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Also Read – The Top 11 Benefits of Guest Blogging
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Guest Blogging to Build a Brand: What Won’t Work
We all understand needing to increase brand awareness, and guest blogging can assist with that, but ONLY if you do it the right way.
If you want anyone in your company to be published on a large and well-respected blog, you have to avoid the following:
1. Mentioning your company name/product/service in the blog post.
Doing this comes across as self-promotional and tells the editor, the reader, and Google that the only point of the post is to serve yourself, not the reader. The place for your company info is your bio UNLESS you were asked to write about something you offer.
2. Adding links to your site that are not relevant to the article.
No editor wants to present their reader with links that appear self-promotional, and no editor wants to risk making Google think they are engaging in a link scheme or selling links.
Natural links are not a problem, but what appears as unnatural can result in a manual action or penalty.
3. What Google Says and How it Should Guide Your Guest Blogging
I could review every algorithm and core update we know of, but many others have done that, and it isn’t what you need. The critical points expressed recently that will give you insights on what you MUST consider before you start guest blogging.
Keep in mind, Google is all about providing quick, helpful, high-quality, and accurate information to its users that matches the intent of the individual’s query. Over the last decade, they have made this goal very clear.
How to Submit a Great Guest Post
One of the common questions about guest blogging is whether you should be using your best content for your own blog or for your guest posting. It really depends on the quality of the blog you are submitting your content to.
If the blog has nothing but 900+ word posts with lots of screenshots, then your post should be similar. If the blog has nothing but posts with 500 words or less with only one image, then your posts (again) should be similar. The following are other good tips for making your guest post as awesome as possible.
The first thing to remember about a great guest post is that it is not about your business, your products, or your services. Guest posts should be valuable sources of information; not advertisements.
Any information about your business and related items should be reserved for the author bio. Occasional mentions, stories, or examples are okay to illustrate a point, but the majority of the post should be focused on something other than your business.