Collaboration Email TemplateEmail Collaboration Template
1. DISCOVER MARKETS
Lots of blogs + flues often trip in an endless search to establish our web site and #getpaid when it comes to finding, maintaining and winning sponsors of trademarks. Markenkooperationen can seem difficult to grasp, especially at the beginning, but the keys lie in addressing the right enterprises at the right moment with the right punch.
Brand names and blogs have turned to me and my firm CurlsUnderstood.com to work together and become partners so that I know a good pitch when I see one. I have also contacted many businesses looking for partnership - some successfully, others not so much! Cooperations can be offered in many different forms, from sponsoring to paying for contributions, from socially acceptable partnership to placement.
No matter what the occasion, make sure you do your best with these important advice to make yourself irresistible to them. In the following I have divided the processes I use into 4 realizable stages and as always with practical exercises! Discover Trademarks - How to find new Trademarks to work with, even if you're just getting started.
Discovering - How to increase your chance of being spotted by brand names. Receive Comments - How to get positive comments, whether you plan to work with us or not. However, I'm always looking for brand names to work with, and Instagram was a great place for me to explore businesses I never would have known about.
First find a tag you already adore and look at the "Suggestions for You" drop-down list to see who else they are suggesting. You' ll find new makes similar to yours. When you are a new bloogger or flu sufferer, try looking at your nearest store with less than 100,000 fans.
A further way to detect trademarks is to join those influence that you want to be similar. If you see that they have worked with a trademark, save them for further use. You now have a collection of stamps that you know are open to working with blogs and opinion leaders. Once you've found the stamps you want to work with, you should track them on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and more.
All you have to do is track them on the community forums where you already have an account. Begin to deal with them by marking them as you add new contents. In the ideal case you want to deal with stamps when they are posted or shortly afterwards. Apply for a particular audio tapes trademark using videos and videos!
So, you've done the running and a mark has at last arrived on your people. My suggestion is that you take the interview out of the public relations press as soon as possible by asking for the name and e-mail address of the individual managing the collaboration/partnership. Conducting a discussion in the field of society is not professionally done and you may not even talk to the individual responsible for the cooperation.
If you are turning to cool stamps, you will find a someone to whom you can direct the email (I like Hunter. io for locating people's pro contacts). You should send a memorable email with a clear message reference. Or you could use your statistics (if they are amazing enough) or you could say that you know and like something about their latest campaigns, their products, their sales and so on.
This shows that you have searched the mark. Begin with a 1-2-sentence introductory session of yourself/your blogs, followed up with commitment and/or following statistics, take YOUR IDEA to see how you would advertise/collaborate with them and why the relationship would be beneficial to them (also useful here is storing a stored set of sponsoring advertisements on Instagram for inspiration); and end with your contacts.
In any case, please enclose your Mediapackage, which should contain YOUR PRICE PART. Find out how to build a kill your own multimedia kits even if you are a new blogger/fluencer. So, in this first patch email up, a Beauty Brands reach my CurlsUnderstood.com firm for a possible collaboration, but they did fail to attract my interest and sealing the deal:
- They didn't tell me what their business was about, so I had no clue if this would be a great collaboration for Curl's Understood. - After all, there is nothing in this email that shows how this cooperation would help the 260K women's fellowship of Curls Undererstood. For this second example of aitch, an Influencer contacted me to ask if he would be introduced on my website (and on welfare pages, as we also advertise feature sites there).
- She hasn' shown that she knows a lot about Curl's underdog either. - She added great pictures, but left to her welfare reports would have been better. - Although it contains her CV, a mediacit would have been better suited for this kind ofitch ( see how to create your mediacit here).
At the top of the email message, a gifted free-lance author contacted my journalist to ask about a publication of her work on CurlsUnderstood.com. It could probably have omitted the third section that begins with "Transitioning to nature hair..." to make the email a little more concise, but that's a little critique.
That'?s a fantasticitch because:: - She opened the playing field hard by imagining and showing that she knew and had checked Curls Undererstoods side, and teased me with what she was up to. - Her second heel emphasizes her appreciation of natural wavy coat and shows her familiarity with the Curls Undererstood family.
- Finally, she re-sends her email when she logs out. Flawlessly pitched email. Thought I should split an example of one of myitch e-mails. I used thisitch when I was looking for cooperations with Haarmarken for my subscribe box: - I always make sure I find the name of the person making the decisions and send the email to that person.
- The introduction of curls, which are understood early in the email, is a must and I always add some statistics to get their attention. What is more, I always add some statistics to get their interest. - I also let the badge know what's in it for them so they can begin to imagine that they're in. Ask for your own personal information if you can't work with a particular trademark immediately.
How do they usually look at those who influence brands/partners? As soon as you have reached their criterias, please get in touch with them again and ask them to think it over. Fight to work with your trademarks and get rewarded for your collaboration, take a look at my *free* #BossUp Masterclass: "As my blogs received their first $12,000 stamp sponsorship."