Blogger Outreach – How To Get On 158 Blogs In 14 Months

Blogger Outreach

You are embarrassed.

Lately you have been isolating yourself to work like crazy on your blog, but your results are barely visible.

The only traffic spike to your website is your mother finally being able to type in your domain name correct.

And you are starting to realize that all your hard work and effort have been a total waste of time.

But what´s even worse is that you feel…

…like a total LOSER.

You are starting to DOUBT yourself.

And stupid thoughts are appearing in your head…

I am a total FAILURE…

I am not SMART enough…

I don´t have what it TAKES…

Perhaps my brother / sister in law was correct. I should probably get a haircut and apply for a normal job.

STOP it! I can´t witness this madness anymore.

Snap out of it. Right now.

If you are willing to learn new knowledge, apply massive action and work your b*tt off, you can succeed.

Yes, you read correct. Success requires a lot of hard work.

People who say otherwise don´t know what they are talking about, and would probably have been burned at the stake in the medieval times.

Note: Even though I am not a big fan of incompetent self-proclaimed fake experts, I certainly do not support them of being a victim for physical violence. Just wanted to make that crystal clear, so you can just cancel your “Fake Expert Stake Burning Event” in your Google Calendar.

Having a blogger outreach strategy has helped me to…

*Drum roll*

Get Featured On 158 Blogs In 14 Months

Okay, I admit it. The drum roll was not necessary, since the headline of this article gave that part away (duh).

You don´t need to be Sherlock Holmes to figure that out, right?

To be quite honest, when I found out that I had been featured on 158 blogs in my first 14 months of blogging with my first blog…

…I was happy.

Nah, who am I kidding?

I was freakin´ ecstatic. I was doing a victory dance while jumping up and down (yup, it´s possible).

And yeah, I needed to recount the number 3 times before I believed it.

I got featured on some of the biggest blogs in the business and marketing space, blogs like Inc., Huffington Post, Ahrefs, SEMRush, SumoMe, Boost Blog Traffic and Jeff Bullas.

Note: I have never been more humble and grateful. And to be quite honest, I have A LOT of people to thank. I´m thanking many people in this post, and the rest I´m thanking in my previous post about blogger outreach strategy.

In addition, my blog got included on the Top Personal Development Blogs in 2016. Tim Ferriss. on #2, and the guy from Norway (moi) on #50.

Even though my mother didn´t know who Tim Ferriss is, she kind of got the importance that it was kind of cool by the energy of my voice.

But hey! I´m not special (well, my mother might think I am).

I am just a guy from Norway who put in the time to learn the skills and then decided to implement the skills…


And you can learn it too.

We will talk a bit more about that later.

You might be wondering about the importance of getting featured on a lot of big blogs.

And let´s be completely honest, you might actually be thinking…

Why The Heck Should I Care About Blogger Outreach?

A good question indeed.

When most people are hearing the words blogger outreach, they think about connecting with other bloggers.

However, connecting with other bloggers is just the top of the iceberg.

It´s really about building genuine relationships.

The intention is NOT to network because you WANT something from that person in the future. But because you truly want to get to know the other person.

It´s a long-term strategy, but it will repay your efforts tenfold.

You might be thinking “But Tor, isn´t blogger outreach just a way of getting someone to share your link?”

Not at all.

Getting people to share your link is easy.

Heck, getting influencers to share your link is actually quite easy, if you do it the right way.

Getting someone to share your link is cool and all that.

But if you are doing blogger outreach only to get someone to share your link, you are actually like a monkey begging for peanuts.

You are thinking too small.

You need to think…


5 Insanely Awesome Things That Blogger Outreach Can Fix

Thing 1: Targeted traffic

Can blogger outreach be used to get targeted traffic?

My first roundup post 80 Productivity Tips From Incredibly Busy Experts generated 20,231 page views in 6 days (1500+ social shares and 86 comments).


Thing 2: Targeted subscribers

Can blogger outreach be used to get targeted subscribers?

In my post about blogger outreach strategy, I had a 18,14 % conversion rate. I got 295 targeted subscribers on that single blog post from 17th of December 2015 to 22nd of January 2016.


Thing 3: New customers

Can blogger outreach be used to get new customers?

In the last two months I have been using blogger outreach to turn cold leads into clients paying me $500-1500 per month.


Thing 4: Support from the big dogs

Can blogger outreach be used to get the support from the big dogs?

I got testimonials for my blogger outreach skills by these awesome influencers…

Evan Carmichael said:

Testimonial Evan Carmichael

Yaro Starak said:

Testimonial Yaro Starak

Jon Morrow said:

Testimonial Jon Morrow

Jaime Tardy said:

Testimonial Jamie Tardy

John Lee Dumas said:

Testimonial John Lee Dumas

Okay, support from the big dogs? Check.

Thing 5: Unimaginable Awesomeness

Since blogger outreach is a long-term game, I often network with other entrepreneurs just because…

well, I LOVE it.

And to be quite honest, I don´t plan for specific events to happen. It´s all about being genuinely interested in getting to know the other person and and to focus on providing value and NOT asking for anything in return.

When you do that consistently, you will connect with other entrepreneurs…

and REALLY awesome stuff can happen.

I got invited to speak on the Entrepreneur Survival Summit together with big names like Brian Clark, JV Crum III, Dorie Clark and Danny Iny.

In addition, I got featured on a lead magnet as an expert bloggers together with people I really look up to: Clay Collins, Pat Flynn, Bryan Harris, Neil Patel, Jeff Bullas, Amy Porterfield and Ramsay Taplin.

List building strategies

If you told me that this was going to happen 14 months ago when started blogging, I would have made sure that the people in the white coats would have come knocking on your door.


Because at that time it was freakin´ unimaginable.

To be quote honest, I still don´t believe it…

It will probably sink in 573 days from now.

I don´t tell you this to brag.

I tell you this because I want to show you that…

Swallowing Your Stupid Ego Can Skyrocket Your Business

Most people are all about what´s in it for me?

Me, me, me…

And they are wondering why they aren´t able to build real relationships?

If you are only focusing on your own progress and what other people can do to HELP YOU…

you better be ready to fasten your seat belt.


Because life is about to give you a hard lesson a lá crash and burn.

Try to flip the coin.

What if you were to only focus on what you could do to help other people?

And you would be interested in building genuine relationships with other people…

NOT because you want something…

but because you really CARE.

Do that and you will be surprised how the world will CHANGE.

But it´s a long-term gain. Nothing happens overnight.

You might be thinking “Tor, is it really possible to connect with people who are way more successful than you?”

Hah, touché.

The short answer is…


However, email, commenting on blogs and tweeting will only take you so far.

If you really want to take it to the next level, you have to…

Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone And Skype It Out

Lately I connected with these awesome influencers on Skype…

Zac Johnson
Zac Johnson

Jeffrey Gitomer

Sarah Arrow

Bryan Harris

Adam Franklin

Henneke Duistermaat

Jennifer Gluckow

Navid Moazzez

Ryan Cruz

Aaron Lynn

Listen, what I´ve been doing doesn´t require you to be a rocket scientist.

Neither does it require you to have golden hair where the sun doesn´t shine (yeah, that´s a Norwegian expression of a VERY lucky person).

So what does it require?

1. To learn the basic skills you need to build genuine relationships with other people

2. To use those basic skills in a strategic way, so you can build genuine relationships with influencers

Because the way you blogger outreach to network with someone who has a blog at the same level as you is…

COMPLETELY different than how you blogger outreach to Evan Carmichael who has an audience of 238 000+ subscribers on his YouTube channel and 217 000+ followers on Twitter.

But you already knew that, right?

So if you don´t want to look like a complete fool when you reach out to influencers and perhaps even get blacklisted, join my awesome free course below.

How To Blog Outreach Like A Boss Course

Click on the button below and get my FREE blogger outreach course. You will receive some of my BEST tips (that no one else uses). This includes what I call the The Card Flipping Technique that I have used to connect with an influencer with 306 000 subscribers.

Click Here to Get Exclusive Blogger Outreach Course

The 158 Blogs I Got Featured On In My First 14 Months

The list should contain a few more than 158 blogs, but it´s not a big deal.

Again I just want to thank everyone who has been giving me the opportunity to write for them, who has interviewed me and who has written about me. For that I am FOREVER grateful – seriously. A million thanks!

Then over to the boring stuff…

Awards And Awesome Stuff

My First 12 Months Of Blogging:

1. Won the “Most Epic” category on Jon Morrow´s blog Boost Blog Traffic

2. My blog was included among the Top 100 success blogs 99 Smart Ideas

3. Included in the book “Laser-Sharp Focus” by Joanna Jast

4. Invited to create a free course on Daily Bits Of “How To Crush Your Business Goals Like Peanuts”

My Next 2 Months Of Blogging:

5. 50th place on the Top 100 Personal Development Blogs 2016 on Wisdom Times

6. 2nd Best Post on SumoHacks in 2015

7. Speaking on The Entrepreneurial Survival Summit together with Brian Clark, JV Crum III, Dorie Clark and Danny Iny.


My First 12 Months Of Blogging:

1. Successful Blogging How To Get More Time For Blogging (podcast)

2. Evan Carmichael Radio Show Thursday April 2nd, 2015 from 12pm-1pm EST (Broadcasted to 583 stations across America)

3. Brent Jones Online Hack Your Productivity with Tor Refsland

4. Bangin` Your Business Hacking Your Productivity With The Time Management Chef

5. Unsettle Working Full-Time? Here’s How to Manage Your Time While Building Your Dream

6. Monitor Backlinks Tor Refsland – Interview About SEO And Content Marketing

7. Profitability Revolution Paradigm How Busy Business Owners Can Create More Time

8. Enstine Muki How To Increase Productivity In Your Business With Tor Refsland!

9. Evan Carmichael`s YouTube Channel Goal Setting – How To Set Goals With Evan And Tor Refsland

10. Hardcore MBA 051: Increase Your Productivity and Get a Great Free Gift with Tor Magne Refsland

11. Six-Figure Side Gig With Dr. Mark Costes 053: Tor Refsland – Sky Rocket Productivity & Maximize Your Profits

My Next 2 Months Of Blogging:

12. Dr. Joseph Peck 12 Days of Christmas

13. Entrepreneurs Pitstop 12 Days of Christmas

14. Smart Hustle How To Best Manage Time From Time Management Consultant Tor Refsland

15. Take Charge Of Your Productivity 3 Simple Habits That Can Instantly Skyrocket Your Productivity

16. The Millenial Lie with Yakov “YL” Savitskiy It´s Time With Tor Refsland

17. Web Marketing That Works Podcast WMTW 118: Tor Refsland from Time Management Chef

18. The Make It Snappy Productivity Show 14 – The Time Management Chef Gets Cooking (with Tor Refsland)


My First 12 Months Of Blogging:

1. Time Management Ninja 6 Steps to Crush Your Goals in 2015

2. Successful Blogging How To Handle The Lack Of Time Monster Before It Kills Your Blog

3. Evan Carmichael How Correct Goal Setting Can Help You Make More Money For Your Business

4. Blogging Wizard The Number One Skill You Need To Blog Better

5. Laura Vanderkam 7 Ways To Stop Procrastinating Now

6. Skip Prichard 5 Simple Steps To Blow Your Productivity Through The Roof

7. Magnetic Memory Method How to Memorize Things Fast Using These Time Management Tips (Article + podcast)

8. Purcus How To Create The Life You Want By Learning How To Focus

9. Addicted 2 Success 10 Simple Steps To Be Productive And Kill The Procrastination Beast

10. Asian Efficiency 5 Productivity Killing Myths That Are Ruining Your Life – And How To Solve Them

11. Sumo Hacks 10 Time Management Hacks to Turn You Into a Productivity Machine

12. Lifehack 13 Simple Ways To Make Your Work Day Super Productive

13. Pick The Brain Want To Become Super Productive? Stop Doing These 5 Stupid Activities

14. TwelveSkip Blogger Outreach: How To Get Influencers To Generate More Traffic

15. Lifehack 5 Reasons Why Powerpoint Can Harm Your Learning

16. Social Chefs The 4 Biggest Social Media Time Wasters – And How To Avoid Them

17. Steven Aitchison 5 Signs That You Are Procrastinating (And How To Fix It)

18. WP Radius Why Your Blog’s Success Depends on How You Leverage Your Time

19. Productivityist Why Google Calendar Eats All Other To Do List Apps For Breakfast

20. Jeff Bullas 4 Things You Need to Stop If You Want To Be Productive on Social Media

21. Carol Amato Want A Successful Blog? Stop Doing These 4 Stupid Activities

22. Tiny Buddha Changing Directions: 6 Tips to Help You Do What’s Right for You

23. Sylviane Nuccio How Being Crazy Productive Can Make Your Blog Go From Meh To Noticeable

24. Flight Media Blog 18 Marketing Experts Share How Content Creation Has Increased Their Revenue

25. Asian Efficiency 5 Dead Simple Ways To Instantly Get More Time In Your Life

26. Productivity 501 Learn How To Crush Your Goals

27. Flight Media Blog Want To Boost Sales On Social Media? 20 Successful Entrepreneurs Share Their Top Advice

28. Productive Superdad 4 Ways To Keep The Procrastination Monster From Killing Your Business

My Next 2 Months Of Blogging:

29. Biz 3.0 – Time Doctor Want To Grow Your Online Business? Stop Doing These 4 Stupid Time-Wasting Activities

30. Jeff Bullas How To Skyrocket Your Blog By Becoming A Blogger Outreach Ninja

31. SumoMe Getting 20,231 Views with One EPIC Roundup Post: A Step-by-Step Guide

32. Skip Prichard How To Skyrocket Your Blog By Networking With Influencers

33. The Branded Solopreneur The Quick And Dirty Guide To Time Management For Solopreneurs

34. Pick The Brain The Great Time Management Hoax: Why Saving Time Is Bad For Your Business

35. Navid Moazzez Blogger Outreach: What NOT To Do If You Want To Get Featured On 85 Blogs In One Year

Featured As An Expert

My First 12 Months Of Blogging:

1. Successful Blogging 21 Experts Reveal Their Biggest Risk That Paid Off

2. Healthy Wealthy Affiliate 27 Niche Bloggers Reveal their Most Successful Blog Post

3. Adeel Sami How Email Checking Ruins Your Entire Day – My Story

4. Slave Alchemy What You Are Doing Wrong On Twitter

5. Niche Hacks How To Pick A Profitable Niche & Blog For A Living: 56 Experts Share Their Secrets

6. Brent Jones Online What Is a Roundup Blog Post?

7. Build Fire How to Promote Your Local Business Online: 40 Experts Share Their Tips

8. The Branded Solopreneur 20 Visual Marketing Strategies To Help You Propel Your Brand

9. Magnet 4 Blogging Bloggers: Stop Taking On More Than You Can Chew, Really Stop It!

10. Be A Better Blogger Top Blog Quotes By 101 Amazing Bloggers

11. Successful Blogging Are You Worried About How To Make A “Pitch” To An Influential Blogger?

12. Healthy Wealthy Affiliate How to Achieve Goals that Bring Success in Life and Profits in Business. 35 Experts Reveal their Goal Setting Activities & Secrets

13. Successful Blogging How To Fail At Blogging: 15 Insanely Absurd Tips Every Blogger Needs To Ignore

14. Carol Amato 13 Experts Reveal How to Start Over (Hint: It’s Never Too Late)

15. Healthy Wealthy Affiliate TOP 20 Bloggers to Follow on Twitter. Discover Their Blog Promotion Tips that Help Get Traffic to Your Site.

16. Twelveskip How Wildly Successful Bloggers Ignite Their Productivity

17. Brent Jones Online Here’s How to Stop Sucking at Branding & Design

18. Tweak Your Biz #TYBCommunity Round-Up: SEO Your Blog Post, Facebook Adds Authorship & More

19. Monster The 5 people you need to make friends with at work

20. Brent Jones Online 39 Top Bloggers Reveal How They Get More Blog Traffic

21. Ahrefs 90 SEO Experts Talk White Hat Link Building, Outsourcing And Scaling

22. The Branded Solopreneur 11 List Building Strategies That Actually Work

23. Build Your Own Blog Top Ten Blogs with Awesome Sauce and Hot Fries – Your Monthly Cheat Day is Ready (July 2015)

24. Mad Lemmings The Best WordPress Plugins of 2015 – 30 Pros Reveal Theirs

25. WiseStamp How To Stand Out In An Overcrowded Blogosphere

26. SEMRush 11 Ways To Plug The Drain In The Social Media Time Sink

27. All Pro Web Tools 8 Productivity Tips from Small Business Experts

28. Adeel Sami These 17 Superstars Reveal Alexa Ranking Not Matters

29. Post Planner 26 CRAZZZY Talented Visual Marketing Pros You Need to Follow (like RIGHT NOW!)

30. Carol Amato Carol’s Cut – Best of the Month 4

31. Serped 45 Experts Share Their Best SEO Ranking Boosting Techniques

32. Build Your Own Blog What Can New Writers Do with a $4K Scholarship? 8 Professionals Give Advice

33. Carol Roth The Best Social Media Tips, Tricks and Hacks – Business Unplugged

34. PSD To WordPress The best RSS Reader/Aggregator

35. Build Your Own Blog Top Ten Blogs with Awesomesauce — Your Cheat Day is Ready (September 2015)

36. SchooLinks How to Manage Your Time for Success

37. Blogging Wizard 15 Top Bloggers And Writers Reveal Their Best Writing Tool For Killer Blog Posts

38. Inc. 30 Experts Share Their Best Productivity Tip

39. TRY Business School Overcome entrepreneur mindset barriers: 16 Successful business owners share how they did it

40. TimeCamp Blog 5 Time Management Blogs You Should Follow

41. Bill Acholla 43 Experts Reveal How To Generate Leads Through Creating Contagious (Viral) Content

42. Magnet 4 Blogging 23 Successful Bloggers Reveal Their Most Effective Methods For Promoting A New Blog Post

43. Success Is What Beating Procrastination: 72 Successful People Reveal Their Most Powerful Tips

44. Optin Monster 30 Successful Bloggers Share Their Best Converting Email Subject Line and the Top #3 Lessons They’ve Learned

45. Blogging Thing 108 Experts Give ONE Advice to New Bloggers

46. Habita Wikia Sites Focused on Productivity

47. Growmap How to Build a Blogging Community

48. Traffic Generation Cafe Weekly Marketing Skinny • September 19, 2015

49. Billy Ojai 6 Time Management Tips to Help You Create More Free Time

50. Levo 6 Ways to Re-Focus in an Open Office Environment

51. YFS Magazine This Sure-Fire Blogger Outreach Strategy Will Save Your Blog

52. Storify Dell Canada talks with Evan Carmichael about Working to Learn

53. Guest Crew 125 Marketing Quotes from Top Bloggers

54. Adeel Sami When Social Media Dominates SEO for You

55. Flipping Heck Weekly Round-Up #33 – Memory Palaces, hashtags for to-dos, Napping perfectly, and management tools you need

56. WP Radius 117 Tips On How To Set Goals From Successful Entrepreneurs

57. Blogging Roundup Learn The Proven List Building Strategies
Of Expert Bloggers

58. Smart Articles Tumblr Tor Refsland Gives The Ultimate 3 Tools For Productivity You Will Ever Need

59. Baking Babies Psykologens tre tips för att hålla sitt nyårslöfte

60. Notey Your Daily Dose Of Time Management

61. Peppermint Social media for business and why you should give your Facebook page to Peppermint

My Next 2 Months Of Blogging:

62. Minuca Elena 40 Bloggers Talk About Their Biggest Challenge

63. Byte Of Data Advent Calendar

64. The Small Business Boss Small Business Owners Make it Happen in 2016

65. Button Tapper Why SMART goals should actually be DUMB

66. Successful Blogging The 4 Most Important Parts Of Your Blog Strategy

67. Magnet 4 Blogging How To Create An Expert Roundup Post For Your Blog

68. The Branded Solopreneur How To Choose A Brand Name That Fits You Like A Glove

69. Huffington Post Beating Procrastination: 72 Successful People Reveal their Most Powerful Tips

70. Corinne Kerston Want to Know How to Get Traffic? 8 Bloggers Share Their Secrets

71. Traffic Generation Cafe Weekly Marketing Skinny • January 23, 2016

72. Luke Guy The Startups Guide To An Online Business Strategy

73. Daniela Uslan My First Delicious Year as a Full Time Blogger

74. Niche Hacks Affiliate Marketing Trends 2016: 37 Experts Share Their Thoughts On The Future Of Affiliate Marketing

75. 99 Smart Ideas How to Focus: 37 Experts Reveal Their Best Tips

76. ProofHub Blog How to remain insanely productive at work? Productivity tips from industry experts

77. Devdactic 10+ Awesome Blogging Tips From Successful Bloggers

78. TimeCamp Blog 10 Most Inspiring Productivity Articles of This Week

79. Magnet 4 Blogging 4 Simple Ways To Motivate Yourself In Blogging, Plus My Brand New eBook!

80. Successful Blogging Successful Blogging School

81. Nerdy Girl Influencers Weigh In: What Will REALLY Drive Growth in 2016?

82. Scoop It Basic Blog Tips by Ileane Smith

83. Updateland Blog Commenting Sites List High PR Free For SEO (Dofollow)

84. Huffington Post Simple Relationship Advice From 14 Experts

85. Be A Better Blogger How to Write a Blog Post: The Definitive 10,273-word Guide (2016 Version)

86. Unveil The Web Are You Creating Opportunities for Your Audience to Discover Your Business?

87. She Is Complete Can One Year make Such A Difference?

88. Successful Blogging 110 Top Bloggers And Entrepreneurs Share Their Most Successful Social Media Action

89. Search Decoder 10 Pro Bloggers Share their Number 1 Lesson for Blog Growth

90. BiznessApps How Today’s Top Bloggers Generate More Leads for their Business. 40+ Pros Reveal their Secrets

91. RoundPeg What You Should Read

92. Press Reader The 5 People You Need To Make Friends With At Work

93. TRY Business School Entrepreneur Survival Stories: 36 Business owners share their tales from the trenches

94. Traffic Salad Personalized SEO Coaching

95. Hangout Networks Simple Relationship Advice From 14 Experts

96. The Make It Snappy Productivity Show Productive Superdads Work Smarter, Not Harder (Interview w/Timo Kiander)

97. Scoro 100+ Productivity Tips to Accelerate Your Career

98. Philly The 5 People You Need To Make Friends With At Work

99. JT Foxx´s Millionaire Underdog Club (FB Group – Global) Video Testimonial

100. What do Science and Curated Blog Posts Have in Common [from the experts]

101. Life In Full Bloom How To Live In The Present Moment? Advice From 13 Experts

What To Do Next…

If a guy from Norway with English as his third language can accomplish this in 14 months, then guess what?

So can you!

But you need to learn and apply blogger outreach strategically.

Want to learn how to build genuine relationships with influencers and skyrocket your blog?

Click on the button below and get my FREE blogger outreach course. You will receive some of my BEST tips (that no one else uses). This includes what I call the The Card Flipping Technique that I have used to connect with an influencer with 306 000 subscribers.

Click Here to Get Exclusive Blogger Outreach Course

What´s your experience with blogger outreach?

How has it helped you to grow your brand?

About Tor Refsland
I help online entrepreneurs NETWORK with influencers and position their BRAND so they can attract the right CLIENTS fast. Award-winning blogger.


  1. says

    Hi Tor,

    FANTASTIC!!!! I can remember the first time we spoke on Skype when you were first starting. Congratulations on the fruit of all your hard work.

    Not only does it speak well of you, but it demonstrates your desire to do what must be done in order to get the results you want.

    You didn’t sit around and wait for things to happen, you made them happen!!!!

    It’s been a joy watching you grow and put yourself out there.

    ~ Don Purdum
    Don Purdum recently posted…How to Stop Inefficiently Losing Money in Content MarketingMy Profile

    • says

      A million thanks for your kind words, Don.

      Yeah, I remember our Skype call. LOL. I was totally clueless in the start.

      Your are doing awesome too, Don. I guess when I see my friends, like you, crushing it, I push myself even harder to keep up 😉

      So thanks for pushing me 🙂

      Have an awesome day!


    • says

      Thanks a lot for your kind words, Enstine. I really appreciate it.

      Compliments are always so much better when you get them from people you admire 😉

      Keep rocking!


    • says

      Thanks for commenting, Ryan 🙂

      I appreciate your kind words. It means a lot coming from such a successful online entrepreneur like yourself.

      Let´s totally crush it in 2016 😉


  2. says

    Hi Tor,

    This is fantastic – and worth a closer look at (so that one can reverse engineer 🙂 )…

    I remember, I first landed on your blog when you wrote a piece, I think, for Sylviane Nuccio…ever since, I have hoped right into your list, read your entries passionately and enjoyed and learnt from your works and reality.

    It is important to note that in today’s blogging world, if anyone is missing out on blogger outreach, such a person does so at his/her peril!

    There is, as you have said, traffic – and targeted traffic at that…aside that, there are also a ton of other benefits, especially, backlinks – and ensuring organic traffic that they beautifully make possible.

    You, Tor, certainly are the man!

    Enjoy the day!

    Akaahan Terungwa


    In my language (Tiv), ‘Tor’ means king…certainly. you are clearly heading to rightfully claiming your crown. Will you invite me for your coronation?

    • says

      Thanks for your awesome comment, Akaahan. I appreciate it BIG time 🙂

      In order to having a successful blog you need great content, great values and constantly be over-delivering to your tribe. But we all know that, right?

      Once you have those pieces in place, and you put blogger outreach into the mix…

      it´s like pouring rocket fuel on a bonfire.

      It goes KABOOM!

      Have a great day!

      P.S. Thanks for the sharing the meaning of my name in your language. If I ever get a coronation, LOL, you´ll get the front seat, man 😉

    • says

      Thanks a lot for your kind words, John.

      I truly appreciate all your inspiration and ongoing support.

      You truly motivate me to hustle really hard.

      And as you know, when you hustle strategically and hard…

      not for a day…

      not for a week…

      not for a month…

      but for as long as it takes.

      There will come to a point when you just…

      IGNITE 😉


    • says

      Thanks for stopping by to comment, Corinne. It means a lot.

      Well, lying on the coach watching sitcoms on Netflix will not get you far when it comes to your business 😉

      There has been times when I was wondering about if all the hard work was really worth it.

      In retrospect, I guess I can say that it was 😉

      Have an awesome day!


    • says

      Hey Sue,

      awww, you are so sweet, my friend. Thanks a lot for your kind words. You definitely just made my day 🙂

      As I have said several times before, I would never have had this progress if it wasn´t for you mentoring me in the start. You are not my BOFF for nothing 😉

      I am truly and forever grateful for everything that you have done for me, Sue.

      I actually did a professional photo shoot on Tuesday 😉

      Have an awesome day my inspiring my friend and fairy “blogmother”.


  3. says

    What an amazing ride, Tor! You are a man of action and I’m happy to see how that action has blessed you immensely. Incredible story.

    The first time we met was quite memorable, as you were not wearing any clothes (ha ha, your marketing nude article.) Ever since then, I’ve enjoyed following your progress.

    We should schedule a skype visit soon.

    Congrats Tor! Say hello to Luna for me.


    • says

      Hey Matthew, thanks for your kind words. You are so kind.

      I never imagined that the following line would ever come from a man: “The first time we met was quite memorable, as you were not wearing any clothes”.

      I usually heard those words back in the days from the ladies. Arg! Why did I say that. Now my better half, Sara, will make me do the dishes for the rest of the year 😉

      Note to self: Don´t try to act cool in the comment section. She sees everything.

      Joking aside. I will say hello to from you, man. She woke up a few hours ago.

      Keep rocking!


  4. says

    Hi Thor,

    All I can say is WOW. You’re just WOW. 🙂

    Thanks for believing that someone like me, (who has English as her second language) can make it like you did. It means a lot coming from an expert like you.

    I will follow all your tips and see where it will land me. I’m in my 8th month of blogging so I have 6 more months to work to see if I can really do it.

    Thanks for the inspiration and motivation. I salute you!

    Charmaine Belonio recently posted…24 Things I’ve Learned From Being a Parent for 24 MonthsMy Profile

  5. says

    HOT DAMN are you a blogger outreach ninja of the coolest kind! It’s so awesome to get to see first hand how much this technique has shaped your brand and sent you on a huge growth propel. Me thinks you found your calling, yo!

    Thanks for sharing your secrets to exposure AND the epic Q & D guide to time management that you put together for my blog-o-state.

    You brotha, are just plain ass badass! BAM! 😉

    • says

      Dre, thanks a lot for sprinkling your awesomeness in my comment section, my rocking sista!

      Yeah, on our mastermind call in December, I said that I had a good gut feeling about me positioning myself this year as the blogger outreach go-to-guy.

      And I guess I´m on the right track 🙂

      I had a great time dishing out some awesomeness to your amazing audience 🙂

      You have inspired me as well, my friend.

      What you are doing with with Pinterest to drive traffic to your blog is just…


      This will be our year, Dre.

      Fist pump coming right back at ya, sis! *BAM*

  6. says

    Love the way you write Tor!

    The results you’ve seen in your first two years are amazing! I can’t wait to apply your strategies!

    It’s so refreshing to find a blogger who is totally excited about what they do.

    (I’ve been reading/following a handful of blogs over the past few months, and I think this is the first time I’ve stopped to leave a comment—your energy is contagious.)

    You rock. High five! *SLAP*

    • says

      Hey Eli,

      thanks for your kind words. I really appreciate it man.

      I have actually been hustling hard for 14 months. And I will keep pushing, so I will get even better results after 2 years 😉

      Like that I made you come out of the closet to drop a comment.

      I feel honoured.

      High five to you too! *SLAP*

      Stay awesome.


    • says

      Hey Carlo,

      thanks for your kind words. It means a lot.

      I try to be a good person, but I think that my baby daughter Luna on 9 months might disagree when she points at the picture of the pink unicorn, and I haven´t bought it to her yet 😉

      Note to self: My next shopping list should be updated to include a small horse, pink paint, a horn and glue.

      Thanks for the invite. I actually have already guest posted on your blog, and I had a blast 😉

      Stay awesome.


  7. says

    Hi Tor,
    You have been amazing all these years. From the first time I saw your blog, before a year, I knew it was different.
    You have taken blogger outreach to a whole new level.
    This shows you actually practise what you preach on this blog “time management”.
    I would love to have you over at my blog, in case you’d love to share with my audience. 🙂

    Have a great weekend. 🙂
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    • says

      Thanks a lot for your kind comment, Swadhin.

      I really appreciate it. You just made my day 🙂

      Too many people have blogs where they talk about theories and case studies other people have written.

      If you do that, you´ll just be a “reporter” redistributing old news.

      Not that there is anything wrong with that. But you will just be one of the gazillion other bloggers doing the EXACT same thing.

      In order to build your brand fast, it´s important that you make yourself the crash test dummy for your audience.

      You need to be the pioneer so you can go into the unknown…

      perhaps you will be attacked by wild animals…

      perhaps you will fall into a swamp…

      perhaps you will run out of food and water…

      the goals is that you will SURVIVE (Duh) and be able to report back.

      It´s uncomfortable as heck, but once you do it.

      You are CREATING the news that other people are writing about.

      That´s exactly what I did when I used blogger outreach to turn cold leads into clients who pay me $500-1500 per month.

      I promise you that it was scary. But it´s well worth it in the long-run. And yeah, I survived and reported back.



  8. says

    excellent – I signed up for your course as well – looking forward to it. I have an extremely successful private practice as an alchemical acupuncturist (in manhattan and upstate ny) and it is my heartfelt dream to bring the work out to a larger level. I’m an SBO member and have seen your progress over the past year – kudos and thank you for your generosity in sharing your methods!

    • says

      Hey Therese,

      thanks for commenting. Always awesome to see a fellow SBO member.

      I appreciate your kind words and you signing up for my course.

      A flying high five coming at ya!



  9. says

    Hi Thor,

    Congratulations on all your success. 158 blogs in 14 months… My guess is you don’t sleep much 🙂

    You have definitely created a winning formula when it comes to outreach. Consistency is key for sure. The more you are seen for adding value and not just holding you hand out can lead to your desired results without even asking.

    Most people are impatient by nature, including me 🙂 ! We want the share, the backlink, the mention much sooner than later, which leads to use being to aggressive and not giving the relationship enough time to grow.

    Awesome post Thor!

    Take care!
    Steven J Wilson recently posted…How To Get Free Upgrades On Your Online Tools [Email Templates]My Profile

    • says

      Hey Steven,

      thanks a lot for commenting.

      Well, I haven´t been sleeping that much lately, but that´s more due to my baby Luna not wanting to sleep during the night.

      As you mention, if you are impatient, it will lead to you being more aggressive and less smooth in your outreach.

      That will most likely make your outreach smell of desperation instead of laid back coolness 🙂

      As in growing genuine relationship in real life, you need to be genuine and take your time.

      It´s not about what they can do for you…

      but what you can do for them (and you will reach out in a polite, non-intrusive, non-sleazy way) only focusing on providing value for THEM.

      That will make all the difference in the world.


      P.S. My name is Tor, not Thor. However, I understand that people can mix me up with my brother from another mother – Thor the flying superhero in Avengers. That being said, in Norse mythology the god Tor is written without the h. Darn you, Stan Lee (creator of Marvel super heroes), now everyone will soon be calling me Thor.

  10. says

    Tor, you’re an amazing person!

    I’m reading your article and I see myself, just at the beginning of this way (115 days ago I published my monster post-research on TOP 5 online experts). You’ve achieved amazing results, I am sure that you will achieve even more!

    Thanks to blogger outreach I got more than 600 shares, 60 comments to the first article in my life. You have to build real relationships, and not to ask for something immediately.

    I compare it with getting to know your beloved one. You should wine and dine him/her, give presents, always think more about him/her, and not about yourself. And when you become a couple, you have to continue developing relations.
    Michael Pozdnev recently posted…1 Simple Hack to Blogger Outreach, or How to Find FriendsMy Profile

    • says

      Hey Michael,

      thanks for your kind words. You are so kind 🙂

      Congrats with your results. That is awesome.

      I like your metaphor. However, one small, but important comment.

      When you are getting to know your below one, there are a few pitfalls:
      1. You are on your first date (and the only reason why you and most likely the other person are on that date, is to see if you can hit it off and you guys are a good match…and then finger crossed, a few years later you will buy a pink house with a white fence, get two kids and a dog)

      That means that you are already EXPECTING something from that date. Even though your heart is pure, you do have a expectation to: Get feelings from that person and that it will be mutual.

      2. If only one of you have feelings for the other person, it can be really awkward.

      Well not everyone get feelings for each other on the first date, but you get my point.

      I see networking with people and blogger outreach to be more like getting to know another person as a friend, not because you expect anything in return, but just because you genuinely want to get to know the other person.

      If it works out, cool.

      If not, still cool.

      There is no expectation. There is no pressure.

      Just like two people starting to talk while watching a hockey match.

      If you guys connect and it evolves into a friendship, it´s because it was natural.

      Does that make sense? 🙂

      Have an awesome day!


    • says

      Hey Ricky,

      LOL. Thanks for the comment. It´s always a pleasure to have you in my corner, bro.

      Yup, the next level is to hustle even harder.

      We will totally crush it this year! 😉

      High five!



  11. says

    Hey Tor

    Love the way you write buddy! This is the first time any writer forced me to comment.

    When I read the headline I was like “is this even possible?”

    Now I believe it.

    Great job man.. would be applying your strategies in my new blog. 😉

    Keep it up.. and all the best for your career.

    • says

      Hey Himanshu,

      thanks a lot for your kind words 🙂 LOL. I really appreciate it.

      As mentioned in the article, I had to recount the number 3 times before I believed it myself.

      You are the second person telling me that this post made you to come out of the closet to leave a comment for the first time 😉

      I guess, I can live with that.

      Congratulations and a high five to you! 🙂

      If you want to apply my strategies, you would need to be willing to comment more on blogs and push yourself out of your comfort zone.

      You might want to jump on my free course on blogger outreach. I am over-delivering easy applicable tips like crazy.

      My goal was to create the best free course on blogger outreach out there.

      And judging from the feedback I have gotten so far, it seems that I have achieved my goal 😉

      Stay awesome.


      • says

        Hey buddy;

        that was so true..leaving the comfort zone. As Jon Morrow said..”work for 80 hours a week in the beginning”.

        One more thing

        Mind if I promote your website’s content on my website?

        For free?

        Obviously you will have the credits.

  12. says

    Great article brother. I have really enjoyed it and I would love your writing skills. Due to non-native English writer I’m not good writer but by this article i got something new from you.

    Keep writing 🙂

    • says

      Thanks for your kind words, Akash. It means a lot 🙂

      English is my third language, so I understand what you mean.

      The best way to learn a new language well is to…

      read a lot of great content, watch movies and then write, write and write some more…

      in that language 😉

      Have a great day!


  13. says

    Great post Tor!

    An “other-centered” focus is essential to success. There is no quick fix. It takes time, patience and perseverance to develop your personal ecosystem and that includes being genuinely interested in others to develop relationships. I usually coach my team that it takes about a year before you see results.
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    • says

      Hey Kathleen,

      thanks for commenting and sharing from your experience.

      Yes, once you are truly genuine about building relationships with other people, they will notice.


      First, because you will immediately stick out (and almost no one are doing it successfully).

      Second, and you are focused on what you can do for them, and not the other way around.

      Yes, it´s a long term game plan. However, once executed consistently and genuinely over time, amazing opportunities will come your way 😉



  14. says

    This is some good information. Many people approach me to get on my blog, but their tactics often turn me away. I’m going to share this post in my media kit to help them get it right.

    • says

      Hey Fred,

      tanks for your kind words and for including me in your media kit.

      I appreciate that BIG time.

      A flying high five coming right at ya! *SLAP*

      Stay awesome.


  15. says

    Genuinely impressive, Tor. Never run into anyone else who breaks down outreach like you do. No wonder you’re named after the God of Thunder. The rest of us can only dream of being worthy to lift the mighty Mjolnir.

    • says

      Hey Luis,

      thanks for your kind words. You just made my day 🙂

      Comments like that makes all the hard work and hustle totally worth it.

      I really appreciate your support.

      High five! *SLAP*



  16. says

    I surely say that this post is pretty awesome one as I seen many articles on the internet to get guidance but this helped me alot! ,
    It will surely gonna help me for sure!
    B/w I have to say thanks to you for this awesome article .. 🙂
    First time visited your blog .. and seriously I found it good enough .. 🙂
    I got to know about your blog from enstine muki 😀
    Thanks to him that he wrote a post about this blog 😀
    Will surely gonna check back .
    Bye for now!
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  17. says

    Great advices you give here Tor, surely need to put some of them on use in the following months. And maybe start working harder and write better article. About influencer, I’ve found out, sadly, that most of the people that you want to work in fashion industry are a little bit… difficult, let’s say.

    But hey, maybe that going to be the subject of my next article!
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    • says

      Hey Linda,

      thanks for commenting. I really appreciate it.

      I do understand that people in some industries might be more challenging to connect with.

      Regardless, it you reach out in the right way, you will have a good chance to stand out and connect. I would recommend that you jump on my free course How To Blog Outreach Like A Boss 🙂

      I will share some of my best tips on how to connect with influencers.

      Have a great day!


  18. says

    Hi Admin,

    I love the way you place this article but what i have noticed is that it is not easy for we education bloggers to get featured in top bloggers blog of which we are finding it difficult in one way or the other to rank high.

    I will be glad if you could drop some useful links so that we can connect to educational bloggers.

    I hope i’ve not asked too much from you?

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    • says

      Thanks for commenting, Victor.

      Feel free to call me Tor by the way. Only my WordPress dashboard calls me Admin 😉

      Want more info on how to blogger outreach?

      Jump on my free course How To Blog Outreach Like A Boss. It´s the best free course on how to network with influencers 😉

      Stay awesome!


    • says

      Thanks for your kind words, Tiffany 🙂 It really means a lot.

      Sure, you can do it too! 🙂

      You might want to jump on my free course How To Blog Outreach Like A Boss. I created the course on blogger outreach that I wished I had when I started out.

      Have a super day!


    • says

      Hey Larry,

      thanks for your kind comment. I am amazed too…

      by the awesome people that are visiting my blog 😉

      A big high five coming right at ya!



  19. says

    Hi Tor,

    I’ve visited your blog a few times before, but this is the first time I’m commenting. I just signed up for your blogger outreach course since a) this is EXACTLY what I need right now, and b) I’m thoroughly impressed with this post and the progress you’ve made. Holy cow.

    I’m not new to blogging and did quite well a few years ago actually with building up a bit of a community on a previous blog, but I quit since I had no plan or genuine passion for what I was doing at the time and decided to pursue other things. I think what I always struggled with the most was how the heck do I build real relationships with people through a screen? It just never felt real to me, you know?

    I’m looking forward to seeing what will show up in my inbox over the next couple of weeks!

    Elise Moreau recently posted…Why we’re so bad at sticking to good habits (and what to do about it)My Profile

    • says

      Hey Elise,

      thanks for your kind words and for signing up for my course.

      I certainly do understand that you quit blogging, since you didn´t have passion for your topic.

      In order to succeed in any type of business, it´s definitely a big advantage to have passion 🙂


      Because you need to hustle like crazy to succeed.

      I think you will find the course very useful.

      See you on the inside.

      Have a super day.



    • says

      Thanks for your kind words, Mike.

      I admit that it took a “few” hours to put together this post 😉 However, that doesn´t matter, when people find it helpful.

      Have a great day!


  20. says

    Hi Tor,

    Wow. what a great post. Starting from headline to the bottom, you keep people engaging and mesmerised. I bet no one can exit in between. And nice curation as well. I takes atleast two weeks for me to click on all the links you have provided us and glance through it. I can imaging the time spent on this single post alone. Just followed you on twitter to get updated with your upcoming posts. Keep up the great work man.
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    • says

      Thanks a lot for your kind words, bharathi.

      You just made my day! Glad that you found my post helpful.

      Thanks for following me on Twitter. If you want to be sure not to miss any of my posts, you should join my email list (and you get access to awesome free courses as well) 😉

      Have a super day!


  21. says

    Hey Tor!

    As always, great reading your stuff.

    I love the way you write, full of energy and to the point. You’re doing a great job voicing the pain points of myself and others out there, as well as addressing them with actionable solutions.

    Thanks for being awesome. Looking forward to when we can connect over Skype!

    Have a great day,
    Victor Lindqvist recently posted…Why Willpower Is A Thing Of The PastMy Profile

    • says

      Hey Victor,

      thanks for your great comment. I really appreciate it 🙂 You comment just made my day.

      Glad that you found my article useful.

      Have a super day!



  22. says

    Hi Tor,

    First time here 🙂

    Wow, I’m so glad I found this.
    Seriously, anyone who experiences even a moment of self-doubt would benefit from this.
    Your energy and enthusiasm jumps off the page – and personally, I appreciated this.

    Great news on these wonderful things that have happened for you over such a short period of time.
    Very inspiring.
    Dana recently posted…What is the Ego (and is it our enemy?)My Profile

    • says

      Hey Dana,

      I am so glad that you found your way here too 🙂

      Thanks a lot for your kinds words. You just made my day!

      A high five is coming right at ya! *SLAP*

      If you want to take your networking with influencers to the next level, jump on my free course How To Blog Outreach Like A Boss 🙂

      Keep rocking it!



  23. says

    Hi Tor,
    My first visit here!

    My first impression:

    After reading this post, the only word that comes to my mind is “Stupendous”.

    Excellent stuff presented in an appealing gesture!

    And its definitely the best impression. You caught the reader’s pulse. There is no stopping for you.

    158 posts in 14 months! You’re not a TMchef, but a machine.

    Your dedication, hardwork are Awesome n Inspiring!!

    Keep up the great work for ever!!
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    • says

      Thanks for commenting, Michael. I really appreciate you sharing it with your team.

      Yeah, JV Crum III is the best. I met him in San Diego on Frank Kern´s Alchemy event.

      Keep rocking, Michael.

  24. says

    Funny joke about the only constant source of ones traffic source coming from their mom. Looking at the post’s title, i thought at first if this was actually possible. I think the post’s content has made me think otherwise. Having always been the lone blogger, now i know better. Connecting with other bloggers and showing genuine interest in them is definitely worth it.
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    • says

      I really appreciate your kind words, Grace.

      Building genuine relationships with peers, rising stars and influencers are the secret sauce that can truly skyrocket your brand 🙂

      Have a super day!


  25. says

    Tor, incredibly useful post! Loved the most your including comments of the “big dogs” – they really reveal so much about your technique: giving to people a couple times (commenting, sharing their posts socially), connecting on Twitter, emailing words of appreciation, then giving again – all before asking for a guest post, inclusion in a roundup or a testimonial.

    Plus you just did a TON of outreach & guest blogging – all in 14 months – inspiring!

    Learning so much from you – thanks again!
    John Martin recently posted…Why You Don’t Have Time For Social MediaMy Profile

    • says

      Thanks a lot for your kind words, John.

      Yes, connecting with people and building good relationships is something that can really take your brand and business to the next level.

      It´s all about providing a lot of value first without asking for or expecting anything in return.

      Have a super day!


  26. says

    Hi Tor,

    Great motivational post for me, indeed. I highly motivated by reading this amazing post on getting featured in 158 blogs. I must appreciate you for inspiring me by introducing with great personalities of blogging world here and showing your experience in blogging.

    I have learned many things from reading this post to be a perfect blogger. I got some important information here that inspiring me to be a perfect blogger. Making a perfect strategy for getting better traffic is the best way to be famous. I agree with you that learning a basic skills to build a genuine relationship with influences is the best idea to know every blogger.

    I was unknown before the list of top blogger and knowing about them, inspiring me.

    Thanks for sharing wonderful post, Keep sharing.
    – Ravi.

    • says

      Hey Ravi,

      thanks a lot for your kind words.

      I am so glad that you found it useful. I makes all the hard work and effort SO worth it 😉

      Perfection can never be achieved. But it´s important to always be willing to learn and grow.

      The goal is not to do something perfect, but to do something that is good enough.

      And when I say good enough, I mean that you actions are good enough so you will achieve your desired result (and above average quality.)

      Have a super day.

  27. says

    Tor Refsland You Are So Good I never Found so Informative Article On Net After Reading Your Rising Points Now I am Able To Get Traffic for My Site thanks For The Good Information I hope You Share Your Great Knowledge With us Time To Time.

  28. says

    Killer post, Tor! I’m a blogger myself and am fully aware of the importance of blogger outreach. But I simply don’t have the time to do this while managing my projects, dealing with clients, and living a life with my family. What you’ve done is truly remarkable and I can’t wait to get my hands on your course. More power!
    Christopher Jan Benitez recently posted…5 Sites Where You Can Republish Blog Content for More TrafficMy Profile

    • says

      Thanks for your kind words, Christopher.

      Your comment just made my day! Such feedback makes all the hard work and hustle so totally worth it 😉

      It´s with blogger outreach as with most key activities in any business, it takes time (especially if you want to become really good at it).

      That being said, building genuine relationships with peers, rising stars and influencers online have been the BEST way for me to grow and scale my business.

      I have already been able to 10x my business the compared to last year 😉

      Have a super day!


    • says

      Thanks a lot for your kind words, Rupinder.

      Blogger outreach is not just a nice idea, it´s the ONE activity that has helped me to 10x my business in a short period of time 🙂


  29. says

    Hi Tor
    Just discovered your blog from Robbie Richard’s blog and it’s my first time commenting on your blog. Am inspired!

    Agree with what you say
    “If you are doing blogger outreach only to get someone to share your link, you are actually like a monkey begging for peanuts”.

    Anyway, just wanted to say this post was awesome and has given new-found inspiration. Thanks for all the great post!


  30. says

    Hey Tor,

    I have been searching on Google for some genuine stratergies to connect with influencers and there I found your blog post.

    I would say that you have nailed the topic buddy and it is really inspiring that you have featured by so many bloggers.

    Blogging in an isolated medium doesn’t make any sense and yes, we need to connect with the fellow bloggers and the niche influencers.

    It is truly awesome that you consolidated all your interviews here, I’m just bookmarking this post to read your replies.

    I feel that it is a good opportunity to connect with the other experts who have been got featured along with you in the round-up posts.

    Getting people to share our content in indeed needed and I totally agree with your viewpoints.

    Keep your great work and I’ll try to be regular here. Have a great weekend ahead!
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  31. says

    Hi Tor,

    It is a huge stuff, amazing! I have just bookmarked your post to check the awesome blogs that you have been featured.

    It is a must for every blogger to connect with the fellow and influencers of the same niche to get good exposure and brand awareness.

    I agree that we need to find out the targeted customers through keyword research and social media.

    Good to know about your awards and interviews, thanks for putting all your valor at one place.

    Keep doing your great job!
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  32. says

    Hey Tor, Great stuff. one of the most valuable post i have come across in recent past about blogging and being successful in the same. It all started for me when i found Bluehost India discount coupon from a fellow blogger and working hard since then putting all my efforts in to it. That passion keeps me going and making to achieve more. Thanks for this inspiring post.

  33. says

    Hey Tor,

    Greetings. Hope you’re doing great and I’m learning a lot from your emails.

    I see, you recently contributed in an expert roundup post, but I couldn’t find it here.

    Would be awesome if you could share it with your fans 😀

    Btw, thanks for sharing your advice.

    Have a great week.

  34. says

    That’s pretty impressive. As someone who is just starting out, I would really like to network with other bloggers. I’ve tried emailing a blogger with my article to guest post and heard nothing back. That was discouraging for me. But I did sign up for your email course and will apply your tips. (I saw your talk at launchwithpartners and it resonated with my beliefs as well – I also noticed that you follow Yaro, I’ve been listening to his Master your Mindset audios and I like it a lot)
    Ambrose recently posted…Keep Being Productive! Simplify the Way You Track Personal Tasks.My Profile

    • says

      Thanks a lot for commenting, Ambrose.

      I really appreciate that.

      Thanks for signing up for my How To Blog Outreach Like A Boss course. That course will definitely help you to connect with influencers online in a genuine way.



  35. says

    Hey Tor,
    First of all congratulation buddy. Due to lack of time, it’s some difficult to read a long post sometimes. But your post is the awesome buddy, you just made my day.
    Blogging is not just publishing some new contents every day. Though it is the way of communication with others who is looking for some information’s online.
    After reading this post I learnt many great ideas. And a clear concept of blogger outreach. Thanks Again Dear.
    Jitender Sharma recently posted…7 STEPS TO BECOMING AN ONLINE INFLUENCERMy Profile

  36. says

    Hey Tor,

    I’ve been blogging since May, 2016 and been in SBO for approximately 4 months but guess what? This is the first time I’m having a different perspective of the term “blogger outreach”.

    Thanks for sharing.


  37. says

    Very Inspiring journey. I have a question. When can a blogger think of full time blogging, I mean, what is the right time to take part time blogging to full time. Is there any time?

    • says

      Thanks a lot, Harish.

      Good question!

      You can think of blogging full-time when you…

      1. Are hitting a monthly revenue that will cover your living expenses

      2. Have saved up enough money so you are able to work X amount of months with your blog

      Note: Doing blogging full-time does NOT equal earning a full-time income. It´s crucial that you are able to cover the expenses for you and your family before you do it full time.

      Hope that helps.



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