026 How to use Guest Posts to drive a ton of traffic

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In the last episode, I spoke about How to get Joint Venture Partners to send you a bunch of traffic. While talking about that, I spoke a little about Guest Posting.

In today’s episode, I wanted to dig a little deeper into guest posting. This is something I’m very much involved with. Why? Because you can leverage the success of other blogs to drive traffic to your own blog. Not only that, but it can also help your blog climb in the Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs). Since I started guest posting regularly, my Pagerank (PR) in Google has increased significantly, and now I have a PR of 4 on this site and my Biology Website.

Here’s the problem – Most people go about landing guest posting gigs in the wrong way, and when they get a guest posting gig, they don’t optimize their posts to benefit their blog as much as possible.

That’s what I address in this episode. I walk you through the process of getting, writing, and optimizing your guest posting campaigns to give you maximum success. Doing this can make the world of difference in your Internet Marketing efforts, so make sure to pay close attention.

This is my shortest episode so far, so you’ll get a lot of value in a short period of time :)

Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Let me hear them by leaving them in the comments below or by calling the hotline at (888) 835 – 2414.

Leslie Samuel026 How to use Guest Posts to drive a ton of traffic

Comments 3

  1. Anonymous

    This is great info.  I recently did a guest post, but did not get a lot of responses.  But I’m thinking about reworking the post and resubmitting it elsewhere.  

    1. Leslie Samuel

      Just make sure that it’s different enough to not be “duplicate content”. My recommendation would be to write a totally new post that provides a significant amount of value, instead of trying to do a different version of the same post. That way, you are contributing even more value to the blog.

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