What is guest posting? How important is it?

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What is guest posting?

“Content is King, Linking is Queen” – Guest posting is currently the most popular practice to help you achieve good quality back link and great quality content to your blog. It’s a kind of partnership blogging where one blogger offer good place (blog) for another blogger to add great content.

How it work?

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1. As a blog owner, you will allow other blogger to write about any topic that match with your blog theme / subjects to post on your blog.

The benefit: You will get more fresh content to your blog which will surely good for search engine and your readers.

2. As a guest poster, you will write good impressive, informative content that fit in your partner’s blog subjects to post on their blog.

The benefit:
2.1 You will have more chance to reach the new audience which is the potential to gain new readers to your own blog.
2.2 Chance for quality back link to your site or blog.
2.3 Chance to get double social media promotion either from you as an author and from the blog owner’s social networks.

How important is guest posting?

Guest posting is important to help get your blog noticed by reader and search engine faster. It’s a good way to receive good quality backlinks, good quality content, great opportunity to grow up your community and steadily build up your reputation.

Your readers will also benefits from gaining insight & perspective from a new voice and the chance to discover another beneficial and informative site to follow as well.

How to do guest post on Samui Art Gallery’s blog?

1. Make sure that your article is fit in our blog theme which are:

  • Art
  • Painting
  • Art & Painting Marketing (tips, advise, where to start, help, how to promote / selling art online, etc.)
  • Oil Painting Techniques, Tips, Learning Lesson
  • Blogging (art blogging, tutorial, tips & tricks, technical, benefits, SEO, etc.)
  • Social Networks

2. Your article MUST be original, no post somewhere else, neither before nor after posting on our blog.
3. Please sent you article in Microsoft Word format via email to rose(at)samui-art-gallery.com, including a few images for your article attach in the same email.
4. You may include some internal links on your post (links of relevant articles on Samui Art Gallery).
5. You may also include link to your blog (not an affiliate link).
6. Post should be between 400 – 1000+ words.
7. Not forget to attach your author bio and your Gravatar email address plus your Twitter username.

How soon will your article be posted?

We will review your article, usually within 2 days. In some cases we may edit your article title or some part of it just to make it more interesting to reader and to help with SEO but it will not effecting your topic or changing its meaning.


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6 Responses

  1. The Content is King vs links are King is an age old discussion but in your optic of creating a blog with followers / fans, I’d agree with your chosen monarch :) .

    I have used many way to promote my blog but haven’t touched used guest blogging … yet.

    • adminrose says:

      Hi Leo,
      An age old discussion but still working well. In order to receive higher rank on Google which is mean more traffic, your website must have:
      1. Good content
      2. Good quality inbound links
      3. Active human activity
      These already proved by myself from my previous company and with my Samui Art Gallery site. ;-)

      Thank you for stopping by.

  2. Foto Linen says:

    Thanks for a very detailed explanation about guest posting. The diagram makes us readers understand it easily. Very helpful post for us newbies. Cheers!

  3. Hi Rose, article marketing has worked well for us so far and would be very interested to start doing some guest posts. I will work up an art tutorial for you

  4. Martin says:

    I would say nothing comes easy when you have a new blog. I am still waiting for the first comment so even if my blog is open for contributors I don’t hold my breath. Most people use the Google toolbar and when they see N/A for the PR they are not wasting the time on my blog. What they don;t really take into account is that any blog can grow up one day and we never know when we just wasted some opportunity. I will follow your blog at Networked Blogs and I hope to get more interaction with other bloggers.

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