6 Things You Need to Know Before Pitching Press
Are you confident about reaching out to editors to get your jewelry designs featured in major magazines and influential blogs?
When I first started out, I was really intimidated and anxious to reach out to editors. Then I got a call from a local editor who requested to feature my jewelry and I realized pitching press wasn’t as tough as I had perceived!
Over the years, the most effective PR strategy I ever had was the DIY approach. While there are some benefits to having a GOOD PR firm (they have the relationships, etc.), it can be a BIG financial investment.
The truth of the matter is, no one is ever going to be as dedicated to building YOUR brand as YOU are.
That is why, today, I am so excited to interview my friend, Andreea Ayers of Get Media Happy!
In this video, we chat about…
- 3 Keys to Perfecting Pitch Emails
- The SECRET to deciphering editorial calendars
- Common pitching mistakes to AVOID
- The Golden Pitching Rule of Specificity
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After you watch the video, tell us the following:
- What is your biggest takeaway from Andrea’s advice?
- What specific actions are you going to take this week to pitch PR yourself?
At the end of the training, we talk about Andreea’s Get Media Happy!
If you want to take the guesswork out of DIY PR, this is one of the best membership opportunities there is! As a member, you’ll gain DIRECT access to media opportunities from some of the most influential magazines, editors and bloggers out there. The result? You’ll not only save heaps of time, build your email list and grow your social media following, but gain the kind of credibility that’ll set you apart as a market leader.
Go here to Learn More about Get Media Happy today!
Andreea Ayers’ Get Media Happy is the go-to source for top editors and bloggers seeking product-based news stories from media-ready entrepreneurs. Her mission? To make PR less intimidating for those entrepreneurs who can’t afford a monthly retainer fee for a professional PR firm.