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Category Archives: Check It Out

Check it Out: 91 Magazine

Who they are: 91 Magazine is a UK based biannual publication with an emphasis on creative living. This cute and eclectic magazine features with beautiful homes, sophisticated DIY projects, up and coming brands, and inspiring articles. Why we like them: 91 Magazine features beautiful and up to date interior design tips and trends, but they …Continue Reading

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Ivy Designer Gathering

Amy  conducted a crash course on how to pitch projects to magazine editors at this  Nashville Ivy Designer Gathering with fabulous Laura Thurman and Kathy Kinton.  Check out the full story here. This lovely meeting lead to Amy leading an Ivy Webinar on How To Pitch Your Project to Magazines and Blogs. In this webinar, …Continue Reading

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Check It Out: Belong Magazine

Who they are: Belong is a quarterly digital and print publication celebrating the art and community of blogging, social media and entrepreneurship. This magazine aims to inspire its readers to embrace their creativity and create a community of freethinkers from its readers. Why we like them: This magazine is focused towards women who blog and …Continue Reading

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10 REASONS TO PURCHASE THE PITCH WHEEL!

Have you ordered your Pitch Wheel yet? It takes the math out of remembering when to pitch national and regional editors! Plus, the keycard on the back gives you prompts as to what editors will be looking for each month. 

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CHECK IT OUT: Linda Jerkins

Calling all southern belles! We want to introduce you to the Southern artisans and product blog of your dreams. Check out Southernfinds!  Curated by the multi talented, Linda Jerkins, who is also a writer for the Atlanta Journal Constitution. She finds amazing people to feature on her blog. Pitch her here!          

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