As a community, we encourage all possible ways to connect to our users through all sorts of outside platforms. One of the best ways to get in touch with us is through our official MyBlogGuest Google Plus community ruled by our moderator Don Sturgill.
Here are some of the most recent highlights from the Google Plus community members sharing their experience with MyBlogGuest as well as additional tips to make the most of it… Collected, quoted and referenced in a most Pinterest-friendly way – Enjoy!
Ross Hinton on getting offers to high-quality articles in the gallery (also see Ross’s contribution to the official blog here)
Too many people willing to publish your article -> It’s a good problem to have :)
*The best way to monitor and participate in a Twitter chat is by joining Twchat*
Everyone is talking about guest blogging now to the extent that we start missing the actual point of the whole thing, i.e. guest blogging is building relationships through creating and exchanging great content.
Thus guest blogging is one of the most powerful content marketing tactics: It’s about bringing your content in front of the new audience for more exposure and feedback.
Moreover, because guest blogging forces you to target different-niche bloggers, it teaches you to get immensely creative. It educates you as a content marketer and teaches you to brainstorm and brainstorm a lot.
Articles are easy to find. Link-builders everywhere want you to publish their work on your website. The problem is that some articles hurt you in the long run. You’re better off not publishing anything at all.
That’s a gap Ann Smarty saw, years ago. Her brainchild, My Blog Guest (MBG) has one mission: Helping you succeed at either finding great content, getting your articles published on quality websites, or both.
I won’t try to convince you of that, though; the proof is in the pudding. The only way you will know, for sure, that this isn’t just another marketing scheme … is to join up (absolutely free) and test the waters.
The first step is to registration. You won’t need a credit card for this; there is no fee. You will need about 10 minutes to get your website(s) cleared for publishing MBG articles and to get your social media information working for you.
We will be talking about some of the same topics we have covered on past hangouts, but going more in-depth, with a focus on quality and how you can attain that with the tools available at MyBlogGuest. You can get a preview, by reviewing some of the summaries, here:
Today we welcome another verified author on our blog Ross Hinton! Not only is he awesome enough to join our Google Authorship for guest blogging program, he is also awesome enough to preach what we believe in, i.e. high-quality guest blogging!
For a long time, the terms ‘SEO’ and ‘quality content’ didn’t really go together. Now, they couldn’t be more connected. SEO used to be a campaign built upon quantity. It was a tactic, rather than a strategy. It was a shortcut to success. Times have changed, however, and now quality is key.
Guest blogging is a great way to get your company or brand name out on a highly reputable site. Having a blog published on Moz.com is, for example, the holy grail for many a digital marketing company. Read more »
This week is the final one in our series showcasing MyBlogGuest best tools and practices for blog owners (“publishers”)
Let’s sum up some of the best advice we’ve given to publishers this month (and beyond):
1. Download and install MBG plugin: Not only it gives you access to the whole database of available articles; it also makes the whole process much easier (for example, it automatically notifies the author of the scheduled / published status the moment you hit “Publish” button)
3. Find Google-verified authors: Using “verified” filter in the Articles Gallery opens up the live database of Google-claimed authors for you. That means (1) you adhere to Google’s guidelines and best practices and (2) You get access to real people blogging for you.
There’s a steady rumor that accepting guest contributions might negatively impact the blog quality. Here’s the truth: It’s not guest posting; it’s how you do it, dummy
Most of the hugest blogs you know enjoy (regular) contributors from guests on a weekly basis; and that’s the major reason why they grew so big: Free contributions allow them to have lots of great content daily without huge investments.
Can you name a couple of examples of such blogs? Just from top of your mind!
Now, those huge blogs were small once. They grew *together* with their contributors… But how did they start? Or better question would be “How you, as a medium-size blogger, can get big together with your contributors” Read more »
And we continue featuring our glorious verified authors on the official blog to show the world how awesome they are! Reminder: we support Google Authorship for guest blogging and thus help blog owners find real established authors for their sites. Enjoy!
Let’s face it, you can’t just sit down at your computer and decide to write a post. You’ll stare at your screen and nothing will happen.
Every great post you’ve ever written has mulled around in your head for hours, days, or even months before putting pen to paper. And then what happens? You write an incredible blog post in no time at all.