It could take longer than an hour or two by the time you write, rewrite, edit, tweak, refine, tighten, polish and proofread your pitch.
But you don’t have that kind of time, do you?
That’s why I’ve written five sample pitches you can use when emailing journalists or bloggers to ask that they review your product or book. Just fill in the blanks and the task can be done in less than 10 minutes.
Regardless of whom your pitching, you’ll find a sample pitch that’s darn near perfect for you.
Here’s Why My Pitches Work
In my four decades as a journalist, publisher and blogger, I’ve accepted and rejected thousands of pitches.
My five sample pitches all send the underlying message “I know who you are, I know what you do, I know what your audience needs, and my product can help.”
And they all get results.
All five are yours when you register for the webinar on Thursday, Feb. 13, on How to Ask for Book and Product Reviews from Bloggers, Journalists and Consumers from 4 to 5 p.m. Eastern Time. UPDATE: All five are yours when you order the video replay and all the bonuses.
Who you ask, when you ask and how you ask make all the difference between a great review and requests that they ignore.
The Value of Good Reviews
Just one five-star review from an influential columnist can send your product flying off the shelves. A mountain of reviews can convince book buyers to sell your book in their stores.
Great reviews are third-party validation that your book or product is a good investment.
Can’t attend live? Register anyway because I’m recording it and you’ll get the video replay and the sample pitches within 72 hours after the webinar.
During Thursday’s session, I’ll even show you how to find and pitch Amazon’s top reviewers, many of whom review not just books but other products too!
And you’ll learn why you should welcome bad book and product reviews, not dread them.