Turning a Bad PR Approach into a Positive Experience

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Last updated 29 September 2013.

We all get those emails from PRs, the ones that just aren’t relevant. The temptation is to scream or bang your head against the wall.

The request to try a meat hamper sent to a veggie blogger, the offer of crisps to a health blogger [Read on...]

Guest Posts

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Last updated 28 September 2013.

When guest posts first appeared, the blogging world was a far simpler place and the guest posts usually took place between two bloggers that knew each other and agreed to write a post to appear on each others blogs.

There was no commercial intent and [Read on...]

Sample Disclosure/PR Pages

Updated 6 September 2013

As soon as you start getting approaches from PRs, whether or not you intend accepting these approaches or taking money for your services, it will save you a lot of time and effort if you draw up a page detailing your review, PR and disclosure policies and link to it from [Read on...]

Blogger School

Blogging is a very steep learning curve. Here at Blogger School, we aim to help bloggers to learn the skills they need to be successful.

We will tackle topics such as working with PR and brands, copyright, cookies, disclosure and any other topics we think may be useful.

We are very positive about working with PRs and brands. Blogger School was not set up to knock PRs - we know that both PRs and bloggers can gain a huge amount from working together - and we want these relationships to work better for the benefit of everyone.

Please feel free to leave questions for our blogging professors via a comment or send an e-mail to professor@blogger-school.com. All e-mails will be treated as confidential, and all questions can be published anonymously.

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