When journalists receive between 50-100 cold email pitches per day and admit to rejecting a whopping 95% of them, it’s more important than ever to make sure you’re getting it right.
Wouldn’t it be great to know exactly what will prevent your pitch from ending up in the trash before you’ve sent it?
Muck Rack had the opportunity to interview four journalists about what they look for in pitches from PR professionals.
Read on to get expert advice on crafting the perfect pitch, and check out some other popular blog posts from the past few weeks.
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How Taco Bell uses Muck Rack to achieve their PR goals
“Muck Rack is the map, compass and GPS for navigating the ever evolving media and journalist landscape.Truly without them, as a PR practitioner, I would be lost. -Matt Prince, Senior Manager of Public Relations and Brand Experience, Taco Bell
Learn how Taco Bell, the world’s largest Mexican-inspired quick service restaurant brand, uses Muck Rack to:
- Curate topic-specific media lists with Muck Rack’s journalist search engine.
- Discover which journalists follow and interact with Taco Bell on Twitter with Journalist Maps.
- Monitor top tier journalists covering the Taco Bell brand through Muck Rack Alerts.
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