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Turbo Charge Your Guest Posting

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April 8  |  Brand Building, Link Building  |   Alex Chan

Turbo Charge Your Guest Posting

Being a blogger may like a pretty lush job on the surface. They get to voice an opinions whenever they feel like it. It’s essentially the ultimate form of venting. There is a catch. As a blogger, we need to make our content useful. It’s not just about writing something, but rather writing something people want to read. Beyond great topics, we need to make the articles useful. So how do we do that?

When you are a blogger, it doesn’t really matter that you write 5, 8, 10 blogs in the day if there isn’t anyone to read and share them with the rest of the world. And if you are a newbie, the trick is to get yourself involved and connected to other bloggers and have them share your work. This interaction benefits both you as an author and the blogger. You get a little endorsed promotion, and the blogger that shared your post has a chance at reaching a wider audience. It’s white hat at it’s best.

However, guest blogging is not always an option. Popular blog owners have established themselves so just any regular article won’t do. Providing readers with good content can be easily achieved with a few easy tricks:

Stick to one subject and one conclusion

It’s easy to get carried away writing an article. Thanks to the modern entertainment age, most people have short attention spans. The best articles are the ones that are short and sweet.

Mention other bloggers

Connecting yourself with others is a good way to spread the fame. Popular bloggers are also a great source to reference to. A good reference can giving your post more legitimacy.

Create a relationship with other bloggers to send and receive guest posts

This is a “give and take” relationship. This interaction benefits everyone so take the time to tweet, facebook, and meet other bloggers in the community.

Guest Blogging

Aim for a magnificent future not a minute of fame

It is not a disaster if the guest post you place on a website does not reach its peak in an instance. Write the post as best as you can and make sure it contains all keywords you’re trying to reach. Beyond that, be available for feedback or comments and do your best to reach the new audience.

Your readers are important!!!

Whenever you write a post, you’re goal is to get people to interact. Any publicity is good publicity. Let your readers know you care about their opinion and reply to as many comments as you can. Use some of their comments and ideas. It will only increase your audience.

Make your guest posts simple and easy to read

Most of the readers are newbies. They find posts on Google when they search for something they don’t know – a term, an answer to a question or they just click some links that appear on their screens. That is how new readers are created. When writing a guest post make sure it’s clear and precise and easy for a beginner to understand.

So to all you writers-to-be out there, keep it simple! Respect your audience and they will always respect you. Always ask for help and remember that mutual respect amongst bloggers is what will make you rise high up the steps of the world of blogs.

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About Alex Chan

Alex has helped countless websites grow and build traffic. His most recent project Build For Search manages SEO for high traffic websites such as Celebrity Net Worth. Since growing in rank, Celebrity Net Worth has been featured on CNN, Fox News, CBC, and other major news publications. Based in Whistler, Canada, Alex gets a fair amount of down time on the mountain. Follow him on Facebook @buildforsearch and Google+.

One Response to Turbo Charge Your Guest Posting

  1. Hey Alex, thanks for the tips… I get people asking me why do I only post 2 or 3 times per month at times, I said because I only share great content that is of use to you, therefore only creating and sharing new and interesting things.

    Because it’s like you said “Your readers are important!!!

    Danny Howard

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