The era of bulk content and messaging is ending and users feel the need to interact in a more personal manner. When even an online platform learns how to recognize your preferences and interests it would be a pity for us not to try to do the same with people we contact, especially when you want to establish a mutual benefiting business relationship with bloggers.
For someone experienced in blogger outreach campaigns there is no mystery related to the fact that when you send a good pitch there’s no room for templates or automatization. As the whole online medium is getting more and more personalized, interactive and intuitive it’s clear that the wave of novelty is guiding us to a warmer approach. Keep this in mind next time you contact a potential business partner and let’s see what other interesting suggestions we found for our 91st week of roundup articles.
- We begin our roundup with one fresh view upon blogger outreach brought by Kesley Libert. Check out her article and find out why blogger outreach can be considered a successful form of online sales.
- As a further ado to what we stated in the beginning we invite you to read Melanie Cohn’s writing Blog Outreach: 3 Ways To Connect With Bloggers On A Personal Level and learn from her valuable tips how to ensure your success in connecting with bloggers.
- There is no secret that the main purpose of many brands and PR pros is to gain awareness and a good coverage of a certain topic, so in order to achieve that make sure you won’t skip reading Kristi Hines’ article Top 10 Tips for Getting Your Content Published on Popular Blogs.
- A guest post coming from Custard Media reveals a very insightful image of blogger outreach and everything this practice is about. The Basics of Blogger Outreach is a must read especially if your new to this whole ‘engaging with bloggers’ thing.
That’s it for this week. Enjoy reading the articles, learn from the authors’ experiences and share your thoughts.
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