Blogger Outreach Roundup #5


blogger outreach roundup 5

Here we are, in our 5th week of weekly round-ups. Again, we’ve searched the internet to provide you with the most useful and interesting articles related to blogger outreach.

Blogger Outreach Roundup 5

It’s been amazing to see all the smart professionals in the PR, marketing, and media fields shedding light on how they think blogger outreach should be approached.  Blogger outreach has been around for some time now, but it’s still a mystery to so many.  The blogosphere is so vast and changes so frequently that it’s tough to develop a solid and consistent system of outreach.

However, it’s not impossible!  Once you understand the trends, and the experiences of those out there making it happen, you too will become more comfortable with it.

Without further ado, we give you this week’s posts:

  1. Cathy Reisenwitz shares with us some of her experiences. The article is about how she is building links through blogger outreach. It’s always good to learn from other people’s mistakes or successes.
  2. From the many articles out there with different tips on how to run a successful blogger outreach program, we chose Ben Simons’ article entitled Engaging Bloggers: Some Tips for Effective Blogger Outreach. Ben encourages us to be creative, personal and to actually read the blogs that we want to add to the program.
  3. Last, but not least, Hugh Kimura shares his thoughts after he attended a panel on how to reach out to bloggers. The article is actually the second session that he attended, the first one being about affiliate improv.

That”s it for this week. I hope you had as much fun reading the articles as I had rounding them up.

If you know of a good article, or you’ve written an article that you think should be included, email me at elena [at] blogdash.com.

  • CathyReisenwitz

    What a compliment to be included! Thanks for the shout out. Did you find the post via Brazen Careerist?

  • Nice roundup, now days blogging became a powerful tool for every business, and it’s worth to engage in the blogging world.

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