Blogger Outreach: Working on Weak Spots

Blogger Outreach: Working on Weak Spots

Hi everyone and welcome to our 98th week of roundup articles. This week we picked our articles in such a way that they’ll address the three most important problems faced when dealing with blogger outreach: how to target exactly those publications that best serve your campaign, how to structure your pitch and how to improve your chances in obtaining a guest post.

Check out our picks and learn how to deal with weak spots in your blogger outreach campaign!

  1. Make the right call on which publications to pitch in order to get the best results for your outreach campaign. The Muck Rack Blog gives great advice in their article: How to know which publications and blogs to pitch.
  2. Read 8 Tips for Structuring Your Blogger Pitch coming from Bianca Bartz and make sure that your pitch is perfect for opening your way to great collaboration with bloggers.
  3. Guest posting is one of the best ways of online promotion, but it requires greater effort for finding and earning such opportunities. Learn which are the most common mistakes made in pitching for a guest post by reading Susan Gunelius’ article  10 things you should avoid in your guest post pitch.

That’s it for this week. Enjoy reading the articles, learn from the authors’ experiences and share your thoughts.

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About BlogDash Team

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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, which provides the first tool made just for Blogger Outreach.