How to Make the Most Out of Guest Posts on Your Blog

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A good guest post is just as valuable as a quality blog post written by you. It can take time to edit a guest post, but it’s worth the extra effort. Be sure to contact the author before editing their work so they know what changes you’re making. Here are some dos and don’ts for handling guest posts: Don’t: Send an incomplete draft that hasn’t been edited properly – this looks unprofessional.

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Don’t: Ask someone else to write a guest post for you – it won’t show your personality and credibility. If a friend or family member wants to share their expertise with your audience, be upfront about where you will publish the content (e.g., on Medium).

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Consider asking them to contribute something more in-depth than 140 characters via Twitter instead! Do: Reach out when a new blog post comes up with relevant information related to the content; share links when possible and appropriate; check back in after publication. When promoting the guest post on social media, use the hashtag # Keep these dos and don’ts in mind if you want your readers to appreciate every piece of content you provide!

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Don’t: Ask someone else to write a guest post for you – it won’t show your personality and credibility. If a friend or family member wants to share their expertise with your audience, be upfront about where you will publish the content (e.g., on Medium). Consider asking them to contribute something more in-depth than 140 characters via Twitter instead! Do: Reach out when a new blog post comes up with relevant information related to the content; share links when possible and appropriate; check back in after publication. When promoting the guest post on social media, use the hashtag # Keep these dos and don’ts in mind if you want your readers to appreciate every piece of content you provide!