Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by donArmando, Nov 15, 2012.
I'm interested to have a blog post posted on Mashable, can anyone do that, if yes what's the price?
Several thousand. Only do it if they like your article/service
Inexpensive, Quality Articles
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Vsit Mashable's home page. Add a backslash then the word, "submit" to the link, and that's the only way to get stuff on Mashable. I would write the link, but the system won't let me, sorry!
If they like it it's free, if they don't they wont publish it unless ....unless you offer major dinero
Follow what writer@<3 advise. I have no ideas more.
Just look at what you're asking. "I'd like a blog post on Mashable today, please". It's like saying "I'd like to be featured in the Wall Street Journal" or "Where the smeg is my Nobel Prize for SEO?"
You don't just ask how and how much. If you want to get featured on Mashable, you have two options.
1) Blackmail the editor - Either through love, money or compromising photographs. Even if you have a substantial amount of money, what's the guarantee that it would get on the site/stay on the site? If they see this crap article promoting a crap product/website written in crap English, the editor's gonna get interrogated over it. Why would they put themselves at risk?
2) Create something fucking awesome. Something that people wanna talk about, write about, share with their friends. Socila sharing is a massive part of mashable (look at the overkill on the sharebanner), so your content really needs to have the potential to go viral.
From your original post, I'd say you're a long way from this mindset.
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