My Winning Pitch Template AND Guide to Powering Up Your Pitches Posted on January 20, 2017 by Jacob Jans in Uncategorized Click Here to Download Your Copy of “My Winning Pitch Template” The No B.S. Class on Freelance Writing is now open for enrollment. Learn more about the class here. 11 comments on “My Winning Pitch Template AND Guide to Powering Up Your Pitches” Zya on February 25th, 2017 - 1:37pm Awesome! Thank you very much! Magnificent, simple approach Reply Sandy N on January 26th, 2017 - 12:13pm The “Why It Works” document mentioned here wasn’t included in the email I received? Reply Linda on January 26th, 2017 - 11:31am Thank you! Very kind and your professional approach is greatly appreciated! Reply Pamela on January 24th, 2017 - 12:58pm Thanks I have had one book published and this is good to know Reply Kdebz on January 23rd, 2017 - 9:00am Thank you Reply Baiba Kreger on January 21st, 2017 - 3:55pm Thank you for “My Winning Pitch Template.” I will try it on my next pitch to a publication for some short stories. Reply Evan A . Brett on January 21st, 2017 - 12:25pm Ian/Jacob, Thank you for the information on How to Make My Pitch, along with the template accompanying it. It seems pretty close to what I have been already doing. The difference is that I’m trying to attract a traditional publisher to one or more of my fictional novels, whereas your presentation deals mainly with blogs – as an example, trying to sell an article to a blog. I don’t really get into following the millions of blogs that are out there. And even if I did, i doubt that they would be of much help finding a publisher for my self-published fictional novels. But as a novelist yourself, you must have initially had to attract such a publisher of your own. (By now you may have even moved on to other publishers that you prefer). Do you think my pitch to publishers should vary from the one you have outlined here? Reply Jacob Jans on January 23rd, 2017 - 9:56am Evan, sending out queries and manuscripts for traditional book publishers is a very different process than pitching magazines and blogs. The requirements are often very different, depending on who your are sending the query to. Often they will want a much more in-depth cover letter, the first 20 pages of your book, evidence that you’re already popular, and a marketing plan. It’s also VERY hard to find a traditional publisher if for a manuscript that has already been self published, unless it is already quite successful. Reply Joesph on January 21st, 2017 - 10:40am Why would you be pitching to an editor rather than a writing agent or publisher? Reply Jacob Jans on January 23rd, 2017 - 9:57am Joseph, our focus here is on getting published in magazines, blogs, websites etc. We’re all about freelance writing, not traditional book publishing. Hence, pitching an editor. Reply George Busby on January 21st, 2017 - 10:02am Thank’s Jacob! I’ll keep the info on my computer and pull it up from time to time and use it. Thanks again ! from George Busby, email@example.com Reply Leave a Reply to Evan A . Brett Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Notify me via e-mail if anyone answers my comment.