If you want to learn more about when you might need to send a blog pitch, or learn about the things that hold most people back, then please refer to yesterdays post: Writing a blog pitch.
This post is about what I include in a blog pitch and some do’s and don’ts.
My Pitch ‘Template’
- You’re an expert in reviewing mascara.
- You’ve reviewed similar products that have gone down well with your audience.
- Your audience is similar to their target audience.
If you want to add stats, then that’s fine, but focus on what you’re good at. If you have 2000 followers on twitter, but only started your Pinterest account last week so only have 20 followers, or started it a while ago but don’t really push it, then don’t be afraid to leave that part out and just focus on your twitter followers. I have never been asked for any blog stats. I usually say something like:
Top Tips for Writing a Blog Pitch
Other posts about working with brands you might be interested in reading:
Why you should get paid for your blog posts.
When to say No to sponsored posts.
How to run a blog competition.