Catablog the new online directory of Australian and New Zealand bloggers has introduced a free five day trial for PR companies, AD agencies and brands.
The trial gives companies access to a list of 2000 odd bloggers, each ranked in their blogger category. Users are then able to choose the top five bloggers in their target industry.
Since Catablog’s launch in August, brands, advertising agencies and public relations companies around Australia have subscribed to the new directory which allows them to easily identify and connect with their influential online and social targets.
Catablog not only lists bloggers’ categories and contact details, it also reveals their social media statistics so users can easily understand who they are and who they influence.
Catablog has been developed by technology expert and information technology media commentator, Trevor Long, journalist and radio producer, Janyne Moore and Prue MacSween, social commentator and director of public relations company, Verve Communications.
“We have had an excellent response since the launch,” Trevor said. “Public relations consultants love it because it allows them to find the top bloggers quickly and Agency Principals are happy because productivity has increased, agency hours are being saved and clients are being better serviced”.
“This free five day trial will give users a chance to test drive Catablog so they understand how to use it to its fullest capability.“
Catablog’s reach extends to a list of 1,998 blogs, reaching 5,562,615 twitter followers, 20,500,415 Facebook “likes” with 2,432,082 “Talking about this” on Facebook and 5,784,145 Instagram followers.
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