11 Experts on How to Do Blogger Outreach the Right Way

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Free Bonus: At the end of the guide, you will find a Step-by-Step Blogger Outreach Plan and my Influencer System to make and manage your list of influencers.

Have you ever published a piece of remarkable content, only to find out nobody came to read it?

You spend hours writing the best piece possible on your topic. You do extensive research, put all your heart and soul into it, you know it is good… But nobody knows about it.

Creating the best piece ever of content is useless if you can’t get people to read it. That’s the problem I faced a few weeks ago.

I published the Ultimate Guide to Never Run Out of Blog Post Ideas, a guide I was very proud of, and I tried to promote it as much as I could.

I tried everything. All tactics, strategies or marketing channels I could find. But the results weren’t there.

I kept doing more and more research on how I could promote the article and gathered all my findings in this article.

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The Ultimate Guide to Never Run Out of Blog Post Ideas

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Before diving in, I want to take a moment to thank my friend JP Adams who helped me A LOT with the editing of this ultimate guide. Shout out to him! Now back to the article.

Free Bonus: If you’re short on time, you can download a PDF version of this guide and its cheat sheet for endless blog post ideas

When you start a blog you have plenty of ideas to write about. Your head is full of compelling stories that you want to share with the world.

But soon your inspiration fades. Suddenly you struggle to find the next angle on an article or personal story to share in a post. You begin to think that all the ideas you once had have been written about or were never really good in the first place.

What good is it to be able to write a lot on a daily basis if you have nothing to tell the world?

This happens when you don’t plan ahead. You fail to set up a system to generate new ideas on a regular basis. You might not think of getting ideas as a proactive activity. Instead, most people think ideas come and go and that they don’t have control over the process.

That couldn’t be further from the truth.

Getting blog post ideas is a skill, and one you can learn and become better at.

In this ultimate guide, I will give you the tools to develop this skill to ensure that you always have something to write about. In fact, if you apply all the strategies I will show you, you will find yourselves with hundreds of blog post ideas!

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How to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed

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Many readers of Become A Top Performer reached out to me time and time again with the same problem:

“I am sort of scattered. Hard to Focus.”

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“I always make myself exhausted”

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“Before I know it, I’m overcommitted again.”

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Can you relate to any of these emails?

I know I did.

It seems that we all feel overwhelmed sometimes. And by “all”, I include me. Don’t expect to read a story of how I was a total failure at it before and then how I magically recovered and became a master at it.

I’m still struggling with this and I’m still learning how to overcome it.

However, I made a lot of progress in the past years, and I want now to share my experience in this guide.

There are many ways one can feel overwhelmed. In this guide, I will give you a step-by-step system to STOP feeling overwhelmed and start being in control of your time.

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How to Find the Time to Write When You Have a Full-Time Job

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Imagine how much content you could publish if you were able to write 1000 words per day, or 5000 words per week, or 260000 words per year.

That’s the equivalent of 5 novels, or about 100 blog articles. And I’m not talking about crappy blog articles, but long in-depth articles that attract the attention of your readers. You could publish these articles on your website, or on other places to bring more and more traffic, hence more subscribers, and eventually more money to your business.

Now suppose you only get 10 subscribers on average per article, and I’m being pessimistic here, then it’s already 1000 subscribers in a year. For someone who is starting out, that is huge! Once you get passed this threshold, you’re not a beginner anymore, you’re in business, and your articles will get more and more traction over time.

So, how do you get there?

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How to Handle Work Overload When You Have Too Many Clients at the Same Time?

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When I enrolled in the “classes prépas” a few years ago, I had no idea what was awaiting me. It is a cram school that prepares students for the engineering schools in France.

They provide a two-year intensive program with thirty hours of courses every week. Additionally, evaluations and projects are completed every week.

What “classes prépas” and freelancing have in common?

To summarize the student experience in a few words: we were always overwhelmed and trying to catch up. The stress and the pressure were omnipresent.

But the worst was the guilt. Any time we weren’t working, we felt guilty because we always had something to do. This was especially prevalent during weekends. Even when we worked hard, our teachers were always there to remind us that we should work more and that we were lazy.

Does this sound familiar to you? So much work that you feel you can’t catch up and extreme guilt when you’re not working?

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Learn the Three Steps I Took to Free Up Time Every Day

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If you’re like me, you probably have tons of interests but not enough time to pursue everything you’d like to do. Maybe you have a side project sitting somewhere in your mind but you either don’t have the time or are too tired to work on it at the end of the day. For me, it was to learn English. Then it was to learn new skills related to statistics, my field of study. Then I wanted to start a blog, and read more books, and… well, you got it.

I’ve recently realized I’ve succeeded to do all of these things in the past few months and now, I would like to share with you the three important steps I took to free up time to be able to work on these side projects.

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How I Stopped Dreaming My Life and Started to Build My Dream

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One year ago, I was an amateur poker player. I was dreaming of earning as much money as the poker professionals, having a free and rich life by playing cards. Then, everything would be fine. With all that money, I would be happy and do a lot of cool things!

Well, guess what? Nothing happened! I’m not a professional poker player and actually quit poker a few months later. Why do you think this happened?

I wanted to be rich and famous without any
specific purpose.

I was heading the wrong direction because I hadn’t even thought why I would play poker. Sure, I liked the game, but my goal was far more than having fun.

It’s only later that I learned to focus on what’s really important: the purpose of my actions. Why am I doing what I am doing? Did I have a good reason to become a professional poker player? I quickly realized that this lifestyle wasn’t for me, even if I had invested thousands of dollars and hours in poker courses. I would never be more than a slightly winning player. Quitting was actually one of the hardest decisions of my life; it required to admit that I’d been wrong for months! But it was also one of the best.

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