Blogger Outreach: What should you do if things don’t go as planned?

Blogger Outreach:  What should you do if things don’t go as planned?

Hi everyone! This is our 121st week of round-ups. For this week, we’d like to share with you some tips and tricks on how to engage bloggers successfully.

Managing such relationships, especially if you’re new to blogger outreach requires a lot of time and attention to details. What should you do if things don’t go as planned? Keep reading this roundup and see what interesting resources we managed to find for you this week:

  1. Our first choice is Amanda Stein from Indiesilver Marketing. If you’re searching for tips on how to promote your small business using blogger outreach , then Amanda’s article might be just what you need.
  2. The second article we came across is: Are You Reaching Out to Rude Bloggers? How to Choose Partners Wisely . The author, Tad Chef, offers a comprehensive insight into how to deal with rude bloggers and what you should be aware of when contacting bloggers for the first time.
  3. Our third choice for this week is Karen Young. Her article: 5 Mistakes When Doing Blog Outreach provides some useful tips on what to avoid doing when reaching out to bloggers.
  4. Finally, for the ones who want to learn how to master guest blogging outreach we’d recommend reading Sara Thompson’s article: 4 Tips For Magical Guest Blogging Outreach . We’re sure that by following these simple guidelines your outreach results will improve substantially.

Hope you enjoyed this week’s roundup! We had some pretty interesting material to share with. Enjoy reading them, learn from the authors experiences and share your thoughts.

Photo cred: Daniel Kulinski

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

 

About Marc Duquette

Marc Duquette
Marc Duquette is a web entrepreneur with a core skillset in advertising, SaaS and Influence marketing. He is particularly interested in the aggregation of large amounts of data to create value and make markets more efficient. He is experienced in both the business and technical aspects of running an internet startup, having successfully founded, run, and sold an online advertising network. Currently working on Blogdash.com, which provides the first tool made just for Blogger Outreach.