Two cases about posting a guest
The fastest way to post a blog around the world is to post invitees.
The most difficult way to create a blog all over the world is to post invitees.
Publishing a guest is not easy and requires a great deal of work. To help you make publishing easier, you've taught a tutorial on how to find, secure, and follow up on premium partnerships. This precise strategy was used to move from 2,000 to 10,000 subscribers in a six-month gaming blog, and the number of participants will increase from 40 in that time period.
Search for a site
Thanks to the goggle's blog search, it's not hard to find a hundred blogs in your place. However, the best sites to send Guest Post Sites List are: a. Accept it and B. Blogs that you have already read and enjoyed. Go to the sites you already know before you start looking for new sites. Trust me, even if the site is huge, as long as it provides for acceptance as a guest of publications, you should be able to publish it there. If you can not write something good enough, you'll need to work on it so you can.
Do your research
You'll obviously need to check which sites you choose to write about and check the requirements you provide for guest deployment. The last thing you want to do is waste time on everyone involved not following their already published instructions. To create the same content, I want you to look at what the author already has on his site. See how they write, and what they like about html (bold, h tags, italics, quotes, lists, etc.) and try to incorporate them in your writings. I also want you to consider writing style as well as ideas that have already been published. Ask yourself if you bring anything new to this audience, because if you do not need it, you'll need to go back to the drawing board. There is a last place to look for ideas in the comments of the author's blog posts. There you'll find people asking questions or maybe even specific topics that can be published.
Create an initial function
Once you have your ideas and are ready to write, you should take the time to properly plan and prepare your participation. Get a key point and create different supporting bullets to go with the main point. Then write one or more paragraphs for each part of the chart, as well as an opening and closing paragraph. Be brief and comprehensive, make this post the best job you have written. It is easy to read that Grandma can understand her point of view, but it is convincing and thought-provoking at the same time. Really push yourself and go to it more than once to get just right.
Send the author
This does not take anywhere near the ingenuity as most people think. All you have to do is say "Hi, my name is Chris and I have written a guest message about the next topic. Can you review it and tell me if you would like to post a guest post on your site if not, can you give me ideas about the types of posts you want to publish? On your site? Thank you! Chris. [Followed by the same guest post]. "That's really it all, and frankly, as a blog, I prefer posters and guests have contacted me that way. I do not want fancy language or kissing, just give me some great content and I will publish it in the same week!
An alternative way to this direct approach to "guest participation" is to come to the author and list a few publishing topics you wish to write about. Then, the blog owner can choose which one to write on their blog. I've already gone this way with my first guest here, at Traffic Generation Cafe.
Once the blogger accepts your email, you'll still need to continue with emails as the date of publication approaches. People forget things and are appreciated if you give them a friendly ticket before the date of publication. I can actually count on both hands how many times the publication was forgotten by the author and rescheduled, so I would now like to remind them in advance. This way I will not have to rely on my toes as well.
Answer questions and discuss the comments
After you publish your live broadcast, you'll still have work to do with a harmful guest sticker! You need to set fire to the conversation that your guest is posting on the target site. Be helpful, real and do your best to keep a healthy conversation going on.
Deploying a guest is hard work but will grow faster than any other form of online social activity. You basically believe the credibility of the blog writer and the time of a new audience, so if you do a good job, you should follow 2-5% well immediately. What's more, you'll get a great link back to your site, and we hope there will be a continuing relationship with the author of the blog in question. Do not stop posting the guest though, keep it and do it in as many sites as possible.