Guest Blogging Progress – Just the Beginning

December 5, 2007 - Written by Gyutae Park  

Back in October, I wrote about the benefits of guest blogging. If you haven’t already sought out other bloggers in your niche to network with and provide content for, you are missing out on a lot of great opportunities to promote your own blog. Just to show you how I myself have been taking advantage of this marketing tactic for Winning the Web, I wanted to list some of the most recent guest posts I’ve done for Internet marketing related topics. So far I’ve only written for Shoemoney and Tyler Cruz, but I hope to increase that list in the very near future. Stay tuned.

John Chow
How to Determine the Effectiveness of your Advertising Campaign

3 Things Internet Marketers Can Learn From Heroes

Tyler Cruz
Warning: Your Blog is Under Attack by Splogs
PayPerPost Bloggers Beware
Learn to Manage Your Online Reputation
Your Complete Guide to Buying & Selling Blogs
Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Sponsor a Contest
Taking Calculated Risks
It’s Not How Much, It’s How Well!

I’ve seen very good results with guest blogging in terms of networking and developing relationships, branding, and driving traffic to Winning the Web. This blog is less than 2 months old and yet it has seen surges in traffic for a variety of articles I’ve posted. Guest blogging is a big part of that success.

I am looking to expand the number of blogs I write for, so if you are a prominent blogger in need of some quality content, please send a note my way. Alternatively, if you’d like to guest blog on Winning the Web, feel free to contact me as well.

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12 Responses to “Guest Blogging Progress – Just the Beginning”

The University Kid on December 5th, 2007

Not sure how much of a ‘prominent’ blogger I am, but wouldn’t mind a guest post swap. My readers will get tired of reading my crap eventually 😀

Thomas Sinfield on December 5th, 2007

how did you manage to get a guest post on ShoeMoney?

Maher Saleh on December 5th, 2007 Subscribed to comments via email

Yeah man how did you do that i am trying for months man!

Affiliate Confession on December 5th, 2007

I as well got a guest post on Shoemoney yesterday 12-04. He just asked for posts on a topic and I sent one in. I guess he liked it.

jblu on December 5th, 2007

Nice. You’re about to blow up with all the high profile blogs you’ve been mentioned on. Guest posting is something to definitely look into.

McBilly on December 5th, 2007

I’ve read your guest post over at shoemoney, it’s awesome. I’m sure this will really add credibility to your blog. 😀

Babak on December 6th, 2007

How do you put the specific content (letter) in the feed and not in the regular blog? Is there a plugin? code? Thanks.

Nick on December 6th, 2007

That’s a great idea…I’ve been wondering about approaching other bloggers. How did you approach Shoemoney w/ the idea?

Gyutae Park on December 7th, 2007

@The University Kid
I like your sarcastic and humorous tone of the posts on your blog. I think a guest post swap would work well. Contact me and we can work something out.

@Thomas Sinfield
Here’s some info for guest posting for Shoemoney:

Jerlene on December 9th, 2007 Subscribed to comments via email

I need to go around to some big websites and show them that “Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Sponsor a Contest” post.
I bet I’ll be Jerlene ChowMoney after that.

hts on December 9th, 2007

Thing is, if you have a new blog, with few readers, and a great idea arises in your mind, it would be better to write a post for a popular blog, as a guest post, as you’ll get a lot of exposure + tons of traffic, which usually converts very well (to subscribers or whatever)

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