10 Tips for Getting Noticed by a Journalist


Getting noticed by the media means pitching to the right journalist. Journalists receive hundreds of unsolicited pitches every year. Like me, you’ve probably wondered how to craft a pitch that will grab their attention.

Toddi Gutner, an award-winning business journalist, shared 10 Steps to Get Noticed at a recent Marketing to the Media seminar. This blog includes those 10 tips.

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