The Best of Blogger Outreach Posts Roundup #50

      This is the 50th week of round-ups and how else could we celebrate this better, if not by sharing with you some great articles related to blogger outreach.

      Since these are the last days of 2011, we’d like to wish you and your families a Happy New Year, full of joy and happiness. Indeed, this year was for us one that’s worth remembering and we hope you’ll keep an eye on what’s happening around here, as we’ll have some interesting announcements to make in the near future. Stay tuned!

      Keeping on the same track as last week, we’d like to share with you a couple of articles about the do’s and don’ts you need to be aware of when pitching bloggers. We give the best blogger outreach articles of the week:

  1. First on our list is A.L.Sugden, aka Graphoniac. His article How to Sponsor a Blog Product Review describes machine a soue quite well how you should approach bloggers when you’re interested in having them review one of your products.
  2. Second this week are the guys from Make Web World. 18 Things You Should Take Care Of While Pitching To Blogger is the article that caught our attention. If you’re wondering what it is that you need to do before pitching bloggers, then this is definitely a blog post worth reading.
  3. Third this week are the guys from Mom Blog PR Wire. Their blog post is a good resource on how a pitch for bloggers should look like. Enjoy the examples shared in How to Pitch a Blogger.
  4. Last, but not least is Jennifer James from Mom Blog Magazine. PR: How to Write the Perfect Mom Pitch says pretty much everything about this article. If you are in PR, then reading this post will definitely shed some light on the subject.

That’s it for this year, enjoy reading the articles, learn from the authors’ experiences and share your thoughts. We’ll be back soon !

Photo cred: Imre Botos

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] .

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