What Is a Pitch-Slap?

And Why Should I Avoid Using This In My Outreach?

You’ve probably heard the term “pitch-slap” before, but do you know what it means?

We’ve all had the experience of accepting a request on LinkedIn, and boom, there it is. Before you’ve had the chance to take a sip of coffee, boom, that pitch is in your inbox.

Do they have any idea who you are? What are your needs? What difference do you actually make in the world? NOPE. I hate to break it to you, but you’ve been pitch-slapped.

Is it aggressive? Sometimes.
Does it ever provoke a good response or sale? Doubt it.
Is it needed? Hell no.

Hey salespeople, using a pitch-slap will ruin your chances of ever doing business with your ideal client. It’s the same reason spray and pray marketing doesn’t work. If you are unsure who your ideal client is, understand their pain points, understand their goals, and actually talk to them, you are just spraying your generic message to anyone within the interwebs and praying it lands.

People do business with people. We believe in a human-to-human methodology where we have to have a conversational tone that provides value and resonates with our ideal customer.

Even if your recipient is interested in what you’re selling, they’re likely to be turned off by the challenging sell approach. Nobody likes to be bombarded with sales pitches, especially from someone they don’t know. This type of outreach is often spammy and can result in your messages being filtered or blocked entirely.

Salespeople, if one of your prospects has ever replied to your emails, saying ‘’STOP’’, we are sorry to break this to you, but you may be a serial Pitch-Slapper.


We know that hurt.

So, if you want to avoid turning potential customers away, it’s best to steer clear of the pitch-slap… And you have come to the right place.

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