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How To Pitch 10: Your Questions

Last but not least, I enjoy sending out the follow up questions I get asked on my articles/sessions in the hope it’s useful. What is the best medium for submitting a pitch? Double check if there’s any specifications in the pitch itself, if not I would advise ...
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How to Pitch 9: Rejection

We’ve been going through all things pitching, so now it’s important to consider why your pitch didn’t win. Speed dating Pitching can be a little like speed dating, there’s nothing personal if you didn’t get the gig. This is why I say I never spent an hour ...
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How to Pitch 8: The Meeting

Don’t Go To Meetings Let me make it perfectly clear that if you’re going to a meeting to pitch, then this job better be worth it. I often talk about when I first started my business with bills to pay and a sick mother. It was ...
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How to Pitch 7: The Call

Hopefully if you’ve been following these lessons you’ll be writing short and punchy sales pitches. Sometimes from an initial pitch you’ll be invited to tender. Generally this will be for those bigger jobs, quite often if a potential client wants a call it will be ...
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How to Pitch 6: Pricing

Money is always a big question. Price can definitely be a make or break factor for any pitch. The problem is that you have no control over the person’s perception of how easy/expensive something is. You also have no control over how your competition price. Don’t ...
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How to Pitch 4: Details

I think pitching is all about.… Wait. Actually I know all about pitching, so why would I say “I think”? This is such an easy little mistake to make whenever you’re writing a pitch. Now we’ve covered the basics of what to include in a pitch and ...