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How to Start Guest Blogging When You Are Completely Unknown @jeffbullas

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I’ve got some hard news for you…

It may come as a surprise.

If you’re getting less than 250 website visitors a day, your priority should be writing for other people’s blogs, not your own.

Why’s that, you say?

Well, because when you have low visitor numbers, writing for your own blog is like shouting in a vacuum – no one can hear you.

The benefits of guest posting are many – you tap into other people’s traffic, you cultivate relationships with other bloggers in your sphere, and you build a good reputation.

Most importantly, you get ‘DoFollow’ backlinks from various websites, all of which can help raise your domain authority.

In case you don’t already know, domain authority is a scale from 1 to 100 that predicts how likely it is that a website will rank on page #1 of the search results for any given keyword.

And here’s the bad news: if your domain authority is less than about 25 or 30, it’s going to be extremely difficult for you to get a page #1 ranking for any of your chosen keywords.

Blogging is a notoriously hard scene to break into. So here’s why guest blogging should be a priority of yours if you’re really serious about establishing a name for yourself.

read more: http://www.jeffbullas.com/how-to-start-guest-blogging/

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1 Comment

  1. Reblogged this on Author Don Massenzio and commented:
    Check out this post on how to start guest blogging when you are completely unknown from the How to eBook blog.

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