Blogger outreach made fast and easy

Blogger outreach made fast and easy

Hello and welcome to our 64th week of blogger outreach round-up articles. This week we’ve searched the web for the most useful articles on how to pitch a blogger and were impressed with what we have found.

Here are this week’s top 3 blog posts:


  1. Our first pick for the week is Isabelle Fredborg from Famous Bloggers with 5 Tips to Cold Pitch Interviews for your Blog. For those interested in bringing fresh perspectives to their blogs and learning about how to convince specialists to say ‘Yes’ to interviews check out Isabelle’s tips and advice.
  2. Mike McGrail’s article The Worst Blogger Outreach Email Ever? comes second this week. His post is a dissection of an uninspired email pitch send to him with Mike’s comments and “how not to pitch bloggers” tips attached. Using unrefined or impersonal phrases and distancing from what are the blogger’s interests are just some tips on how not to pitch bloggers.
  3. Last, but not least comes Bola Ajumobi from Launchgrowjoy. Her article 4 Mistakes Small Business Owners Make When Conducting a Blog Giveaway details how blogger outreach and giveaways campaign should be done to get the most of your invested resources. For those of you that are SMB owners, we think this article might shed some light on the subject.


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 cred: Lars Kristian Flem

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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.