Whether you’re pitching yourself as a freelance writer, pitching a guest post to get publicity for your business and establish yourself as an expert, or pitching your services, the pitch email is what’ll get you in the door. A well-crafted pitch email will intrigue the reader and make them want to talk to you more or read more from you.
I’ve been writing online since 2008, pitching my guest posts since 2009, and I built up my freelance writing business quickly (like, three months quickly) by enthusiastically pitching myself–over and over again, so I have a fair amount of practice on this matter.
The pitch email review service works like this:
- You pay, then fill out questionnaire to help me suss out more about your motives with this particular email
- I’ll go over your answers + do additional research on your background and the company/site/publication you’re pitching
- Then, you’ll send me your draft email and I’ll go over it, fine-tuning to make it just right
- And, last but not least, I’ll whip up a template customized for you that you can use when pitching other, similar opportunities in the future
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If you’re writing that pitch email because you’re sending in an article–whether freelance or a contributed article for publicity–then you might want to get a second set of eyes on it, too. If that’s the case, you can get the pitch email review and editing for an article of up to 2,000 words, with a few pointers via email about things to watch out for in future articles:[add_to_cart id=”31973″]