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Best way to ask blogger for link ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cammb, Aug 4, 2014.

  1. cammb

    cammb Newbie

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    Hi,
    I wanna ask you guys how is the best way to ask blogger to put link to your website on his blog or write review or some article for free or with a small price :)

    I sent around 50 emails with two text:

    1. I wrote to blogger with question if he can write about my website on his blog because i dont have enough money to marketing.
    I sent 30 emails and I had one review.

    2. I sent to blogger an article for free, and in return I wanted to get a link on the bottom this article.
    I sent 20 emails and I had 0 response.

    Are you have any other nice ideas how to ask blogger for link, article or review ?

    Sorry for my english :p
    I'm from Poland :)
     
  2. SEO Power

    SEO Power Elite Member

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    When sending out emails asking for links or guest posting opportunities, you need to focus on the value your website will provide to the visitors of the site you want a backlink from. How will linking to your website benefit the visitors of the site you want a link from? How valuable will your guest post be to their audience?

    Reference: http://www.buzzstream.com/blog/essential-guide-effective-link-building-outreach.html
     
  3. keywordspot

    keywordspot Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Good Question OP! My advice join "MBG". You may allow asking articles for you site.

    Your comments are welcome here anytime!
     
  4. Nick Flame

    Nick Flame Executive VIP Premium Member

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    First , learn to target bloggers that specifically request content / guest bloggers. That will increase your changes of getting your articles approved.

    Second, work on your communication skill, and instead of thinking what's in it for you try to think what's in it for the blogger. This means you may have to write articles on specific topics that they want to publish on their blogs, not send them whatever articles you have already written in advanced.
     
  5. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    From another country or not, if the grammar in your emails is similar to the grammar in this post, you're not going to get too many people interested.
     
  6. Nightly

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    Ask for a guest post opportunity.

    You provide a high quality, relevant article/post In exchange for a link back to your website, and social media page(s).

    Do not send them articles first, ask the question first. Since you're not too good with English, pay someone to write a niche relevant article for the webmasters that accept your offer.

    Maybe also pay someone to create the email for you as well. The email shouldn't be more than 200 words (I think). All of this could be done for under $10.00 If you shop right.
     
  7. aksingh000

    aksingh000 Registered Member

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    First , learn to target bloggers that specifically request content / guest bloggers. That will increase your changes of getting your articles approved.

    Second, work on your communication skill, and instead of thinking what's in it for you try to think what's in it for the blogger. This means you may have to write articles on specific topics that they want to publish on their blogs, not send them whatever articles you have already written in advanced.

    NICK FRAME IS ABSOLUTELY RIGHT
     
  8. Laubster

    Laubster Senior Member Premium Member

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    Yes this is right. These bloggers don't care about you, your articles or the fact that you don't have money. All they care about is publishing good content on their blog that their readers will enjoy or benefit from. So figure out how you can provide that content and then email them without asking for anything. Instead provide a few pitches (ideas for content) and ask if their readers would be interested.
    Also some great articles here: https://www.google.com/webhp?source...505&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=how+to+guest+blog
     
  9. anjaan

    anjaan Newbie

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    what is MBG?? can you please explain coz i also have similar question and would like to try any thing to get the bloggers to post my link.
     
  10. jollyman

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    MGB is a guest blogging community where you need to register yourself to approach any blogs. You can find various blogs on almost all niches in which you can post the articles.

    This is completely free and you don't have to spend $$, just need to find good sites which you think will benefit you in the long run.
     
  11. skipy85

    skipy85 Newbie

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    When I write a request for a guest blogging, I also offer to post a link to the article on his page on my social websites (Facebook, Twitter, G+).