Pitch tank: Pitch our panel of journalists and see if your story sinks or swims

Whether you write internal- or external-facing content, there is always a gatekeeper to woo between your work and the page (or webpage). The Pitch Tank is a safe environment for testing your pitching acumen and getting real-time feedback on the strengths and weaknesses of your work. (You might even get your piece placed.)

Key Highlights:

  • How to frame your story for the publication or stakeholder you’re pitching
  • Powerful subject lines and hooks that keep your message out of the trash bin
  • Do’s and don’ts of interacting with journalists
  • Ways to sway gatekeepers into accepting your content and keeping it as intact as possible
  • Laura Kiesel
    Freelance journalist
    Freelance journalist
  • Doug Banks
    Executive editor
    Boston Business Journal
  • Lylah Alphonse
    Managing Editor
    U.S. News & World Report
  • JoAnna Klein
    The New York Times