Journalists who use OnePitch
Publicists who use OnePitch
THE END OF BAD PITCHES
For Media Professionals
One simple email per day. No follow ups. No BS.
Handpicked, verified sources specific to writing interests.
Private & secure. Never worry about your contact info being available to the public.
For PR & Comm. Professionals
Easy-to-use pitch template.
100s of verified media contacts from top tier outlets, trade & niche publications.
Save time sending One-pitch to contacts who opt in based on their writing interests.
THE START OF GREAT STORIES
HOW IT WORKS
PR & communications professionals upload and submit formatted pitches and select from the same writing interests as media professionals.
Journalists (“media professionals”) receive a daily email with all the approved pitches that match with the topics and industries they have pre-selected.
Publicists wait for our technology to match their submission with the most ideal media contact, and journalists reach out to them directly via email to pursue a story.
“I’ve definitely been enjoying the pitches — they’re formatted well, with a good amount of information, and I like that they’re all in one email :)”
“I absolutely look for my OnePitch email each day. It's worth opening because I know relevant information is being displayed.”
“I (actually) really love the concept. I'm a little skeptical because I think a platform like this is only as good as its user-base. But having worked with many journalists and producers I know that they'd appreciate something like this.
The experience was great, it was straight forward, easy to go through and forces you to be succinct.”
“Using (OnePitch) service I did get a response from an industry analyst, who also contributes to publications like Forbes. My client is scheduled to have a briefing with him next month.”
TAKE A LOOK
OnePitch was created by a handful of tech-savvy publicists and journalists who believe that the PR industry is long overdue for some innovation.
The way publicists interact with journalists now seems as inefficient as using a typewriter today.
We're changing this with OnePitch.