Conversation Starters for Blogger Outreach

Conversation Starters for Blogger Outreach

Hello everyone and welcome to our 111th week of roundup article! Engaging with bloggers means to develop true relationships, but it became more and more difficult to begin the conversation. They’re busy and they’re inbox is full of emails just like yours. Think of this before sending your pitch and before hopping for a reply.

But let’s check out this week’s best articles in order to learn some new tips&trick:

  • Here is an interesting article that should make you think about how you close your pitches: The One Thing Killing Your Blogger Outreach . If you want a review for an ebook, whitepaper, or research paper, consider including an infographic or a link to a summary of the material and some suggested social shares, within the email pitch.
  • Kristen Matthews offers a guide to how to optimize your blogger outreach campaign in order to maximize views and traffic to your site and brand, based on the experience of what has worked for her and other bloggers in here circle:  6 steps to stellar blogger relations.
  • Leigh Durst presents six stages of engagement you should take into consideration before starting your outreach campaign: What are the Levels of Social Media Engagement & What do they Mean?


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

BlogDash Team
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.