Publishing your work on a high page ranked blog or site that accepts guest posting services can relatively increase your own blog or site follower.
Here is a simple guide that you can follow for you to have success in publishing your article as a guest poster for 2020:
Consider the Blog Niche
To be approved as a guest poster, the topic that you have to submit should be in line with the main product, service or topic that is being discussed on the blog or site where you are submitting your article. If the blog is about baby products, writing an article about crime scene clean up or Brazilian Jiu Jitsu will not get you anywhere (no matter how good your articles are).
You would automatically get disapproval from the blog or site owner. It is also vital that you submit your articles to site or blogs that are of the same niche with your blog. This is to guarantee that you are getting quality traffic. This is one of the most common misconception of those are just starting up their blog career-getting tons of hits means success.
On some instances it would be better if you will get few hundreds or thousands of visitors who are interested on your blog’s niche rather than getting bulk of hits that will just pass by without even reading your content.
Introduce Yourself to the Blog Owner
Before sending out a request to be published it will always be advisable that you were able to establish a relationship with the blog owner. It would help if you will post some good and sensible comments first and wait for the owner to notice your contributions on his or her post. If you have established yourself in a way that you can be a good contributor on his or her blog you might end up receiving a request directly from the owner to share your knowledge and contribute content.
Read Their Guidelines
Some blogs would require you to write certain numbers of words for the articles that you are submitting so it pays if you will read their guideline carefully. There are also important things that you would need to know before submitting your work; style of writing required, things not to mention, things you can mention and others.
Following these three simple steps can definitely increase your chance on being approved as a guest poster. This is a great opportunity for you to gain readers on your own blog so it is important that you send quality and well researched article.
4 Common Guest Posting Mistakes to Avoid
Some common mistakes that bloggers make and it is important to know what they are so that you can avoid them.
Lack of objectives
Some bloggers just decide to jump onto the bandwagon without clear goals. It is important to be clear about what you want to achieve before you start. Having a clear goal will help you to know the best way to achieve what you want. Whether your objective is to drive traffic to your site, or simply to offer informative posts, you need to be clear before you start.
Failing to keep track
Another common mistake is failing to keep track of the blogs. If you do not keep track of your posts, you cannot know if they are well received. You need to know the results so that you can find out how to make improvements if necessary.
Not posting on the right sites
When you embark on guest blogging, you need to identify your niche, and then look for sites with similar content. The research will help to ensure that you have prospects or sites that will welcome your guest blog post. Having a platform to post your blogs will help to ensure that you find the right links for your site.
Strings that will help you to find Guest posting sites:
Poor quality content
One of the biggest mistakes you can make is trying to offer poor quality content. Make sure that you follow the guidelines and provide good and interesting information.
When you submit your content to a site, you need to be patient and wait for it to be posted. Sometimes this can take a while, but in some cases, it can be posted immediately. You can also choose to hire a posting service when you need fresh content.
Author Bio: – Ajay Dalal is a content writer and a copywriter
who specializes in writing marketing blog, technology and sales pages. I often
write for Dricki and Digital
Junkies and explore new technologies to share
his knowledge through writing.