Inspiring Pitches

Define yourself with a 30-second pitch

  • Organize your thoughts
  • Craft a 30-second pitch
  • Publish it for FREE

Got something to pitch about?

Everyone needs a 30-second elevator pitch (a.k.a., "elevator speech") but they're not so easy to write. Buzzuka® helps you organize your thoughts and craft your message like a marketing pro in just a few minutes, and for free! We love to put the power of pitch-making into everyone's hands so all-sized businesses as well as professionals can right-size their message and build the buzz. You don't need a pricey consultant to write you a powerful pitch. Just 10 minutes in the Pitch Studio™ and voila! ... out pops your new pitch. That's our pitch. What's yours?

Why Buzzuka works

Brain scientists tell us that short-term memory retains only about seven items at a time. Why do you think we need grocery lists? They also tell us that first impressions begin to form in less than seven seconds! Clearly time is not on our side when opportunity knocks. Until now. Buzzuka® helps you seize the moment in no time. The Pitch Studio™ puts brain science to work for you, isolating the separate powers of your left and right brain. Identify the seven key ingredients every pitch needs to be truly memorable and organize your one-of-a-kind ingredients into one amazing whole-brain result we call the perfect pitch. Join Buzzuka today, create your perfect pitch and rock your world in 30 seconds or less!

Left Brain

First, put your LOGICAL left brain to work on five facts everyone needs to know.

Right Brain

Next, put your EXPRESSIVE right brain to work on two feelings everyone wants to know.

Whole Brain

Then, put your WHOLE brain to work to polish your message and make it pitch perfect.

I stumbled across a fantastic site from Buzzuka....a seven-step process for creating an elevator pitch--whether it be for you as a job seeker, your organization in general, or a program or initiative. At the end of these quick-and-easy steps (where they give you plenty of examples), you push a button and whaala!--it spits out a new elevator speech just like that.