Attention: This is for the blogger who would like to break out of the “D-List” for good…open doors to thousands of new visitors, fans, and customers…and perhaps even hit the “A-List” once and for all– this can be achieved using guest post.
Or imagine getting hundreds of personal thank-you emails from people who say “Your blog changed my life…I owe you a huge debt of gratitude!”
Or even write a single blog post that will net you over 700 new members of your own personal fan club!
These are only three of the “sneaky secrets”–completely unknown to 99% of bloggers–and now yours!
That magical feeling when you write a really great post…it’s great, isn’t it? This is the post that will get you recognized by all those top bloggers, and you just know it. You hit the Publish button and anxiously await the flood of comments, visitors, and massive traffic.
You are definitely being proactive. You’re out there busting your butt, writing great stuff, making your blog look appealing, and emailing top bloggers about your posts.
Your perfect blog post is sitting there in all its glory…getting basically no traffic, no visitors, and no comments. You check your blog to make sure it’s not broken. It’s up. There just isn’t anyone listening. If you are not using guest post, these are some of the things that can happen and while we are not saying it is the perfect solution, it does help!
Sometimes you probably think that there is some sort of secret blogger’s cabal that just doesn’t include you. You wonder how all those other bloggers did it. After all, their writing isn’t always better than yours. They write some ridiculous posts and seem to have this fan club that just follows them wherever they go.
It’s enough to make you want to give up, isn’t it? To just quit blogging. But if you’re anything like me…you love blogging, and you really want to make this work.
I know how frustrated you feel because I was just where you were when I set up my blog. A handful of subscribers—most of whom knew me personally. Writing great content that no one read. And emailing other bloggers, over and over again, to no avail. No responses to my emails. No responses to my posts.
Results after trying guest post
After months of trial and error, I got noticed by one of the top blogs in my niche. (His blog has over 80,000 subscribers.)
Within 24 hours, that blogger contacted me and ask whether I would be interested in guest post to his blog. You can imagine how excited I became……..