The Best of Blogger Outreach Posts Roundup #26

The Best of Blogger Outreach Posts Roundup #26

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Here we are in our 26th week of round-up articles meant to help you discover why blogger outreaching is a valuable resource for many businesses. For this week, we’d like to share with you the do’s and don’ts of how to pitch bloggers.

The Best of Blogger Outreach Posts Roundup #26

The blogosphere has been generous with us on this matter and as we found some useful blog posts we think you may find interesting.

So, here are this week’s posts:

  1. The first article for this week comes from Susan Wagner, Social Media Writer and Strategist at Creative Concepts. Read all about the Three Mistakes to Avoid When Pitching Bloggers from her blog post.
  2. Second this week is Douglas Karr from The Marketing Technology Blog. He is sharing what he believes to be “a near perfect email” pitch. Read all about How to Pitch a Blogger and learn how to approach bloggers in your social media campaigns.
  3. Derek Markham is our third choice of the week. His article How Not to Pitch a Daddy Blogger says pretty much everything about the mistakes to avoid when approaching daddy bloggers.
  4. Last, but not least is Shonali Burke from Waxing UnLyrical. She’s sharing some useful tips regardless what category of bloggers you intend to pitch or new business offers you may want to sent via email. Learn what to avoid doing in her article How Not to Pitch Anyone.

Enjoy reading the articles, learn from the authors’ experiences and share your thoughts.

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

  • Cristian

    @Georgette Sure, that’s not a problem. Hope your readers will appreciate the info we are sharing. Let us know if you have other questions.

  • Thanks for the mention! I get pitched all day, every day… wishing every email looked like my example!

  • Cristian

    @Trevor The only advice I can give right now is: practice, practice, practice !

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