Monday, March 6, 2017

This tech company found the worst pitching technique ever

As a writer for a well-known tech site, terrible pitches from startups and clueless PR flaks are a part of my daily life. I take great delight in eviscerating the worst specimens on Twitter, because I’m just a terrible person. But it’s rare that a company is so inept at pitching, it actually shocks me. Enter WindScribe – a Canadian VPN company that took the bar for tech PR and didn’t just lower it, so much as set it on fire and throw it in the ocean. You see, WindScribe has an unusual growth hacking technique. It lets users increase the amount of…

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