The team at BloggerBridge have deep connections in the online influencer community and are very well positioned to be building a much needed tool like this. I think it's incredibly useful and something any agency that works on influencer campaigns should be looking at.
David Brodie - Senior Vice President, Citizen Relations
Marketing and SEO experts tell you to create a fire hose of useful and valuable content. Content creation is hard. Commission content for your website.
Having an event? Wouldn't you like to know if someone you want to work with will be in town? Find people who will be in a specific location on a specific day.
Have a product you need to get the word out about? Whether your product is a computer, a restaurant, a hotel, a website or a destination. Find bloggers willing to review your product.
BloggerBridge has been an invaluable part of our link acquisition and outreach program this year. The site is easy to use, sends automated e-mail notifications of upcoming blogger trips, and takes the guess work (and hours of searching) out of connecting with bloggers. If you are in need of great press for your business and website, I would highly recommend BloggerBridge!
Bryan Wisotsky, SEO Manager at CityWonders.com
If you build it they might come, but a better idea is to get the word out. We have influencers who can help amplify your message.
You have 10 blog posts in production from 10 different people. Our workflow features help you keep all those balls in the air.
Create lists of content creators to save yourself or your team work on the next project.
Blogger Bridge saves us huge amounts of research time by identifying bloggers who are in or travelling to one of our 25 cities, and allowing us to connect with them efficiently. Plus, the blogger profile page provides a useful at-a-glance overview of key details.
Natalie - Regional Manager, Context Travel
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When I was tasked with finding the top 100 bloggers for the White House Travel Blogger Summit on Study Abroad and Global Citizenship, one of the first places I went was BloggerBridge. The system makes it easy to see bloggers' reach and examples of their work, so it saved me a lot of hassle in identifying attendees with the right fit.
Netanya Trimboli - Communications and PR Manager at Hostelling International USA