Prompt Pitch: Media Pitching for start-ups
Media pitching by the hourWelcome to Prompt Pitch, a service for entrepreneurs, owners and marketers in high growth tech companies.
The ideas is simple. If you need to share your company’s expertise, products and services with the world, then media relations can be a great starting place. Yet most PR companies and media professionals work on a retainer basis, involving long-term contracts and demanding funds that are impractical for the majority of start-ups. And ‘cold calling’ media outlets can be time-consuming and stressful for entrepreneurs.
With Prompt Pitch, Prompt’s media pitching team will advise and select the core publications that are relevant to your business, products and services, and pitch you and your business to those press. Just like well-executed sales calling, calls are documented, actions summarized and shared, and opportunities grabbed.
Prompt Pitch offers three levels of service to tech owners and entrepreneurs, enabling a cost-effective and risk-free way to approach core media – including business, trade and consumer publications. You simply fill out the form below, choose the service you would like, share details of key messaging, target audiences and we’ll do the rest!
Prompt Pitch: Level 1Pitching and feedback from 1-5 core publications
Prompt Pitch: Level 2Pitching and feedback from 6-10 core publications
Prompt Pitch: Level 3Pitching and feedback from 11-15 core publications
How Prompt pitches:At Prompt we believe in the power of phone pitching: discussing ideas and themes with relevant press, understanding their perspective and interest, developing strong story angles and giving full feedback to our clients about which press are interested, what they said and planning next steps. We give full feedback to our clients on publications pitched, editors and journalists approached and engaged, total transparency on what their feedback and views, and follow up with relevant information, and also keeping our clients fully informed at each step.
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