The Best of Blogger Outreach Posts Roundup #52

Blogger Outreach

We’ve reached the 52nd 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 feel that as a business you need to know how to do blogging outreach the right way, otherwise your brand will get nothing but bad PR. That’s why we believe that these weekly round-ups have been useful to lots of PR pros or marketers that are working on blogger outreach campaigns.

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

  1. The first article that caught our attention comes from Adi Gaskell. We consider 5 tips for successful blogging outreach to be an article worth reading. You’ll definitely have something to learn about conducting a blogging outreach campaign from Adi’s blog post.
  2. We’re sure that you remember Chris Abraham from last week’s roundup. He’s sharing with us a great article: The Long Tail strategy for AdWords works for blogger outreach. We value Chris’s opinion and tips on how to do blogging outreach the right way and this time he makes a quite interesting analogy – we feel that in a way blogger outreach is like using AdWords. Be sure to read all about it in his article.
  3. Heather Whaling from prTini is our 3rd pick for this week. Her blog post: is a great resource for brands to learn more about how a blogging outreach can influence consumers buying habits.
  4. Last, but not least comes Melissa Slagle. South Korean Bloggers Exposed to International Cuisine is actually an excellent blog post showing how a blogger outreach campaign done right proved to be successful.


These are the articles we wanted to share with you this week.  Enjoy reading them, 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, email me at blogging [at] .

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