Publishing your pitch as a web page Follow

Sharing your Pitch with others is a great way to get feedback on it. LivePlan allows you to publish your Pitch content as a web page, so it’s easy to share with others, either individually or during a presentation.

When you publish your Pitch, we’ll give you a link to the page that you can share with advisors, friends, and others. The page is not visible to search engines, and we will never share it with anyone. You can stop publishing your Pitch at any time.

Publishing your Pitch as a web page

  1. On the Pitch tab, click Publish:

  2. Click Publish my pitch:
  3. Click OK. We’ll provide you with the link to your Pitch web page:

Viewing your published pitch web page

  1. On the Pitch tab, click Publish:

  2. Then, click View your secret web page: 

    The web page will open in a new tab in your browser.

Sharing your Pitch web page

Using your browser’s keyboard shortcuts, copy the location link, and paste it into email or IM to share with others. Anyone with this link can see your pitch. No login is required.

Note: We will not share the web page location with anyone, and your pitch web page is invisible to search engines. It will only be seen by those you share it with.

Unpublishing your Pitch web page

You can unpublish your Pitch web page so that it can no longer be seen. To do this:

  1. Click Publish:
  2. Then, click Stop publishing my pitch:
  3. In the overlay, click Confirm.
Note: When you stop publishing your Pitch, the web address (or URL) of your web page will become invalid and cannot be used again. If you republish your Pitch in the future, your web page will be assigned a new URL.

Updating your Pitch web page

If you have edited your Pitch content since you last published it, a reminder message will appear at the top of the page. To update your pitch, simply click Republish now:

Note: You may need to refresh your browser to see the new content on your republished web page.

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