Any pitch that starts, “In today’s tough economy…” gets ignored.
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Hey, this growing set of strict rules makes me feel like a child in former East Germany .-)
Nice blog format anyhow …
We respect your work and your opinion.
But I tend to agree with KP about these “tips”. Why not give folks an idea of what works (instead of keeping up the stream of cranky complaints)?
Just a suggestion…
JJC: Not as funny that way.
But maybe I’ll try a few positively-spun items and see what the response is.
“Not as funny that way”
True, especially in todays tough economy haha
je vous aime tous les deux…
JJC and Rafe: My feeling is that why would a journalist congratulate a PR person publicly for just doing their job right? A good PR pitch should be expected, but a bad one screams to be shared.
If you’re interested, Todd Defren of SHIFT Communications tried to highlight good pitches from PR folks a few years back (http://goodpitch.blogspot.com/). In the end he had a hard time getting journalists to forward him examples.
Let’s hope it was a verbal pitch and not a written one
I’d hate to think that todays are plural.
@artpredator. Ugh, a typo. I have corrected it.
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