Getting Published: The Do’s and Don’ts for Pitching Like a Pro
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Instructor Amy Flurry, July 19, 2023; 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. EST. Online
July 19, 2023 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. EST

Is your design work ready for media attention? Join Recipe for Press founder Amy Flurry for a behind-the-scenes fact check on what editors and content producers everywhere love (and loathe) in a pitch, plus smart ways to steer clear of the little mistakes proven to quash big opportunities. Learn the essential editorial etiquette designers need now to win positive notice for your projects, products and profile in the opinionated eyes of today’s media. 

In this class, attendees will learn:

- How to package an editor-friendly pitch (that isn’t immediately deleted)
- When and how to follow up on your proposal
- How to find the right editors and related contacts for your projects

After this class, attendees will have Flurry’s exclusive Pitch Roadmap, a 13-page guide to creating a simple strategy for landing coverage that includes:

- A formula for discovering multiple angles from one project
- A pre-pitch checklist
- More pitch tips from the pros

Additional Information:

This workshop is conducted through Zoom webinar. All you need to join is reliable internet access and computer speakers with good volume.

BOH Insiders get unlimited free LAUNCH classes!

Click here to learn more. If you are already a BOH Insider member and are looking to take this class, please register through your Benefits Portal. Questions? Email membership@businessofhome.com.

Amy Flurry is a nationally recognized speaker on the subject of DIY PR. The author of two books on the subject, including Recipe for Press: Designer Edition, she developed a must-have Media List and Pitch Wheel, giving designers all the tools they need to take advantage of press opportunities. As a brand advisor, she partners with companies in the home furnishings industry to develop and expand their existing marketing strategies and apply trend directions to their product development. In 2020, Flurry founded Aloka Home, a company that gives vintage Indian quilts a second life in today’s modern homes.