How To Guest Post On Blogs

With the growth of blogs in the world of online marketing, website creation is changing a lot. Now websites are constantly updated and read more like newspapers than classic websites. There are blogs for every possible niche you could imagine. So how can you cash in on this growing web of blogs? In the following article I am going to talk about guest posting which is a great new way to get a ton of traffic to your website. Keep reading to now the best way to find blogs to guest post on and boost your traffic.

I’m sure you’re wondering by now how this is done. Well it is really quite simple all you have to do is contact the owners of popular blogs in your niche. For the niches I am involved in I have a long list of blogs that I can contact for guest posting. To look for blogs in your niche search for top blogs on Google or use Stumble Upon. Stumble Upon is great because you can search in your niche and it’s easy to find popular pages with great content and they are often blogs. Start compiling your list of blogs so you can easily find new sites to guest post on.

All of the methods above are very effective and will make you money, the one thing that has to be remembered is that if your blog is hosted somewhere else other than your server, you will have to be careful not to spam your site with ads.

The more blogs that you own, the more bait you can throw into the ocean. By having many blogs you can try to build each up to the point where it is making $1 – $20 a day. This is much more easily achievable than building one super blog and expecting it to the same.

A good idea is to read and subscribe to get inspired and articles relevant in your niche. By doing this you open yourself up to new information and opportunities.

The free marketing methods may seem like the hardest, but they’re also the absolute best. It’s going to take a decent amount of real work to get a good amount of traffic online. It will take some time, but in the end it always pays off.

As stated above, blogs by nature are just text content directories. Posts are often about only one detail of a topic. A lot of text, less HTML and no fancy gimmicks. And for the most part the links from and to such posts are natural, sincere and very relevant. Combine that with the frequently changing content and there you may have the reason that search engines love blogs and index them fast.