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Premium Gust Posting Services - how do they do it ?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by georgesmith, Mar 19, 2016.

  1. georgesmith

    georgesmith Registered Member

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    Does anyone know how these services

    http://www.qualityguestpost.com/guest-posting-service-on-high-authority/
    http://iguestblog.com/

    Actually manage to submit articles to blogs like:


    http://www.HuffingtonPost.in
    http://www.Business.com
    http://www.Inc.com

    and

    http://screencast.com/t/nWZb9clrr

    etc ?

    Obviously their main service is a blog network, but this is a premium one - how do they manage to get their links inside these blogs ? Do they have authors there or do they use some kind of a middleman platform ? Contacting authors on all these popular websites and having connections there is impossible for small sites like these.

    Anyone knows how is that done ?
     
  2. ExGawl

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    This is how they manage Premium site:Buy from fiverr $5 and Sell them for $599=$594 ROI
    fiverr-gig.jpg guest-post.jpg
     
  3. goodperson

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    you found their trick ;)
     
  4. blackbeans

    blackbeans Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    The short answer is actually pretty straightforward: They produce quality content.

    Huffington Post and other top brands require high caliber content.

    The good news is that there are outfits who offer guest posting and branding services who have excellent writers.

    Put all these factors together and it should not be a surprise that some guest post companies regularly get their clients' links published on some of the internet's top brands.

    In fact, you only need to read Forbes.com and almost half of that stuff is third-party links.
     
  5. georgesmith

    georgesmith Registered Member

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    Thanks for your answer ! It makes sense...

    When you say outfits what exactly do you mean ? Are these companies or ? Do you know any ?
     
  6. Take Action

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    You can find these services in our BHW Marketplace too. Contributing articles on these editorials is possible but we need to have connections with the respective authors.
     
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    links please! never seen that before
     
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    Check out T0mmy's thread here: Premium Magazine Links.

     
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    Selling service outside the market place is breaking the forum rules : But what people do is sell service by promoting like raising questions.

    To OP, Most of the companies / agencies buy links in market place for cheap & they simply resell outside for higher price by having their website or promoting in some other ways.

    Any Proof ? Yeah, We worked as white labelled guest posting service for several SEO agencies / companies. So better go with forum sellers instead of spending $$$ in 3 way process (seller - reseller - client )
     
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    How they do it ? Let me answer for your question as a premium guest post seller.

    There are 2 possible ways to publish articles to premium guest blogs.

    1. Finding the right authors from the posted article & contacting him directly for guest posting - It's time consuming process, since not all the author responds due to several factors - One among is "I wanted to be a trusted Author of the blog" If blog owner knows any author doing it as paid guest postings in their blogs, then they remove him from the community. So most authors consider profile more than money.

    2. You or any of your team member needs to be Author for the blogs, In order to post your own articles on premium blogs - You needs to build reputation & it's more time taking one.


    100% agree on it, That's the reason why people look for premium guest posts provider in order to save their time & efforts.
     
  11. living2xl

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    Tried out the Iguestblog outfit and they delivered and have good support also prices are decent even below bhw rates. Definitely worth giving a try.
    Can't say anything about the others as I haven't tried them.
     
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    Yep these IguestBlog.com guys did their trick for me with 0 hassles and actually used real sites that have traction. A+ and thumbs up from my end
     
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    Contact them on their livechat/contact form, they have internal lists with thousands of sites they can give you to choose from, with separate pricing per site so you can choose according to your niche and cherry pick the sites you want links on..
     
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    Quality content, obviously can get you posts almost anywhere
     
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    Wow these guys have premium sites at better rates than here on bhw, putting this on my list of to-do's to check out!
     
  16. freckletone

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    Are people here illiterate or something? Are you not aware that anyone can apply at high authority site as a contributor all day long?

    I'm a small time Amazon affiliate and can guest post at tons of the big sites. All you need to do is write. It's not hard to write. Have you read the articles on Business.com or Entrepreneur etc? They aren't that deep. It's basically the same topics regurgitated over and over again.

    All you need is good published writing samples. If you're going to apply to Business.com show best samples of your business related articles. You'll also need a Twitter and Linkedin as a lot of sites will want this info. You may have to spend a few hours writing at least three articles to be used as samples when you apply. Follow the same outline you see at sites like Entrepreneur, cite statistics and link to high quality sources like Forbes etc

    It looks better if your samples are published on sites with editorial review so try to get accounts at the sites where it's easiest to get one first; Lifehack and Engadget. Those two don't even ask for writing samples.

    Why on earth would I consider bribing a writer when I can write and get published at a big authority site in less than an hour? If it's a topic that I know like the back of my hand I could get it done in less than 40 min.

    So many people are obsessed with "bribing authors" when it's so easy to write yourself.

    Also a hint, you can buy these posts from freelancing sites for 5x cheaper than on BHW.... you can find someone to write an Engadget article for about $80 on various freelancing sites.

    If you can't get accepted as a contributor it means your writing sucks or your pitch sucks. Take time to study the articles on the site and emulate the tone and style etc and note how they link out. It's just common sense. Also study the article titles as well; that's really important and you'll need strong titles if you want to improve your chances of getting accepted. It's like a snowball effect; once you get listed at one site it's easier to get accepted to others and you'll build up your writing portfolio. Tweet your articles too.

    Too many people here are obsessed with bribing journalists etc when in actuality the writers on Business.com and Inc.com are NOT journalists; they are CONTRIBUTORS. Anyone who has good writing chops and something of actual value to contribute can get accepted.

    Good writing and SEO go hand in hand. If your writing sucks that will severely limit your ability to get high quality links. The quality of links you can achieve is directly correlated with your writing skills.

    If you have a lot of knowledge about business/SEO etc you can even get published at Search Engine Journal, Ahrefs blog, American Express Open Forum, Fast Company etc.
    Writing for business sites does require business knowledge but I think that as a business owner and entrepreneur you should be an expert in these fields anyways from your own experiences.

    There's no limit on the quality of links you can acquire and you can go far beyond the usual generic sites that are offered on BHW like Engadget, Lifehack etc.

    I always get insulted when people assume that I had to pay someone for my links. I didn't have to pay anyone because I have a keyboard and two hands. It's called writing. You should try it.
     
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  17. KevinNouse

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    Pretty interesting discussion for me. I too write for various publications but never knew this can be a good service to sale :D
     
  18. freckletone

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    Most sellers on BHW are resellers and these services are resellers too. You want cheap? Go to freelancing sites like Fiverr, SEO Clerks, PPH etc

    Most sellers on BHW have to bribe people because they don't want to write themselves so when they do sell it they mark it up and sell Lifehack for like $260. You can find Lifehack on Fiverr... not for $5 obviously but maybe around $100 ish.. maybe a bit more or less.

    If you are a seller on BHW and write the articles yourself (not a reseller) then I think it's ok to charge over $200 an article because otherwise you won't be able to make a living at it. I wouldn't be able to make a living writing a bunch of $90 articles. You also have to factor in state and federal taxes and self employment tax which is significant. It's just the resellers that really annoy me with buying cheap and marking it way up.

    A lot of the people with the contributor accounts themselves sell on various freelancing sites without a middleman. I guess they don't know about BHW.
     
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  19. freckletone

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    Easier to make money writing than with Amazon for me. lol. People are addicted too and buy them like crack. If you can do outreach you can make thousands off one client because no one buys just ONE link. You just have to keep looking for new high authority sites that most sellers on BHW haven't even heard of. For example, many big companies/corporations have blogs that accept guest posts as well but you have to do outreach in order to contact them.

    The easy way to do it is like the sellers on BHW and offer links on the same 10 sites. OR if you find a whale client you can make tons off of them but you have to keep finding new high authority places to post on. The second way is more challenging but also more fun and exciting imo.

    It's amazing how much money some people/companies have to spend on links as well. I've come across people with budgets in the 10k per month; it's really insane.

    You can try freelancing but it can be a bit of a cesspool because you'll be competing with writers in India, Pakistan selling links on Lifehack for $90 etc. I have nothing against people in third world countries but I live in a VERY expensive city in the U.S and $90 doesn't do a ton for me.

    I've thought about selling on BHW but I don't know if I can even handle the volume of orders and I have a f/t job as well. It's easier for me to deal with just a few clients so I can control the number of orders so I don't get overwhelmed. If you land some whales you can make money off them again and again.
     
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  20. living2xl

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    It depends how you value your time, getting connections at all the top sites AND the ability to drop links, requires a lot of clean articles and credit with cheif editors. This is 100's of hours of labour. If I can pay a few hundred bucks or just a hundo in some cases, that is better ROI. There is a break even point in terms of how much you use it but unless you are selling commercially or have a shit ton of sites, the ROI just isnt there. Better to just buy from those who are good at it and get it over with and spend your time on things that make you more $$$. Sure you can grow rice n veggies n save a few bucks, but it's better to buy it in a 7/11 ;)

    Of course if you are new and cash strapped...NO... heck even then it would be better to spend time to learn methods and then use that to buy extenal and instead spend time to scale your methods