Two Facts About Guest Delivery
The fastest way to grow a blog around the world is guest posting.
The hardest way to grow a blog around the world is guest posting.
Posting guests is not easy and requires very little work. To help you make hospitality a little easier, I have included a tutorial on how to find, protect and follow the best guest posts. I have used this strategy directly from 2,000 subscribers to 10,000 on a play blog within 6 months it will send more than 40 visitors in that time.
Find a site
Due to goggle blog searches, it is not difficult to find a hundred blogs in your niche. However, the leading sites for guest posting are: A. welcome them and B blogs that you have already read and enjoyed. Go to sites you already know before you start looking for new ones. Hopefully, even if the site is large, as long as they say they accept guest posts then you should be able to be published there. If you can’t write something good enough you’ll have to work on it until you know it.
Obviously, you will need to check the sites you choose to post and also check their visitor delivery requirements. The last thing you want to do is waste the time of everyone involved by not following their already posted instructions. By creating the content itself, I want you to look at what the author already has on their site. See how they write, what HTML they like to use (bold, h tags, italics, blockquotes, lists, etc.), and try to incorporate them into your writing. I also want you to look at the writing style and what ideas have already been published. Ask yourself if you are bringing anything new to the audience because if you are not there you will have to go back to the drawing board. The last place to seek ideas is in the text of a post on the author’s blog. There you will find people asking questions or perhaps even specific articles to post.
Create the first post
Once you have your ideas and you are ready to write, you should take the time to draft and edit well. Find the main point and create a variety of characters to support the main point. Then write a paragraph or more in each section of the outline, as well as the opening and closing paragraph. Summarize, process, and make this post the best post you’ve ever written. It should be easy to read that Granny can understand their point, but she is compelling and arousing thoughts at the same time. Press yourself down and go to it often to get it right.
Email the author
This does not take place when a large fine is demanded as many people believe. All you have to do is say “Hello there, my name is Chris and I have written to you a guest post on the following subject. Can you review it and let me know if you would like to publish guest posts on your site? The guest post itself follows]. “That’s all there is to it, and honestly, as a blogger, I like the guest posters to touch me this way. I don’t want a tongue-in flower or a butt kiss, just give me some good content and I’ll post it the same week!
One way to this straightforward ‘post guest in hand’ approach is to come to the author and enter a list of a few post topics you would like to write about. The blog owner can then select and choose what you would like to write about their blog. I have really traveled this route with my first guest post here, at the Traffic Generation Cafe.
Once the blogger has received your guest post, you will still need to track the emails as the due date approaches. People forget things and are grateful if you give them a friendly reminder before the date of publication. I can actually rely on both hands the number of times my post has been forgotten by the author and re-edited, so now I’d like to remind them earlier. This way I won’t have to rely on my toes either.
Answer the questions and discuss the comment
After the post is live you will still have work to do as a guest poster! You need to light a chat fire posted by your guest on the target site. Be helpful, honest, and do your best to keep the conversation going.
Posting a visitor is a difficult task but it will grow faster than any other type of social work online. You are basically given the credibility of the blogger and the time of new audiences, so if you are doing a good 2-5% good job he should follow you right there. In addition, you will find a good back link on your site and hopefully an ongoing relationship with the blogger in question. Don’t stop sending visitors anyway, stay tuned and do as many sites as you can.