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How much i must charge for sponsored post?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Unrealworld, Nov 16, 2019.

  1. splishsplash

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    It depends on too many factors. It just comes down to what people are willing to pay.

    Start higher and you'll find out if it's too expensive. DA doesn't mean much, so I can't judge. The power of a website really comes down to its backlinks. Although ahrefs DR is a great indicator. You won't see a low DR with good backlinks or a higher DR like 20+ that doesn't have good backlinks. And 30+ DR will always have good backlinks.
     
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    Actually, I found that this doesn't need to be true most of the time.

    DR 30 is fairly low, I stumble upon a lot of websites with DR 30 and even up to 50 with no legit backlinks.

    And sometimes, you actually can find lower DR with good backlinks. Not for long though, that's usually in the period of them being new, not ranked or aged.
     
  3. splishsplash

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    This is very subjective. Your definition of good backlinks and mine probably differ.

    I'm not talking about high-end contextual backlinks from forbes. By good backlinks I mean "decent".. This could be some contextuals from weaker sites, or some good directory listings.

    Ie, not just garbage like comments/images/auto-backlink crap
     
  4. ContentInvasion

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    Agree 100% with that, it's a subjective topic.
     
  5. Anne Hough

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    50$ is best price for these types of domain.
     
  6. AngelSeo

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    From my experience a good money site type of content is at least $20. If your price of $70 include the content, you are charging just $50 for the link. This is OK price for half decent website and by that I mean anything with more than 100 referring domains (good decent links, not spammy shit) and say 2-3k traffic (Ahrefs/Semrush).
     
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    That's right. You could offer a price tag combined with content. Anything above 2K UVs is healthy.
     
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    Actually these type of sites are built only for selling links, though they have a good traffic but in the long run you can't get a good result from them.
     
  9. yeahhub

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    I've a tech blog having DA27 and i usually charge $20-$40 only
     
  10. Ravi Davda

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    Appreciate it! I noticed, that's why the prices are generally cheap vs. niche specific. Good point. I guess relevancy plays a huge factor here.
     
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    How much traffic do you have?

     
  12. blackbeans

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    Personally, I would base my SPONSORED POST rate on the following factors

    1) How close is the content to my blog's niche?
    2) How closely related is the sponsored content to the topics I already blog about?
    3) How many links does the client want in the post?
    4) How long is the content?