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How to Get Guest Posts on Blogs That Would Love Your Content

When you’re new to blogging, it can be a little overwhelming. There are so many blogs out there, and it can be difficult to determine which ones are worth your time. But, once you start to understand the basics of blogging, you’ll see that there’s no shortage of opportunities to build your audience and earn a steady stream of external links.

The good news is, you don’t have to be a master blogger to get guest posts for your blog. In fact, guest blogging can be a great way to connect with other bloggers and get your content in front of the people who would most appreciate it.

In this article, I’ll explain why guest blogging is such a great way to build your blog post count and drive more traffic, and I’ll give you some tips on how to get guest posts on blogs that would love your content.

Why Guest Blogging is a Great Way to Build Your Blog Post Count

Guest blogging is a great way to build your blog post count and drive more traffic, and it can be done very inexpensively. I’m a big proponent of guest posting, not only because it’s a great way to build your blog and drive tons of traffic, but because it’s also a great way to build your email list.

When you get published on a lot of other sites and build a relationship with the people there, they’re likely to come back to your blog and read your other posts. You can also expect to see a ton of comments on your guest posts too, which are a massive source of email signups.

There’s a reason why so many brands pay big bucks to guest post on popular blogs. They want to build a relationship with the site’s readers, drive tons of traffic and ultimately, increase sales.

Guest Blogging Basics

Before you can land a guest post, you’ll first need to understand the basics of guest blogging. There are a few different types of guest blogging, and you can use them to find different types of blogs to guest post on. However, the most common type of guest blogging is known as “guest posting.”

Guest blogging is when you take your unique expertise and offer it to other bloggers as a solution to their problems. You can receive guest posts in exchange for helping to solve different problems.

There are several different ways you can go about guest blogging, but I’ll touch on the most common below.

The most common way to guest blog is by using one of the many platforms that have made it possible for people with blogs to offer a place on their website. Sometimes, this means asking your readers if they want you do guest post and then posting short excerpts from what you write on your own site. This can work extremely well when paired up with an email campaign where users are given the option of signing up at different stages in order to receive more information about how/when each new article will be posted.

How to find what sites that accept guest postings

There are several ways to find websites that might accept guest postings. One way is to look for the website you want and search terms like, "will consider a guest post." This will bring up those sites on your results page. If you want to find guest posting opportunities for different industries, such as legal guest posting, health guest posting, real estate guest posting etc., you can search Google using keywords such as "legal write for us", "real estate write for us", "health write for us", "finance write for us", "dental guest posting" etc.

The other option is looking at specific directories of blogs where they’ll have listings of all their accepted submissions and you can browse through them until one in particular catches your eye.

Another is finding what publishers or journals typically publish work by writers who would be interested in taking part in such an arrangement with another publication, then asking if they'd also be open to accepting pieces from new authors - sometimes people just need a little nudge!

How to Use Guest Blogging to Add External Links to Your Blog

In order to get your guest posts from other sites, you need to get their links. While you can use guest posts to build links to your other posts, the best guest posts will have links back to your own website.

For this reason, you should always aim to include links to other sites in your guest posts when you can. This will help you to build external links that will give your site an authority boost and will help you to rank better in search engine results pages (SERPs).

What’s Next?

Once you successfully land a guest post, it’s time to start building links to your site. To get links from other sites, you’ll want to make sure that you’re actively engaging with the site’s community. You can do this by commenting on their posts, sharing their posts on social media, and so on.

You can also share their posts on your own social media accounts and leave a link back to their content in the comments. The more you’re involved with their community, the better chance you have of the site’s readers seeing your content.

If you want to get links from other sites, you can also ask them directly to feature you in their posts. Simply reach out to the site’s owners and let them know that you’d like to be a guest.

Once you’ve built a solid relationship with the site’s community, you can then approach them with a proposal. Ask if you can be a guest on their blog and provide them with a nice write-up about your site and some related resources.

Once you’ve landed a few guest posts, you should start to see a nice boost in your blog post counts and traffic. Guest blogging is a great way to build links to your site and increase your blog’s authority.


Guest blogging is a great way to build links to your site and increase your blog’s authority. If you want to get guest posted on more sites, you should begin by identifying the types of sites that would love to see your content. Once you’ve got your guest posts up and running, start by looking for new opportunities to guest post. You never know when you’ll get lucky and land another guest post opportunity.