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In this course you'll learn how to reach out and build lasting relationships with reporters, journalists, bloggers, press, and influencers. We'll go over how to do research and find most relevant reporters to your interests, how to craft your emails when reaching out, how to determine which content to put into the cold email you're sending them, how to guess reporter's emails and how to track whether they have read your email, how many times and on which devices. We will get into how to build a genuine relationship from the first email response all the way to the point where they ask you what you do for work.
This is a preliminary course for all customers/startups starting to use: https://justreachout.io for building relationships with journalists.
In this section I'll introduce you to the course and explain what to expect.
In this lecture we'll go over how to prepare for reaching out to reporters and journalists.
In this lecture I go over how to actually reach out to reporters, best practices to follow and I show you a few real examples of me reaching out to journalists.
In this lecture I show you the tools to use to guess email address and see if people have read your emails.
In this lecture I show you live how I find a journalist, figure out a topic to reach out about, guess his email and actually reach out.
In this final lecture we wrap up and review everything in this course.
In this lecture we'll talk about the most popular FAQ I get asked - "I can't guess someone's email, can you help?" I will show you how to permutate every possible email combination and guess someone's email.
In this lecture we go over all the pressing FAQs that you might have once you start reaching out and building relationships with journalists.
Dmitry does a great job of laying out what steps you need to take to successfully pitch reporters - although after taking his course, I hardly think pitch is a good word to use - I'd say "network" is much better.
This was actually quite good. Somewhat short, but always on the subject. And not one word about JustReachOut, the tool Dmitry is building. I guess that he follows the principles he talks about in the course :)
Very good course for beginners to help understand the mindset of journalists. He also has some good tools to help you stay connected.