Earlier this week, I went off on Elance / Upwork for their BS blogger outreach efforts that targeted me and several other colleagues (I've heard from at least six others now who were a part of this supposed "handful" of targeted blogs). In that post, I shared a simple infographic highlighting the three big mistakes Upwork made, in the hopes that other businesses would see it and learn from it.
However, that infographic was tucked into the very end of the article. So, keeping with this week's theme, I felt it deserved its own space as this week's "short share" post.
If you're thinking about reaching out to bloggers (or are a freelancer with a client who wants you to help with a campaign like this), try not to make these three major blogger relations mistakes.
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[codesnippet pb_margin_bottom="yes" width="1/1" el_position="first last"]<a href="https://allfreelancewriting.com/elance-upwork-blogger-outreach/"><img itemprop="image" src="https://allfreelancewriting.com/images/TwitterTipsForAuthors.jpg" alt="3 Ways to Piss off Bloggers and Torpedo Your Blogger Outreach Campaign" /></a><p>Credit: <a rel="nofollow" href="https://allfreelancewriting.com">All Freelance Writing - Helping Serious Freelance Writers, Indie Authors, and Bloggers Go Pro</a></p>
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