Many people have a story to tell. However, Hope Horwitz advices that it is important to understand what to pitch and what not to pitch to a journalist. By knowing what the journalist wants, one is able to provide relevant and consistent pitches that have higher chances of being responded to positively.
Hope Horwitz knows that a great story is everything, and that the stories she tells help boost opportunities for her clients and ratings for her media partners. She has had an illustrious career in PR and has directed some fun and rewarding PR campaigns.
In this snippet from her full-length episode, on Shock Your Potential Virtual Conference, Hope shares some insights on what makes a story to be considered newsworthy.
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