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Never Submit A Guest Post Unless You Follow These Guest Blogging Rules

In the world of blogging, one of the popular trends after starting a new blog is to guest post on other sites. Guest posting is the process of writing content for another blog or website at the request of the website owner.

Never Submit Guest Post Unless You Follow These 7 Guest Blogging Rules

The general purpose of guest blogging is to gain exposure for yourself and to potentially get a link back to your own website. This can help with generating traffic directly to your site and it can also help your search engine optimization techniques.

If you are also a blog writer, there are a few factors that you’ll have to keep in mind before posting your first guest post. Here are some of the basic guest post guidelines:

Know Your Stuff

When you write content for your own blog or website, there’s nothing stopping you from writing whatever you want. You could take hours to write a single post and really get everything correct or you could just spit out something in a few minutes. The only quality standards with this scenario are your own.

However, if you are going to submit a guest post on someone else’s blog, you need to make sure that your post is of the utmost quality. The webmaster is essentially giving you access to his subscribers and readers. In order to make the most of this guest posting opportunity, you need to make sure that everything in your article is factually accurate and that it is the best post that you could possibly come up with.

This means that you should start out by researching your chosen topic thoroughly. Even if you are an expert in this field, take some time to look up facts and figures that can support your article. As you do more research for the article, it will make it that much more beneficial.

Proofread Your Guest Post

When you are submitting the post on the blogs that accept guest posting, it has to be your absolute best work. This means that not only should you take the time to give your best effort, but you should also take the time to proofread the post before you submit it.

The last thing you want to do is submit something to a guest blogging site with a bunch of spelling and grammatical errors. Most of the time, if you write your post in a word processor, many of the mistakes that you make will be caught. However, you still need to read over it and make sure that you didn’t miss anything.

Write First

One of the common mistakes that guest bloggers make is that they approach a blog first about writing a guest post and then they write something after they’ve been given the OK. If you want to increase your odds of success, write the article first and then submit it to the webmaster with your email. If the webmaster can see your request and then immediately go to the article and see how good it is, they’ll usually be happy to post it.

This might result in you wasting your time writing an article that isn’t going to be accepted, but that could happen if you write the webmaster first as well.

Adhere To The Guest Blogging Guidelines

Many blogs and websites now have a guest posting guidelines posted right on their website. For example, they’ll have a link On the main page that says something about “Guest Post” or “Write for Us.” When you check out the guidelines, they may give you some kind of guidance as to how many links you can put in your article, a long article should be, and what topics should be covered. If you don’t follow the guidelines to the letter, there is a very low likelihood that your article will be accepted by the webmaster. It is in your best interest to follow them.

If you’ll keep these rules of guest blogging in mind, your guest blog post will be admirable, you should be able to start developing some quality backlinks and getting more traffic for your site.

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Editorial Staff at Web Loggerz is a team of Web Technology lovers led by Ansh Gupta.


  1. Awesome article dude.You have included almost all major points.However you have missed the number of words,a guest writer should write in his post.It is well know that no one will accept incomplete or short articles so they must write detailed and informative posts before applying.

    • Thanks Ravi for the mention. I will try to include that in the update.

  2. Proofreading is mighty important.Nobody wants to publish an author who cannot spell things properly and correctly format it.

  3. That guidelines you have written to be helpful to a blogger as i found it for me. I have read your complete guidelines. I would like to say this you have mention all the suitable things here, criteria should be defined on every guest blogging site.

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