I just came across your article [[URL]] and wanted to explore the possibility of featuring our blog [[URL]] in it.
Would you mind sharing the criteria for featuring a blog/resource in your article?
Also, whatever we can do in return… just name it.
I noticed a broken link in your article [[title]].
[[Describe the broken link, in what part of the article]]
Actually, I work at Hunter and I was reading your article because we are working on exactly the same thematics. To be fair, I think our article about [[topic]] would be a great replacement to the broken link :)
Either way, I hope this helped you out!
I’m Irina from Hunter. I’m contacting you about your article [[title & URL]]. Great list!
It happens we recently published a [[study|guide]] that exactly dives into [[topic]]. [[Maybe one additional sentence about the content, but keep it very short]].
I think it would be a great addition to the list. Would it be possible to appear there? :)
PS. I would be happy to add 1,000 free requests to your Hunter account to thank you for the mention - just let me know the email address you’re using.
I’ve noticed that you are linking to this article on how to find someone's email address in your [[referring_page_url]] blog post.
But I’m afraid that the content you are linking to was originally published in [[year]] and missing some of the effective email lookup strategies.
I just wrote an awesome blog post on a similar topic which is more thorough and up-to-date:
We analyzed more than 12 million email addresses and added to the blog post some unique data insights that were never published online before.
If you happen to find our content useful, perhaps you would consider linking to it from your article.
I know you receive dozens of emails where everyone asks you to link back to their website.
I confess this is one of them.
But let me tell you about two benefits you would get from it:
1. Your content will be more up to date. I noticed that you are linking to an article with some outdated tips on lead generation in your blog post: [[referring_page_url]]
2. I wrote an article detailing lead generation strategies for 2020 that our team and marketing experts tried and tested: https://hunter.io/blog/b2b-lead-generation-strategies/. I think it is a great match!
I will be delighted to provide you with 1,000 free requests on our service Hunter (if you are not a user yet, Hunter is the leading solution to find and verify professional email addresses).
Let me know what you think :)
I just noticed that in your blog post [[URL]] you are using one of the infographics we recently created at Hunter. Glad you found it useful!
[[insert the infographic]]
Mind linking back to our blog post where this infographic was originally posted?
Either way, keep up the great work!
Last week I wrote a [[type of content]] on [[topic]].
As you see in this guide, I was very impressed with [[some personalization]] and linked back to your [[website/blog/study]].
If you enjoyed the guide, feel free to share it with your subscribers or link back to it on your blog.
Either way, keep up the awesome work!
I noticed that in one of your blog posts [[URL]] you’ve included infographic on [[topic]].
We’ve recently conducted research on a similar topic [[more data about the research]].
I just wanted to ask you if you’d be interested to include our infographics in your blog post?
Just hit "reply" and I’ll send them to you.
If you're keeping an eye on trends in the SaaS industry like I am, you've probably noticed the phenomenal growth of AppSumo.
This year they expect to make over $74 million in annual revenue. And a whopping 49.59% (37 million) of that is from email marketing.
So I wrote an article about the email marketing strategies they used to get these results. I thought you and your audience might like it.
Here's what Noah Kagan thinks of it. 👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾
[[screenshot with a proof]]
Here's the link: https://nerdyjoe.com/appsumo-saas-email-marketing-strategy/
If you like it, feel free to share the piece on social or give it a backlink. 😊😊😊
First off, I’d like to thank you for mentioning [[brand / product]] within your recent article. We appreciate it!
I noticed within the article that you didn’t link through to our website when you mentioned us. Is there any chance that you can quickly update the post with a link? Here’s the link to save you time searching for it: [[link to homepage / product page]].
Thanks in advance, and if you never need any more info on [[brand / product]] then I’d be happy to supply you with it (imagery, video, content, etc).
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I wanted to reach out to you regarding our link [[insert link]] in your "[[page title]]" article.
We thought that by changing the anchor text from [[current anchor text]] to [[new anchor text]], it would better benefit your readers who want to learn more about our product.
We appreciate your time and look forward to hearing back from you regarding our request.
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I'm John from Relax Like A Boss, a site about wellbeing and stress. And this is a pre-meditated approach.
(My zen teacher says it’s ok to send emails - just no attachments.)
Anyway, I recently ‘found myself’ on your page about meditation - [[their url]] - it was cosmic.
We actually just posted our ultimate guide to meditation journals, which I thought would really compliment your page. Would you consider linking to it?
Boom, chakra lacka - here’s it is: [[your url]]
If you did link to it, I'd be happy to promote any of your blogs to my social media followers as a way of saying thank you (and spreading good karma)
Please let me know what you think?