Great Insights for Improving Your Blogger Outreach Campaigns

Great Insights for Improving Your Blogger Outreach Campaigns

We’ve reached the 125th week of round-up articles. It’s been amazing to see how many useful resources on blogger outreach we could share with you since we started this blog.

We’d also like to thank you for the insightful and useful feedback along the way. It proves these weekly round-ups have been a useful resource for lots of PR pros or marketers.

Getting back to our topic, we give you this week’s best blogger outreach posts:

  1. The first article comes from Rachael Divers from Search Laboratory. What to improve your blogger outreach campaign? Read her article and find out how you can do just that: Five Ways to Improve Your Blogger Outreach
  2. Second comes Holly Worton from Tribal Publishing. How Not to Pitch a Guest Post to Another Blogger is the article that caught our attention this week. Read it and learn what you should avoid doing as a PR pro when it comes to contacting bloggers.
  3. Third are the guys from SocialFish and their article: 6 Ways to Get Your Employees Blogging. While a bit off topic, as a business you should also consider getting your own employees to start writing blog post. It is a great way to improve your content marketing, not to mention the SEO benefits.

 

These are the articles we wanted to share with you this week.  Enjoy reading them, learn from the authors experiences and share your thoughts.

Photo credits: ZeroOne

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

 

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About BlogDash Team

BlogDash Team
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.