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Accepting Guest Articles? SEO Guest Blogging Tips Only a Writer Would Know

Profile photo of Flor May Submitted by Flor May June 12, 2013 Website : www.searchenginejournal.com

Part of creating good SEO is having a blog on your website, and part of having a blog on your website is having great content on that blog. This is where SEO writers come into play. Writers of course don’t have to be focused on SEO (that can be your job), but most writers who offer guest articles to a blog know a thing or two about the process. They know what it means to use keywords naturally, they know how important link-ability is, and they know how to analyze a website and decide if it’s quality in the eyes of Google.

To make a long story short, writers know a thing or two about creating a blog that appeals to great online writers. You have your classic tips—ask for pitches first, never make too many edits, have a “guest post” tab, etc.—but writers can offer you a few tips that are less well-known.

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  • Profile photo of Riza [Moderator] Profile

    Number 3 is hard to do. You are in an awkward situation if that happens. You don’t’ want to hurt their feelings, but you also know in your heart that their content hasn’t met your standards. But you’re right. Always assume that the writer’s professional enough to accept rejection.

    Thoughts to ponder, definitely. :)

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