Hello everyone and welcome to our 94th week of roundup articles. For today, we thought to catch your eye with a very simple, but important advice: when sending a pitch make sure you’ll be memorable.
Bloggers, especially the ones that act as true influencers in their circles receive a great deal of pitches every day, most of them looking like random templates. No wonder they’re not interested in wasting their time to answer. Keep it simple, clear and fun and rest assured that as long as your request is relevant they will be interested in working with you!
Let’s not waste any more time and check out what else is to be learnt this week!
- Our first pick is Lucy’s article The Do’s and Don’ts of Blogger Outreach, the post that reminded us how important is to be original and throw in a bit of humor too when pitching to bloggers.
- The best way of learning how not to approach a blogger is by taking a look to what they have to say. We found a very good example of how unpleasant is for them to receive a message that resembles more with a standard template than a personal request, lacking any personal touch. Check out Jessica’s article So Your Publisher Emailed Me Today.
- Planning your blogger outreach campaign is the most important phase in the whole process and it should be treated accordingly. Make sure you got it all covered by reading Scott Fasser’s article 10 Steps to a Successful Social Outreach Program.
- As blogger outreach is a tactic related to influence marketing we end this week’s roundup with a very insightful reading about digital influence coming from Dr. Michael Wu: The Problem With Measuring Digital Influence.
That’s it for this week. Enjoy reading the articles, learn from the authors’ experiences and share your thoughts.
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