Hot Tips On How To Guestpost
Many bloggers find guestposting seems like a big waste of time. Why waste time writing something for someone else's blog when I can create more content for my own blog?
Yes, in theory that is correct. But if you look at the big picture, writing one can be a great way to increase your exposure and get free web traffic for your own blog.
Well, first of all, pick a blog that is popular! One that has a lot of visitors, that you also follow.
There is no point in offering to guest writing for some obscure site that you've never heard of and have no interest in. A great tool is
Also, finding a blog that is related to your niche is a good strategy. The chances are that the readers of the blog that you write for will be likely to visit your blog if it's related to the one that they are currently reading.
Make sure that you are allowed to add your URL to the end of your post.
This is a great blog marketing strategy. And most importantly, it's free! This form of internet link building will essentially direct the traffic to your own website!
An alternative to guestposting is blog commenting. This is a great way to add backlinks for your own blog, as you can add your URL in your signature.
But be careful not to spam! Otherwise you could get blocked! Be a valuable commenter and make sure your responses add to the discussion.
Commenting on blogs is a very effective way of getting free web traffic to your site.
If your comments are useful and you properly participate in any discussions, people will be more inclined to click on your URL.
Internet link building like this only works when the link is associated with quality content.
If all you write is "Visit my site" with the URL next to it, people won't click it, and you will likely get flagged.
Blog marketing should be no different to any other marketing. So make sure that every comment you leave or any guest writing you do is of a high quality.
Blog commenting and guestposting are both great ways to market your blog or website. Not only are they effective – they're free!