I found your writing through your post on Medium on how to write better networking emails. That led me to find your Networking Emails blog - it's really an amazing resource for jobseekers! Also great to see you creating content on such a consistent basis.
On a related note, I've also been trying to help applicants in their careers by building software. I made a product called Resume Worded, which analyses a jobseeker's resume and LinkedIn profile, and identifies critical areas of improvement.
I'm looking to build my network in the education/careers space - my goal is to make the product the most helpful it can be and get it out to as many people as possible.
If you had a few minutes, I'd be super grateful if you could spend a minute or two on the site and let me know what you think of the product. If you had any feedback or general thoughts on how I can improve or grow the product, that would be so appreciated!
Reaching out to influencers or bloggers is one way to get coverage on your product or website. However, it's not effective to immediately ask them to cover your product/site in a cold outreach email - it's important to build a relationship first!
One way to build a relationship is by asking for feedback on your product. Here's an example of an email you could use (this is one we used!)
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Thank you for the checklist! I realized I was making so many mistakes on my resume that I've now fixed. I'm much more confident in my resume now.