My HARO Pitch Got Rejected…Now What?

My pitch got rejected…What should I do!?

If you’re reading this, it’s most likely because you sent me a pitch on HARO (Help a Reporter Out), and I wasn’t able to use you as a source for the story I was writing. Or maybe you sent me an unsolicited pitch via email that isn’t a good fit at the moment.

As discouraging as that may be, there’s still hope!

I’m a firm believer that solid relationships are the cornerstone to success in journalism. And media pitching. And business. And just life in general.

So, what are the best ways for us to build a relationship, and keep in touch for future opportunities?

  • #1 Follow me on social media, keep an eye on HARO queries, and open my emails.
You could be a potential source in the future!
  • #2 Submit a guest post to the Media Moguls PR blog.

Do you have a killer guest post to share?
Here’s a link to current guest post opportunities, and our full editorial calendar.
  • #3 Hire us for a paid PR collaboration.
Money talks

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. PR and Media Relations strategy is best used as a long term play. But it’s a strategy that pays dividends over and over again. And it helps to have solid partners along the way.

I look forward to working together in the future! – Blair

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