You Can Attract Thousands Of New
Visitors To Your Blog By Making
Guest Posts On Other Blogs That
Have A Very Strong Alexa Ranking
- Make Sure You Have The Alexa Tool Bar Installed
- Locate Blogs Looking For Guest Posts
- Choose A Blog With A Similar Topic To Your Own Blog’s Focus
- Make A Series Of Helpful Comments For 2-3 Weeks On Your Target Blog Before Approaching Blog Host
- Write For The Host Blog’s Audience
- Include A Link Or Two To A Post On Your Own Blog
This tool bar will have an Alexa ranking for each blog considered. If there is no Alexa ranking, look elsewhere.
Obviously, you want to make your guest post on a blog with substantial readers, and the Alexa Toolbar is one way to measure this.
The LOWER the Alexa number the MORE traffic a site is receiving. Yahoo is the most heavily visited site, and so has an Alexa ranking of 1.
Sites with Alexa numbers below 399,999 are getting decent traffic. Anything below 100,000 is getting exceptional traffic.
Go to Google Blog Search and enter:
Looking for “guest post”
Looking For “Guest Bloggers”
“This guest post was written”
“This guest post is from”
“Guest post by”
Make sure the blog has a suitable Alexa ranking.
Obviously you can greatly increase the number of readers who click thru to your blog if you guest post on a blog that covers similar subjects to yours.
To find the blogs relevant to your niche, add your keywords to the search phrase, for example:
Enter the phrase below as is, but change the content in red to suit your blog’s keywords.
Looking For “Guest Bloggers” your keyword phrase
Wanted: “Guest Bloggers” your keyword phrase
When you offer to make a guest post on a specific topic to the host, you’re much more likely to get a positive reception if the host is familiar with you (as in seeing 2 or more recent helpful comments on posts made by the hosts or guests).
You are NOT writing for your own blog regulars but for the host’s audience.
If you can inject a reference to previous psots by the host into your guest post, all the better.
Obviously, you want a text link with suitable keyword anchor text that links to your own blog to appear as a natural flow of the theme of the guest post.