Recipe for Press

Revolutionizing the Way Entrepreneuers Manage Their Own Public Relations

IVY - Amy Flurry

Ivy has asked Amy to host webinar on Thursday, September 28 at 12:30pm EST / 9:30am PST

 In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How do editors want to be pitched

  • Who to pitch

  • Can you pitch more than one editor the same project

  • What are the most common mistakes to avoid in a pitch

  • How long should my pitch be

  • Do I attach images or send a dropbox link?

  • What types of projects do editors want most

  • When to pitch

  • What information do they want to see in a pitch

  • How and when should you follow up?

  • What’s the fastest way to an editor’s heart?

Ivy members can sign up here.
Not an Ivy member?  You can get your own one-on-one consult with Amy here.
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Amy is on a panel with these rock stars, during fall design week AmericasMart Atlanta to discuss securing press, collaboration and buzz!
Wednesday, September 27 @ 1:00 PM
Building 1, Floor 1, Event Hall

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Harper Calhoun

Now for a Recipe For Press  PSA (Pitch Service Announcement!) National editors are pulling together February issues so now is the time to pitch anything or any product related to #love #red #valentinesday #chocolate  by intern @harpersbazaarrr at our local boutique chocolate shop, @condorchocolates

Before reaching out to the press, be sure you are prepared and remember embed your images. Sending attachments without permission is a big pitching no-no.

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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.

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This lovely meeting lead to Amy leading an Ivy Webinar on How To Pitch Your Project to Magazines and Blogs.

IVY - Amy Flurry

In this webinar, you will learn

  • How do editors want to be pitched

  • Who to pitch

  • Can you pitch more than one editor the same project

  • What are the most common mistakes to avoid in a pitch

  • How long should my pitch be

  • Do I attach images or send a dropbox link?

  • What types of projects do editors want most

  • When to pitch

  • What information do they want to see in a pitch

  • How and when should you follow up?

  • What’s the fastest way to an editor’s heart?

Ivy members can sign up here: http://bit.ly/2waUYpa
Not an Ivy member?  You can get your own one-on-one consult with Amy here.
Nashville Ivy Gathering photos by: @amberulmer 
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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 use social media to promote themselves or their brand. They feature helpful hints on how to use blogging and social media correctly and efficiently along with tips on how to successfully manage your own small business.

Pitch tip: available online is Belong magazine’s media kit which includes information on who their readers are what they are interested in. If you think your product or brand would have an impact on female entrepreneurs, bloggers, or social media personalities go to Belong’s online submission form (https://www.belong-mag.com/submit/) and we can’t stress enough that you need to read their submission guidelines before pitching to make sure your product or brand fits on their pages.

Happy pitching!

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