20 common PR habits that drive journalists bonkers

Public relations pros know better, but somehow these worst practices worm their way into the course of a workweek. So to review, here are peeves, taboos and no-nos to avoid at all costs.

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Interacting with journalists is a lot like dating.

You have to play it cool, wait three days before you call (or better yet, call never) and stop the digital stalking.

From our journalist friends and acquaintances, we’ve heard it all from their pet peeves to their horror stories about PR professionals.

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