Ivy Webinar: How To Pitch Your Project to Magazines and Blogs
Hosted By: Amy Flurry, former editor, author and DIY PR expert
When: Thursday, September 28 at 12:30pm EST / 9:30am PST
You’re sitting on a finished design project that you think has press potential. Now what? Don’t let the stress of writing the perfect pitch put the freeze on your efforts. Former magazine editor and DIY PR expert Amy Flurry will walk us through the process of going from completed design project to getting published.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How editors want to be pitched
- Who to pitch
- Where you can pitch more than one editor for the same project
- Common mistakes to avoid in a pitch
- How long a pitch should be
- Whether to attach images or send a dropbox link
- What types of projects editors want most
- When to pitch
- What information to include in a pitch
- How and when to follow up with an editor
- The fastest way to an editor’s heart
Amy’s book is available at www.recipeforpress.com and her second book, Recipe for Press: Interior Designer Edition will be available in January of 2018. Enter “ivy” at checkout for a 20% discount on Recipe for Press, Amy’s 2017 Media List and all other products.
About Amy Flurry
Amy Flurry has two decades of editorial experience as a contributor to some of the biggest magazines on the newsstand and in print. Inspired by her career in publishing, Amy authored Recipe for Press (Pitch Your Story and Create a Buzz, 2011) then took to the road, sharing her editorial insights with creative entrepreneurs. Her follow-up book, Recipe for Press: Interior Designer Edition, will be available in January 2018.
Beyond publishing, Amy works with trade-only brands in marketing direction, brand development and in building their relationships with interior designers. She is a featured speaker at national trade shows and organizations, including ASID, High Point Market, Interior Design Society and Design Bloggers Conference and a communication’s advisor for a few great, trade-only interiors companies.
Amy lives in Athens, Georgia. She also co-founded Paper-Cut-Project, a company that conceives highly crafted installations in paper for fashion houses including Kate Spade, Hermes, Valentino, Christies and also the Victoria & Albert museum.
What is Ivy?
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