Using HARO To Generate Blog Content

HARO (Help a Reporter Out) is a great tool for getting yourself out there and in touch with journos needing expert opinions and quotes…

But I’ve been testing it as a source for unique, high quality blog content – Check out the video for more info..


  • Bruce Hultgren

    Hey Pete,
    Great idea.
    I subscribe to Haro and it’s brilliant.
    I like the Angle of coming in from the other way – very cool.
    I will be trying this for sure.
    Thanks for what you do

  • findasource

    I also subscribe to HARO and have had great experiences getting free publicity.

    I run a similar site to HARO called (sorry for the plug). If you are familiar with HARO, you will understand how it works. However, there are three differences in the services currently. We have been initially been building our expert base so we are not accepting media requests. Secondly, we will never filter media requests as HARO has admitted to. And finally, we also have a much better matching system that make the media requests concentrate on a specific expertise rather than having experts filter through all the noise (ie an Astronomy professor doesn’t need to filter through a request about the new Facebook Vanity URLS)

    Just my 2 cents…

  • Jos

    Wow! Haro…Great tool for blog content. I am going to try this one with my blog…

    Thanks for sharing…

  • Mudit tyagi

    hey….haro is really a nice is very beneficial in order to design good website has latest features also.we should try this on our also inspires us in order to design new became a new weapon for designers

  • cuteangel

    Haro is really good to listen. I have used this and made by blog unique.It has various latest and different features which one should definitely try.

  • Gurcharan

    haro is really a good one to be hear. It is a good technique. It has many features and options that we should have to be try.

  • StirmJohn

    Oh that looks good and usefull, thank you!

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