The Cons of Guest posting


With all the hype surrounding guest blogging, I’m pretty sure you’ve given it some thought as well. I even did it myself hoping to get some exposure for my other blog. But as the saying goes, every coin has two sides. So, before you decide whether you want to participate in a guest posting campaign, let’s take a step back and look at the downsides for small business owners and freelance writers. It may take a long time.

If you’re planning a blitz with a guest post, you’d better prepare. take time, a lot. Be aware that if you don’t do your research properly, you may be guest posting on the wrong blog and not getting any traffic. Of course, you want to submit your best original work to spend time writing great blogs. Popular
blogs also ask you to wait up to two weeks before they can contact you if they ever do.

This can cost you money. Remember that most guest posts are like giving away quality free content to another blog. Also, you may want to invest a good amount of money to learn how to do guest blogs and you may be encouraged to pay someone to teach you how to do it. Think carefully about who you want to have as a guest blogging mentor.

Your own blog may be affected. If you spend a lot of time guest posting, you can start neglecting your own blog content. So, no matter how amazing your guest posts are, when your new potential readers hit the ground running, they won’t. Don’t even bother signing up because your blog sucks and you have nothing to make them stay. There is no income for you dear. the blog sales.

You? You won’t get anything. You just enriched the content of another blog. And now this? Guest blogging has become so popular that many guest blogging experts are making thousands of dollars by offering paid courses and tutorials on proven and effective guest blogging techniques for those who want to get the most out of this strategy, because it works.