Fine-Tune Your Blogger Outreach Activity

Fine-Tune Your Blogger Outreach Activity

Engaging with bloggers it’s an activity that requires flexibility and a good eye for spotting each blogger’s personality and interests. Blogger outreach campaigns often need ongoing adjustments, because the effort needed for building strong professional relationships it’s not actually something you can accurately measure and predict.

Welcome to our 83rd week of roundup articles, we hope you’ll enjoy reading the latest tips & tricks in blogger outreach!

  1. First article that caught our eye is Will Ockenden’s Engaging with Bloggers – dos and don’ts. Follow his advice and you’ll certainly enhance your blogger outreach campaign’s chances for success.
  2. A bad pitch will always be the no. 1 reason for a blogger to reject a collaboration proposal. Brittany Klontz offers some very good examples of ineffective pitches. Check out her article, 4 Pitches That Any Respectable Blogger Will Always Ignore.
  3. It seems that in the world of blogger outreach everything revolves around the almighty pitch. Read Martin MacConnol’s article How Not to Pitch in order to make sure that you will not be the victim of common mistakes.
  4. As we said, blogger outreach campaigns require fine-tuning, so here’s a chance to improve your strategy by reading Will Francis’ article, 10 Tips for Better Blogger Outreach.


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

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BlogDash has been helping brands and bloggers connect since 2011. Focusing on open communication and building real relationships, we created an easy-to-use Blogger Outreach Software platform to streamline communication between PR agencies/brands and bloggers. We know a lot of time is involved in finding appropriate bloggers, gathering information, engaging with them and finally pitching them. Our mission has been to simplify this process and turn blogger outreach into a viable PR mechanism for any brand.