I'm on the fence about even trying.
Recently it seems Tapas' front page is so saturated with these very shiny comics in this very homogeneous style, it's like... even if their current Tapas Studios TV projects are adaptations of a more diverse set of comics, the site is clearly pushing for an audience that's much more into these shiny pastel romance comics and maybe shiny Fantasy if it's an isekai about a young straight man becoming overpowered in a generic mmo world. My work fits in okay with some of their past premium stuff, but looks totally out of place with the content that's adorned the top banners for the last six months or so.
If they're not promoting comics similar to mine now, how can I assume they have any interest in promoting the sort of thing I make in the future? A pitch is a lot of work, so if the platform isn't trying to attract the kind of audience that'd read my content, I feel like if I'm gonna pitch, I'd be better off pitching somewhere like Hiveworks, where there's a broader audience and that they really make their home-grown talent and their comics the stars of the show instead of burying them under licensed stuff they've just brought in.
So right now, I feel like there's no point in even trying to pitch to Tapas unless they really start to show that they care about their original works more than whatever they bought in and translated this month. I'm not pitching to a publisher that doesn't seem to value their creators.