Last week we talked about some of the differences between Consumer and Trade media. If you’ve ever pitched a story idea to a reporter by phone, you know how hard it can be to succeed. Today we want to share 7 things to consider when you are pitching to the media:
People are often confused about the difference between a consumer media and trade media. This article will help you understand some of the differences between the two.
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Guest Post by Kaitlin Thals. Kaitlin is a Senior Digital Producer at SEED. You can connect with Kaitlin on LinkedIn. An insight into pitching messages and products effectively, from a former journalist. If you work in public relations or communications for a business or organisation and you’re trying to get your message out there — I’ve got some secrets […]