Just believe in yourself, and things will happen... or scrap that and take this course!
Done with waiting for sponsors and partners to find you? Wondering why your inbox is empty when it seems like other bloggers are constantly partnering with brands and travel companies? More importantly - tired of fluff pieces and posts about how to pitch that tell you next to nothing?
Let's just admit it; the internet is a busy and crowded place, and you need a strategy to stand out, find the right partners, and craft the perfect pitch.
This course is packed to the brim with concrete, actionable content. What to do, write, say, and exactly when do it. Templates, trade secrets, resources, and actionable steps are all inside, giving you everything you need to pitch, deliver, and build lasting relationships with partners.
Start to finish, this course will transform your blog, build your confidence, and set you up for success when pitching to sponsors, brands, and tourism boards.
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Why take How To Pitch?
This course was created to provide actionable steps. Forget about motivation, inspiration, and all that jazz - you've already got all that, and that's why you're here! You are motivated, you are inspired, and you are a go-getter... if only someone would tell you where on earth to go next.
I'm just like you. I want to know what to do next. That's why How to Pitch was created. There is enough encouragement on the internet already but what's not plentiful is instruction and steps. Fortunately, you've come to the right place. It's all here.
- Focus your blogging efforts.
- Learn how to find companies that want to work with up-and-coming bloggers.
- Develop the perfect pitch, and build lasting relationships with partners
Here's what people are saying!
"I have learned so much in Nina's course and it has given me the confidence to begin pitching and the mindset that I can turn my blog from a hobby into an actual business.
The way she writes makes it seem like you are receiving guidance from a good friend with a great sense of humor and witty jokes.
I had never done an email based course before so I was not sure what to expect. Nina proved to me it was doable and is a great way to communicate ideas. She would send a couple emails a week, which always contained valuable information and relevant links to her own work. This ultimately allowed me to make the most out of the pitching course and as a result, I have landed multiple companies to work with on an upcoming trip, including an airline!"
~ Tasha, The Backpackers Wanderlust
" I enjoyed drafting my WHY statement using Nina's guiding questions. Her feedback was prompt and super helpful! I can't wait to learn more about blogging with her!"
~ Victoria, The Norwherian Daughter
"This course is incredibly helpful and action-oriented. Nina really pushed me to reflect on my purpose and goals as far as making my blog a business. It wasn't easy and it did take time, but she broke it down into manageable steps and clear actions for me to take. I will be referring to her advice regularly!"
~ Susan, This Big Wild World
How to Pitch Course Outline
When you register for How to Pitch, you will immediately have access to all course materials. That doesn't mean you're on your own, though!
It might seem overwhelming to be handed everything at once. It's set up this way so that you can easily find information that you need, depending on where you are in your travels and sponsor relationships. While some lessons require that you go slow and work through them, others are quick and best done in succession. Instant access gives you everything, right at your finger tips.
When you register, you will also be added to an exclusive e-mail list. You will receive regular weeks with extended lessons, tips, and a suggested schedule to help you stay on top of the material!
StartHacks for finding brands and sponsors that want to work with you.
StartNEW: How to Screen Partners Before Sending Your Pitch
StartBuilding Relationships and Working With Tourism Boards
StartTemplate: Reach out to your Local Tourism Board
StartWhat to Charge
StartWhen to "Work for Free"
StartPre-Pitching Questions to Ask Yourself
StartWrite Your Pitching E-mail
StartNEW: Key Phrases to Use (and to Avoid!)
StartWhen to Pitch