Don’t publish guest posts without reading them first. You want to be sure the post is relevant to your blog’s topic, shares your voice, and doesn’t contain anything in it that you wouldn’t want to associate with your site.
Don’t publish guest posts without giving them a read-through before publishing. It’ll help you make sure they’re relevant to your blog’s topic, are in line with your voice, and don’t include anything that would hurt the reputation of your site. Don’t: Expect your readers to comment – even if they seem engaged: If someone comments on a guest post, congratulate them and thank them for their input. They took time out of their day to interact with you and give feedback so it shows that you care about your readers enough to engage with them on this level. Comments also show that there are people who take an interest in what other people have to say about your blog which will boost the popularity of both parties involved.
Don’t assume people will comment even if they seem engaged in what you’re saying because by thanking them for commenting you not only show appreciation but encourage others too by showing there are other people who care about what each person has said so far. Comments are valuable as well because they tell you that people actually do like what you write and feel like it should be shared with other audiences.