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Posted 26 April 2007 - 01:06 PM
I'm running a free stock recommendation service and would like to share our recommendations through PRs.
So, I'm looking around for clues about the way these PRs are taken by Yahoo or Google and linked to company stock ticker to appear in their news page. Is this open to any PR or reserved to some trusted source?
Also, I had a look at PRweb, and they state that you can not include the stock ticker of another company without their written agreement. That's quite a problem for me. First, it will add a delay between the recommendations are issued on the agreement reached, and also I see a little problem asking a company if they want to be featured on our sell list?
Any idea about the topic would much appreciated.
Posted 26 April 2007 - 01:38 PM
I understand that your releases are primarily concerned with recommending stocks and the addition of those stocks into your portfolio. Thank you for providing your release so that I could see it specifically. In this case, I think it would be acceptable to use the stock ticker symbols, as you are recommending the stock.
Posted 16 June 2007 - 01:56 PM
Public Relation Professionals are also bound by a code of ethics, and several laws regarding publicly traded companies. You might want to be familiar with some of these before speaking to a PR professional.
I would suggest reviewing the PRSA "Code of Ethics" and review the AP Style and Libel Book, which has some guidelines for PR professionals dealing with information on Publicly Traded Companies.
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