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Apr 05, 2022
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offering a guest contribution to an SEO blog. Solution: Remember that awareness is not about quantity Spend a few minutes prospecting the blog you want to contact. There are basic steps you can follow:1. Find blogs that accept guest posts relevant to your nicheTry using specific search operators that help you filter out the ones you're interested in. There are plenty. For example: “your niche” + “write for us” . exact match search operator 2. Check their guest posting guidelines Most websites that accept guest posts will have some sort of guidelines to help you submit the right pitch. The company/blog has made an effort to write down its requirements for you. They give you a manual on how to succeed. Follow him. 3. Check if the subject has not been covered beforeIf you have a topic in mind, make sure it hasn't been posted on your prospect's blog by searching the blog or using another search operator: How to Find employee email list Guest Posting Opportunities: The Ultimate Cheat Sheet4. Contact the right person If the blog has guidelines, there will be a contact form or email address that you can use to send an outreach email to your guest posts. If there is none, you can use tools such as Hunter, Anymail Finder or Voila Norbert and select the most suitable contact. This method takes a lot longer than emailing anyone who seems to accept guest posts. You might only find 10 leads instead of 100. But at least you'll be sure they won't ignore your email just because it's totally off topic. 5. “Unique content protected by Copyscape” I have always been suspicious of guest post broadcast emails that emphasize that their post will be 100% unique content verified with Copyscape and will not be shared on any other website. A few emails we exchanged proved my distrust - the quality of guest posts from these people was almost always very poor. Now I just ignore them. Imagine a pizza delivery service with an ad that looks like this:"We will not bring a different type of pizza than the one you ordered" or "We won't use rotten tomatoes for the sauce" . Would you like to order from them? "copyscape protected" article The article will link to my website. That's what I call added value! Solution: You need to offer more than content that doesn't get copiedIf the only thing you can offer is that your item won't be a duplicate, you are offering very little. A serious author who is confident in their writing skills and the originality of their content need not think about making the content Copyscape-proof and certainly do not need to mention it in the email. awareness email. Make sure your article is top-notch, create something that genuinely creates value, and you don't have to worry about Copyscape. Conclusion As you can see,
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