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February 28, 2013

I’m done telling you to write guest posts

I’m done telling you to write guest posts By Shara Lawrence-Weiss Since 2010 I’ve been encouraging my readers and clients to write guest posts, and to accept guest posts, as a marketing, branding and SEO strategy. Related links… A year in guest blogging: Are you writing guest articles yet? (January 4, 2012) Marketing tips (November […]

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Rules for Guest Posting: SEO’s and Publishers (a response)

I recently clicked over to a post, via Twitter, titled Rules for Guest Posting I tried to leave a comment but was not able to; the comment section appeared to be turned off. I’d like to reply to a few of the statements made, from the “publishers” perspective. First, I wholeheartedly agree that many SEO’s […]

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Tips for getting the most out of guest posts (for the author AND the website who posts)

Over the last few weeks I’ve chatted with numerous people about their ‘take’ on guest blogging/writing. Specifically guest writing where both parties know one another in some manner (they have met on twitter, facebook, etc). Some people love it and some do not. Others are still weighing the pros/cons. I sometimes hear this: “Well, I […]

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Are you getting asked to post guest articles on your blog? (Things to consider before saying YES)

If your inbox is anything like mine, you may be seeing an increase in the number of people asking to guest write for your blog. The emails usually go something like this: “Hi! I found your blog and I love it. I think it would be a great fit for us. I’d like to offer […]

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Beat Static Cling This Winter

Guest post by Danielle Cantrel Static cling: It’s a problem that affects people worldwide, a terrible affliction that – okay, just kidding. Static cling is annoying but it won’t cause the downfall of civilization. (Probably.) There are a number of remedies you can try to get rid of static cling, some of which might just […]

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