A new way to pitch your work?

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PeteKnowlton
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A new way to pitch your work?

Post by PeteKnowlton » May 27th, 2011, 2:09 pm

So I have been helping a dear friend of mine (A professional Voice Talent named JoJo Jensen) with a new concept to help pitch our writing in passing.

The idea formed when we realized there is only so much time in the day to read something, but what if there was a little bit of extra time added into an agents day to be able to read the work of a writer during the time they normally can't?

Here are a few examples:

While an agent is traveling in the car.
When an agent is running into the store, or in a hurry to see a client.
When an agent is so tired the words blur on the page and they would rather just listen to the piece in front of them.

What if it were now possible to have your work heard without the agent ever having to read the boring page that looks like everyone else's manuscript?

Welcome to the concept of the AudioTeaser. (have a listen!)
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Mira
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Re: A new way to pitch your work?

Post by Mira » May 31st, 2011, 4:12 pm

This is interesting!

I could see a use for it with agents and at writing conferences.

I could also see a use for this as a marketing tool, for example on the radio, etc.

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