>> Offer an essay or story – inspirational, fun, quirky, or whatever – for our occasional Reader Vibe column. Just email ReaderVibe@snewsnet.com with your story or idea.

>> Save your top stories in your own My SNEWS favorites “Save This” folder (All Access Subscriber-exclusive). Click here to see your folder and find out more.

>> Post you own press releases to go live in the section “Industry News Releases” with headlines going out with our news (All Access Subscriber-exclusive). www.snewsnet.com/PRpost

>> Get involved in Chats with other SNEWS subscribers about a story or an industry issue.

>> Take our regular Reader Polls and see instantaneous results. www.snewsnet.com/minisurvey

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 or comments about your SNEWS.

--SNEWS® Editors

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