For example, is it best to avoid a direct pitch of your product and/or goal? Avoid being to personal? While I understand their human, but from my experience, there are some barriers to stay clear from in order to gain their trust.
Try not to be long winded. Be to the point about what you are asking. If you are giving them a good idea of what your product or goal is and leave it there. If they have questions, they will come back to you. If you get too long winded, they may not read through the entire request or become boared and click off.
This is complicated for me too, because - as far as a "credible pitch package" - our inability to put blind-confidence in the service, merits a precautionary approach. AND YET i want to give away ideas here, - that's why i am here: not for services, - And this is not advertised as a CONTACT point.
Im happy with my votes
have a credible pitch package
I think avoiding trying to be desperate and over persuasive
Avoid writing long emails
Avoid reaching out to the wrong representative. Each representative serves a specific purpose.
Avoid talking about how the deal will benefit you. A pitch should be focused on the recipient.
From working in the Hamptons a suggestion I can give you is: Know your pitch audience well. You want to be pitching something organic to Jessica Alba, but not to another celebrity per se. Look at what they have endorsed before to gauge if your product fits. Looking at their Instagram will also give you a clue as to what products they use.
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