The birth of an idea…

The Web Pitch (or blog speech) is a brief overview of an idea for a product, service, or project. The pitch is so called because it can be delivered in the space it takes to fill a web page or blog (say, 100-150 words).

The term is typically used in the context of a blog, pitching an idea to a future consumer or customer. Customers often judge the quality of the pitch by the number of individuals ranked responses from other web users. The basis of the quality of its web pitch, is to quickly weed out bad ideas.

This blog examines how individuals or businesses can use the web pitch, Web 2.0 technologies and social networking to better position their goods and services to customers on earth.

(c) 2007 Jasdev Dhaliwal

Author: Jas

Jas Dhaliwal is a highly experienced International Social Media Strategist. Currently working as AVG Technologies, Director of Communities and Online Engagement, he specialises in building and engaging with social communities across the web. Born and bred in London, he is passionate about technology and social anthropology. Prior to AVG, Jas launched the social media program for Microsoft’s MVP Award program. Jas holds a BSc (Hons) in Information Systems and has an MBA from Brunel University in London, England. You can follow Jas as @Jas on Twitter or on Google+