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What we do

Here at bloggabase.com, we are declaring war on poor blogger outreach campaigns, with an emphasis on ensuring people with products and experiences to promote are only targeting bloggers that are happy to be contacted, with information and offers they would be interested in. Our aim is to give marketers an intelligent database platform from which they can ethically contact bloggers by searching by keywords and topic, as opposed to frankly insulting free-for-all, throw-enough-and-some-will-stick methods currently being employed.

We aim to connect bloggers with PR, SEO and other marketing individuals and companies with products, services, events and experiences they wish to promote. With bloggabase.com, bloggers are given the opportunity to monetise their blog and get free review offers, by making it clear to all what they will write about, what they won't write about and whether they're happy to be contacted or not. Each blogger will have a bloggabase.com profile, giving marketers the opportunity to see what they have most recently written about.

How we do it

Our unique 'report a user' feature means repeat offenders who target bloggers with irrelevant pitches will be prevented from accessing the database for a short period of time.

As well as reaching bloggers, we want to reach companies and individuals with products, services, events or experiences to promote by encouraging well targeted blogger relations. Marketers will be able to see a number of metrics to help them choose which bloggers they would like to contact dependent upon the information they'd like to propose, including up-to-date unique visitor information and a unique bloggabase.com secret algorithm that ranks blogs based on their prominence, search engine optimisation value and more.

Our story

We at bloggabase.com have sat on both sides of the fence. As public relations professionals with a keen interest in blogging, the issue of poorly targeting blogger relations is something we've both heard about and experienced, and this is why we've decided to do something about it.

For too long, marketers have had to rely on amateur lists of bloggers, with no real idea as to whether or not the blogger is happy to be contacted – and if they are, what about. We are helping marketers with products, services or experiences to promote reach and bloggers that consent to being contacted, but most of all, we're creating a service that will save the inboxes of bloggers everywhere from groaning under the weight of poor targeting.

People start blogging for the love of their blog subject, and many are surprised when companies treat them like journalists by pitching ideas and products that just don't fit in with their niche. With bloggabase.com, we can put an end to this.

We aim to connect bloggers with PR, SEO and other marketing individuals and companies with products, services, events and experiences they wish to promote. With bloggabase.com, bloggers are given the opportunity to monetise their blog and get free review offers, by making it clear to all what they will write about, what they won't write about and whether they're happy to be contacted or not. Each blogger will have a bloggabase.com profile, giving marketers the opportunity to see what they have most recently written about.

We'll also be providing bloggers with a 'request' service, giving bloggers the chance to ask marketers for help or products for future blogs.

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