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This shouldn’t come as news to anyone who has even a tiny following on the internet, but I regularly get bombarded with outreach of the lowest caliber asking for links and promotion. Last week alone, I received guest post pitches for fly fishing and pet adoption....all good, except our blog is about link building and digital PR. I’ve even received canned templates by competitors asking to promote their sites. It’s really no surprise that spammers blast poorly constructed lists, but what’s surprising is how often I see otherwise talented marketers make the same mistake. Ultimately, two major reasons for that stand out above the rest. We cover those in the latest post on the BuzzStream blog so you can avoid these unfortunate missteps.

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    Tad Chef

    about 2 years ago #

    "Hey There"


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    Nikola Roza

    almost 2 years ago #

    I got from this post that personalization is key to success.

    In a world where influencers get inundated with "personalized" emails, it pays to craft your yours like you're writing to a connection.

    You know who they are; what they do;
    and you have something that can help their business; it might help yours too.

    Yes, it takes much longer, but success is measured by a number of links you get, not the number of emails you send.