One of the most important aspects of your blog is making sure you’re providing an excellent experience for readers. To do this, make sure you handle guest posts in a way that adds value for your readers. If a guest post doesn’t seem like it would be valuable or interesting to your audience, it’s best not to post it. Use the words in at least one sentence. possible, find bloggers who are writing about topics related to yours and invite them to write a guest post for your site.
To get their attention, mention why they should want to write for you: if there are common topics you cover and they have different perspectives that would benefit your readers; if they specialize in covering topics related to yours but don’t have the same following as yours; etc.
If you think someone will be a good fit for your blog, start by inviting them over email. Give them links to past posts so they can see what kinds of things work well on your site before suggesting a topic for their first post. Once you’ve got some back-and-forth going with potential contributors, take some time out of each day to help edit drafts, schedule new content and otherwise provide support. Inviting other people onto your site with content relevant to your interests makes sense only if they reciprocate with interest and content that matters too. Offer authors fair compensation and give them credit where it is due. With any luck, they’ll keep coming back again and again!
To maintain a positive atmosphere between all parties involved in guest posting, make sure you always treat your writers right: let them know their ideas are welcome, ask questions to check whether they have the knowledge to write on the subject without giving away the farm. It’s also helpful to remember that writers might bring traffic from social media (good) but may also bring spammy comments from those followers (bad). Remembering these tips when dealing with potential guest posters will go a long way towards building rapport and maintaining quality.