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Best Practices for Newswire "Editorial Communication"
Best Practices for Newswire "Editorial Communication"

Using the 'Editorial Communication' to get more out of your Newswires.

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Written by James Green
Updated over a week ago

When putting together your Newswire in Agility, you may have some requests that don't necessarily have fields or options built within our software.  You may use the "Editorial Communication" widget to communicate these points to the individual that will review your release prior to publishing. You can find this on the right-most side of your Newswire screen:

Click "Add Note" and leave notes for the editorial team.  Please remember that not all requests can be fulfilled.  This only guarantees the editor will see your noted request, not that your request will be fulfilled.  Below are some examples of what you may want to note:

Request a Call

Would you like the editor to give you a call before your release is sent?  If you want to confirm formatting, images, etc., you may submit that request for a call in the Editorial Communication widget.

Request for Target Industries

You are allowed to select an industry to apply to a list that will help with targeting. You may leave a note using the Editorial Communication widget to communicate this to the editorial team.

Request Wire to be Published Prior to Scheduled Time

When submitting a wire in Agility, the earliest you may schedule it to send is 60 minutes ahead of the current time.  If you would like to send it sooner, you may leave a note making this request.

Please remember these requests are simply that, requests, and that there is no guarantee these will be fulfilled.  To ensure the best outcome, please use Agility for all you can, and only make additional requests where absolutely necessary.  We are, however, eager to please and do what we can to accommodate your requests!

If you have any questions when putting together your Newswire, we have an article that outlines the whole process here.  If you have any questions beyond that, or on entering your Notes for Editor, please feel free to contact us.  We're happy to help!

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