How to Be a Guest Blogger And Sky Rocket Your Website's SEO Rankings

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You see everyone blogging on popular sites like Huffington Post and Entrepreneur. So should you guest blog?
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Well, guest blogging works better in the B2B niche versus the B2C. If you are in the B2C niche you shouldn’t guest blog unless it is on popular blogs.

If you also have the time to blog 3 to 5 times a week, you should blog on your own blog. On the flip side, if you only have time to blog once a week, you shouldn’t even create a blog. You should guest blog.

Now if you want to guest blog you shouldn’t just contact the editor of these sites and ask them if you can write for them. They will just ignore you.

Instead, network with other contributors and writers. Email them, give them feedback, and even advice on new topics they can blog on.

Once you build a relationship with these writers, you can then ask them an introduction to their editor. The reason you want to do it this way is that the editor is much more likely to respond to an introduction from a writer who already blogs on their site, versus a random inquiry.

Now that you know how to get featured on popular blogs, keep in mind that one post won’t really help you. You will have to blog weekly for 6 to 12 months to see results from this.

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16 thoughts on “How to Be a Guest Blogger And Sky Rocket Your Website's SEO Rankings”

  1. Neil I am planning to start my blog on "daily quotes" niche kindly tell me how can i start without having copyrights issues because quotes are all over the internet there will be copyright problems i guess

  2. Hello Neil, I got a question regarding "guest posting" on authority sites. Normally people do guest posting for 2 reasons, 1 reason is to get a backlink and another reason is to get traffic to their own website. Now, the part that confuses me a lot here is guest posting for "traffic". Now, lets say that you write a great guest post article on, but the article doesn't get any "search traffic" as nobody is even searching for it on search engines like Google. In this case, how will you get traffic from that guest post article you made on Will Huffingtonpost send Email Newsletters with the link to your great guest post article? Or, will the guest post be featured on the side with other posts like "related blog posts" automatically like how features related videos on the side with the main video on the left or center for traffic? Eagerly waiting for your reply Neil. Thanks – This reply by yours can even save my life! 🙂

  3. Neil super helpful once more. One question: I have been focusing almost exlcusively the last couple of months to upgrade our blog posts and it really works. We are delivering at least 2.000 words blog posts, based on keyword search (our platform is and its addressing Athletes), using inbound and outbound linking, infographics, designed images to explain the main points, etc. However that takes really long and we are really struggling to keep our commitment to deliver 3 pieces of such work every week. Do you think it would make any sense to deliver <1000 words articles 3 times a week trying to keep our commitment and gradually increase the length or focus in delivering one exceptional piece of work one time per week ( +2500 words?)

    Big thanks in advance

  4. Hi Neil,

    Thanks again for this wonderful information.

    Would it be okay if you discuss the best time for posting your content on social media? Thanks.

  5. Your channel is an absolute goldmine Neil. I've been teaching myself about digital marketing and you're a source I come back to time and time again. I'm trying a post where I ask influential bloggers their advice on a question (as you suggested in another post) and I'm excited to see how it goes

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