Pitch me, Baby!

Pitch me, Baby!

Monday, July 11, 2011
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Central
Price: $169
Member Price: $139

What you'll learn:

  • How to write email pitches that jump off the screen
  • The three things you should NEVER do when pitching a reporter
  • David Pogue's three examples of fantastic pitches that led to stories and blog posts in The New York Times
  • Examples of great email subject lines & really horrible ones
  • The one incredibly clever pitch that instantly turned into a story (Hint: You'll be surprised and amused by this technique)
Product Code: Y1WC05

Join us for the most popular media relations and pitching webcast in PR Daily history.

Important: This is not an old-fashioned, sit-around-the-phone audio course. This is a video webcast recorded at David's live presentation at our popular Media Relations Summit in New York City.

And remember what you'll get for your registration fee:

  • The entire video recording on DVD
  • The ability to pack as many people as you like into your conference room to watch the re-broadcast

Are you tired of hearing reporters complain about PR people? NYT's David Pogue is different. He credits media relations professionals with giving him most of his column and blog post ideas.

David also knows the PR industry, having keynoted our live events for three years.

NOTE: IF you can't make this rebroadcast, your registration includes a FREE DVD that you can watch on your schedule. You can also share the recording with colleagues on your team.

What else will you learn from this webcast:

  • Why you should care passionately about pitching perfection
  • What you can do RIGHT NOW to improve your pitches
  • Real-life pitches: great, good, and ugly
  • How bad pitches go wrong
  • Pogue’s five “pitch pet peeves”

You may also order this webcast over the phone at 1.800.878.5331.