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How To Write A Pitch Letter is first
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An Example is included for you to take a look at.
Just let the company know what you will do for THEM.
First of all, you need to know, most businesses get a lot of emails every day. You have to catch their attention quickly.
Research every possible lead to get a name to write to. And then, start out with Dear Ms. or Mr. Last name. You need to do your research and find a name if at all possible. I think finding a person’s name, means you are willing to go above and beyond to get the job done. It is all about the first impression. Don’t use bold type or a lot of italics. Just type in normal mode. It’s easier to read that way. Use abbreviations and language as if you were just talking to someone. You don’t want to sound like a robot, sending out mass emails.
Always do some research on the company so you can make it more personal. And mention something specific you might want to review.
Like them on Facebook and leave a comment or say what your favorite product is that they sell. And how your readers are interested in that sort of item.
Know your followers. For instance, mine are almost all women, ages 25-50, with children, and married.
Avoid using exclamation marks in pitch or emails. They never inspire confidence in a business situation.
Always include a link to your blog and social media profiles.
Be brief. Tell them what you will do for THEM. And how it will benefit them to work with you.
In mine I include the number of followers I have total between Facebook and Twitter. And then mention that I have more on my other social media platforms.
Thank them for taking time to read your email and that you look forward to hearing back from them.
If they are interested, they will email back and ask for anymore stats if they need to.
Dear (Mr. or Ms.),
My name is Jody Cowan, I am owner/author of the blog, Mom ‘N Daughter Savings. I am writing to you about partnering with you for a review and/or giveaway. I’m sure my readers would love to visit your site, giving you new customers. I love (one of their products). I think kids would love it or most of my readers would love it (for whatever reason.)
We promote on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and several other media sites. I also promote my giveaways in network blogging groups, BlogHer, BloggyMoms and many sweepstakes sites. Pinterest is really big and I post to it every day.
One of the entries would be for them to visit your site. And of course, entrants would follow you on Facebook, Twitter and any other social media platforms you choose.
My Alexa rating is 73,565 and I have over 25,000 followers on Facebook and Twitter.
If you have any questions please feel free to email me.
Thank you for any consideration. I look forward to hearing from you.
I got quite a few things with this email, to review. If you have any suggestions or tips to make the letter better, please leave them in the comments! I love hearing from everyone!
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