Are you pitching the right food & drink product to the right outlet?
There are dedicated food and drink magazines which have held their own during the various lockdowns.
As food and drink became such an important mode of survival in our darkest hours, these pages have grown rather than shrunk so there isn’t such a PR battle for those mouth-watering column inches.
The broadsheets don’t tend to have standalone sections for food, but the pagination given to restaurants, recipes, food products, cocktails, bars and so on is vast, with plenty of pages to target on behalf of your clients.
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Nothing screams “unprepared” like questions you can’t answer, about the client you are pitching.
It can be really tempting to get excited about working with a client you love, and promising them the world. We love a motivated PR, but you must be realistic when setting and managing expectations with your client.
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