If you’re looking to promote your business – being able to write a great pitch is a must. But it’s all too easy to get bogged down in the detail – how to write great email subject headers or compelling opening lines, for example – and miss the obvious.
In this episode, I share one thing you can do right now that will improve your pitching.
Here’s what I cover in this episode:
- The biggest mistake people make with pitching
- How to find ideas that are a perfect fit for the person you’re pitching to
- The one thing most people forget to mention in their pitch
- How to pitch successfully when you don’t have experience, influence or a big audience
Key resources and links
How to get featured in the media (without resorting to slimy, spammy tactics) – my guest post for Sarah Von Bargen’s small business blog
5 excuses entrepreneurs make not to do PR (my piece for Entrepreneur magazine)
How to use Facebook groups to promote your business with Jill Stanton (episode 33)
How to land a Ted X talk with Elizabeth McCourt (episode 35)
How to guest post like a boss with Kimanzi Constable (episode 21)
Fear-free pitching with Alexia Leachman (episode 3)
The F-word with Jonathan Tilley (episode 27)
How to be resilient with ‘Tough Girl’ Sarah Williams (episode 39)
What to do next
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