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Welcome to the 16th week of round-up articles meant to improve your blogger outreaching efforts. This week we came across a couple of interesting blog posts with tips on how you should be managing your relationship with bloggers.
Here are this week’s most interesting articles around the web:
- Alana Brooks from Likeable shares an interesting article about what marketers need to know when pitching a blogger. The tips are written from a blogger’s point of view, so if you’re a marketer be sure to read Blogger Outreach: a Blogger’s Perspective.
- Jerry Silfwer comes next with To Pitch or Not To Pitch? Classic Blogger Outreach Difficulties. Although it looks like a long article to read, it has a lot of useful advices that one should take into consideration when pitching bloggers.
- The third article this week comes from Steven Diebold. He shares with us the Six Steps to Running a Successful Blogger Outreach. This is the process he uses to get bigger and better results than most PR firms who run outreaching campaigns. We know the difference between medium and great results, so we encourage you to keep an eye on this blog post.
- Remember Arik Hanson? He’s back with a new article about reaching out to bloggers. This time he shares the 11 tips to “pitching” bloggers. If you are a company that plans to organize a blogger outreach campaign, we’re sure you’ll find this interesting.
These are the articles we wanted to share with you this week. Enjoy reading them, learn from the authors experiences and share your thoughts.
If you know of a good article, or you’ve written an article that you think should be included, email me at chris[at]blogdash.com .