I am a huge fan of having some of my best writing published on other blogs as guest posts.
And my latest guest post entitled, Little Things Bloggers Crave And Most Never Get has just been published as part of The “Bad Ass” SEO Guest Blogging Contest.
My post discusses the 11 actions to outsmart the average blogger
Now…would you help me?
As I say, this post is part of a contest so how do you feel about helping me win?
Helping is very simple…
Just click on this link, Little Things Bloggers Crave And Most Never Get and have a read. Hopefully, you’ll like it and if you do, please add a comment or a Tweet or share on your favourite social bookmarking site.
Here’s a little more on the ‘bad ass’ SEO contest:
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Special thanks to the contest media partner: My Blog Guest. MyBlogGuest.com is the free guest post exchange community where users meet to exchange guest posts and network.
Heading there to check it out now Andrew! Will do my best to enhance your chances of winning!
Thanks Thomas (and for commenting on the other site).
Just checking out your guest post on sem-group.
Thanks Dev (and for commenting on the other site).
I will do that, wish you all the best.
Thanks Luqman (and hope to see a comment on the other site).
I can not wait to check it out. Thanks
Thanks Tinh (and hope to see a comment on the other site).
Just checked to see if the contest is still accepting sponsors. I guess we’ll see.
I’m not sure. You have asked Gerald?
Yup I did, and sponsoring was still an option. So, we are yet another contest sponsor! 🙂
Oh – excellent.
Just been over and commented then tweeted ur article. Very good info as always Andrew. Keep rocking 🙂
Patricia Perth Australia
Thanks, Patricia – really appreciate it.
just retweeted your guest post, and I must say that entry was definitely offering valuable tips to both new and advanced bloggers.
I’m wishing you luck (though I don’t think it’s needed seeing how good that post was) on that contest.
Thanks, Jason – I appreciate you taking time out to take a look and RT.
Hi Andrew, your post is very interesting and fun to read, and I guess it tells us the “harsh” facts of blogging. I wish you all the best in winning this guest blogging contest!
I like to be honest and tell people how it is with blogging…and share my own experiences.
I agree with what you’re suggesting. For those who’re just starting out a new blog on a new domain, it’s far better to use their best material to post on established blogs instead of hording it for their own blog. To some, it might sound counterintuitive, but if you don’t have readers yet, you’ll just be wasting the post on your new blog.
It’s a balancing act, isn’t it?
Sometimes to get your blog post accepted as a guest post, you need to have an established blog yourself.
Personally, I would post at least 20 to 30 blog posts on my new blog before I started guest posting.
I read the article and I really like it. You understand me (and others I guess) pretty well. I posted a comment there, I hope it helps 😉
I just want to say that in the beginning I was all over the internet just consuming information and looking for all kind of ways to make money. Very fast I learned few things: There is no quick cache! There is much money online, you just have to find your way of making them. Big part of the online methods are not honest and moral and we should avoid them. Patience is all. Do not give up and continue to do the right things.
Thanks for commenting on the other post – really appreciate it.
I was exactly the same in the beginning – just consuming as much info as possible…and getting confused along the way.
It takes a while to learn what you need to do in order to get results as a blogger. Then it becomes just a matter of actually getting yourself to do it.
I read your article over at the other site. I liked it and threw a little link love your way.
Thanks for commenting on the other post.
It does take a while to see / get results. You need a plan and then take action.
Checking it now, thanks for the headsup!