How to do a guest post
Guest blogs can be a great way to build your email list and create content that's relevant to your audience. Guest Blogging enables you to build your own website and blog, and it can offer you a great opportunity for exposure if done correctly. Even though guest blogging is a quick and easy way to establish a presence. And establish expertise in your field, it can also be rife with opportunities and pitfalls. This article will walk you through the process and help you avoid the pitfalls.
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Start by looking for sites that attract and interest your audience. If you aren’t sure what your audience is interested in, use a buyer persona template to create a profile of your ideal customer. Also, use Alexa’s Audience Interest Tool to discover what topics your audience cares about and what sites they visit most. (Source: blog.alexa.com)
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If you have access to tools like Open Site Explorer, you can look at the backlinks of your competitors. And spot any of the blog posts they have written. (Source: neilpatel.com)
Guest Post Opportunities:
# 1 Blog A List Post with a Relevant Title and 100-400 Words
# 2 Blog A List Post with a Relevant Title and 400-800 Words
# 3 Blog A List Post with a Relevant Subject and 800-1,000 Words
# 4 Blog A List Post with a Relevant Subject and 1,000-2,000 Words
Here's a question we get a lot from clients: What is a guest post? How is it different than a regular blog post? A Guest Post is an article written and posted on someone else's blog. When you write something on your own blog it's just a "post", but on someone else's blog the writer is a ‘guest’. Guest posts are valuable tools for reputation marketing for a number of reasons like getting your brand mentioned or occupying branded search query results. But most people use them to embed backlinks. Guest posts are abused though, and we'll get to that later in this article. (Source: blog.reputationx.com)