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The Long Tail of Blogger Outreach

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Image via Wikipedia. I had breakfast with John Bell of Ogilvy a number of years ago. He didn’t see the value of investing limited budget, time, and resources on the long tail when those treasures would better be used to woo the high-fliers, professionals, top-cows, and A-listers.  The Internet is such a gift.  But those relationships are real.  They take time. 

Blogger outreach is more PR than social media

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have always called this long-tail blogger outreach (though I would love your help with choosing a new name for it) because it focuses on the B-Z-list bloggers, the online influencers who are often overlooked by most social media teams at digital agencies. Before long, hundreds of email replies stream in. Long-Tail Blogger Outreach Campaign Execution. And it works.

Being Pretty Isn’t Enough for Social Media Marketing

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Image via Wikipedia. The Internet has become more like an Oscar after-party than it is like the airport Ramada. The Internet has flattened the market, allowing anyone to eat your lunch, so just ringing the dinner bell after you launch your social media presence is not going to work as well as you expect. Online, you’re never the lone beauty in the hotel lounge.

The Quantum Mechanics of Blogger Outreach

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Image via Wikipedia. My long tail blogger outreach strategy is periodically challenged or criticized as being too aggressive. In order to activate every single potentially viable blog and blogger, it is essential to create efficiencies of engagement, especially when your goal is to pitch further down the long tail of influentials than is practically possible by hand.

Blogger outreach is earned media PR, isn’t it?

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My definition–and my assumption–has always been that blogger outreach is public relations and not paid media. I may well be mistaken. ” (Wikipedia). And if it is, maybe we need to rename blogger outreach to blogger relations instead. ” I quickly responded, “Funny. I am an “earned media” social media marketer. This is a pity.