Blogging assignment creation tips
Below are a few tips to help you get the most out of your assignment.
Blogging assignment title:
Make sure your title is descriptive. This is your big chance to hook bloggers into reviewing your blogging assignment. Try and paint a picture of what the assignment is, in a few descriptive words.
What is the blogging assignment?
In this section need to spell out what exactly you need the bloggers help with. Include any mandatory requirements here. Be transparent with what you are asking a blogger to do.
How else might you compensate the blogger?
The more you can offer the blogger, the more interesting the assignment will become to bloggers.
If you cannot offer the blogger much try and be creative in terms of compensation.
Please make sure you compensate bloggers fairly, for the time and effort they will take to complete the blogging assignment. This is a must!
Assignment closing date:
Your assignment can be responded to for up to 30 days. The longer it’s up the more visibility it will have.
Try and be as transparent and as clear as possible within the assignment, bloggers will then have a good idea what’s involved and expected right from the off!
Always try and add an image of your product or logo. This helps when we share it across our community and social media.
If you want to keep things private in a public assignment, you don’t have to name the brand, just summerise what they do!
While we love helping to forge meaningful ties between bloggers and brands, we want to make sure that we’re always promoting ethical blogging and encouraging our bloggers to be transparent with their readers about any commercial or sponsored relationships. Find out more.