Win for all
You guest publish them on a blog, and they turn a guest post to you – what they do not like? Guest blogging provides great benefits for anyone who chooses to participate. There are likely to be more than 7 benefits, but here’s a list of my favorite reasons for posting a guest or guest blog guest.
1) cast a wider net than target audiences
All of these benefits stem from posting on a blog that targets the niche market itself like you. What does this mean for you? As a guest blogger, you reach a new audience who really wants to hear what you’re saying and increase traffic to your website at the same time. As a network marketer, you can try specific private forums such as betwerketworker.com and businessforhome.org.
2) Builds a web presence
The more people you have online, the more people realize that you are an “expert”. You already have one vote of confidence – the blogger you publish for trusts you enough to let you speak to your readers. Try posting a guest on power sites if you can. These opportunities are slim because the power sites get hundreds of requests to the guest blog every day but they are worth the experience. Getting permission to publish on the power website represents a big step on your belt. You can always try to publish less competitive blogs at first.
3) Find your guests
By posting on other blogs, you have “in” to make relevant bloggers write to you. It’s normal for these visitors to return to your page from their blog so that their followers can see what they wrote on your page. Background links for quality are clearly desirable for SEO purposes. Oh yeah and get more traffic to your blog.
4) Gain a lot of exposure
Here are some ways you can build exposure using this technique for other bloggers:
* You can make money on paid guest post.
* You can make money on shared advertising revenue.
* Gain exposure to new readers.
There is a good place to start, which aims to publish 10 different blogs each month.
5) Exercise in excellence
One of the benefits of posting a guest on other blogs is that you write out your bubble and be able to see how your content rises against others in your field. If the blog you’re spotlighting usually contains a lot of responsive readers and gets a bit of interest from your guest, you’ll know what to do.
6) Get more social media activity
Another great benefit of posting a guest is that you will see the level of activity on your social networking sites. This phenomenon is logical. You can post a new place, get more exposure and find more friends.
7) Fun factor
Frankly, it’s fun to post a guest or host a guest on your blog. It’s good to see your readers change them, and it’s good for you to challenge yourself by posting them on others’ blogs. You work in networking – you love to meet new people and make new connections. The next time you find yourself hitting the writer block of ideals or find your blogging juices dry, get out of the bubble and post the guest somewhere else for a day.
If you really want to get prospects from the best of possibilities, blogging, marketing articles, and guest posting is the best way. But before putting “pen on paper”, it is essential that you have an effective strategy to deploy the guest to suit you.
Kim Willis has manufactured 6 numbers from home since he started working as an online marketer in 2006. He now helps others do the same. Begin with leads – generate a lot of them on a daily basis including from article marketing. Get his Network Marketing tips here.