Would you love to get media coverage for your pet service business but feel unsure where to start?
If you’re a service provider like a dog walker, groomer, trainer or pet sitter, then it’s vital people who live nearby know about what it is that you have to offer.
Having media coverage can elevate your status and make you the star pet business and the go-to person in your town or village.
But where do you start when it comes to pitching?
Last week I did a Twitter Q and A for #PetworkingHour and this was where people seemed to get stuck.
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So in this episode I explore the different types of places you can pitch to. You can listen in on the link below or read as a blog post.
Five media outlets to pitch to for your pet service business
In this post you will discover five places you can pitch story ideas about your pet business to ahead of the PR challenge taking place on September 14-18th 2020.
Plus there’s plenty of examples from pet business owners who have pitched successfully and have become the name on the tip of everyone’s tongue.
If you’ve not already signed up to the challenge, spaces are limited so click here to claim your place.
Local pet blogs
A blogger has a clearly defined audience, so you know you’re reaching potentially tens of thousands of pet owners by appearing on their platform.
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