• http://www.britekite.com.au/ Wendy Coombes

    Love the idea of systemising your outreach. Had a quick look at PitchBox and it is obvious it would be a great workflow tool for that goal. I think the key here is creating a replicable team of people to keep the outreach funnel topped up. How to build such a team? Perhaps a topic for a follow up post Stephan. Would love to learn how you have approached this.

    Meanwhile I will get my trusted copy of GTD out and reread it. I read it years ago and am still using the methodology in various parts of my life and work but refresher read will hopefully help me uncover new areas to apply the method.

  • George S.

    PitchBox is great in concept but I’d still put my money on a person anytime.
    Scraping random sites for random email addresses is not the handiest of shortcuts.

  • http://www.TheeDesign.com/ TheeDesign Studio

    Absolutely right. Outreach is often overlooked but can lead to some of your best links.

  • KMollins

    Investing in a professional public relations database which has thousands of contacts broken down by industry like Vocus can save a lot of time and effort.

  • Guest

    Obviously, advertisement and linking is key factor for public relations. It plays a vital role in promoting your stuffs.

  • http://infocurse.com/ Ayan Das

    Obviously, advertisement and linking is key factor for public relations. It plays a vital role in promoting your stuffs especially in web marketing.