in National Magazines and Newspapers Even if You’re a PR Newbie
Pitching magazine and newspaper editors can be terrifying to any PR person, let alone entrepreneurs and experts who don’t know anything about the field.
So to help make the pitching process a little bit less intimidating for entrepreneurs like you, I am holding a free live Q&A (PITCH - FREE) webinar on June 7, 2017, at 1 PM ET. In this free live training, you’ll learn everything you need to know to jump start your own PR efforts including:
How media lead times work and what magazines and newspapers want now
Ways to find the right media contacts without buying expensive media database software
Tips to draft a pitch that actually gets a response
What to include in your subject line so it gets opened
How to pitch yourself as an expert for a radio or podcast segment
Advice on how to use media coverage to build your email list
For those of you who don’t know me, I’ve been the publicist and creative director of the New York-based creative agency, CreativeDevelopmentAgency.com for more than a decade. Throughout the last ten years, I’ve launched and grown more than 165 brands (including fashion and beauty brands, blogs, authors, tech companies, apps, fitness companies, etc.).
My clients have been featured in countless media outlets including Today.com, PopSugar.com, FOX Business News, Forbes, Success.com, BusinessWeek.com, NPR.com, Glamour.com, Refinery29.com, etc. And my businesses have been featured in more than 100 different media outlets including TechRepublic.com, Tech.co, Entrepreneur.com, Inc.com, HuffingtonPost.com, and more!
Reserve your spot below now!