Write A Guest Post For Leads

This week, I had 2 party plan reps who have written a guest post for the Cash Flow Show tell me that they got a booking as a result!

That is exciting!

It means that we can add write a guest blog post to our list of 100+ booking ideas!!

Seek Blogs In Niche For Guest Post

You probably already frequent blogs in your niche, so just reach out to them and ask if they are interested in guest bloggers.

Most webmasters, myself included, suffer from blog burnout occasionally and are more than happy to receive a quality blog post in a relevant value-added topic.
The blog’s owner sets the rules for the guest blog post…. not the blog submitter! A good blog always has rules for guest post submissions and every post you submit to a blog should never be posted online more than once.

Trust me, at the Cash Flow Show we get lots of requests for article submissions but most of them are just spammers with poor quality articles looking for links back to their website.

We Love Guest Posts

When a direct selling rep has a unique booking idea, party plan game or other home party business-specific strategy or tip, we are always happy to give a link back.

Blogging twice a week, every week, means that when someone else writes the article, we get a day off!!

Create a unique article with great content and generate a bit of curiosity in your bio, then don’t be surprised when that surprise lead contacts you!

One of the best ways to get a guest post accepted is to comment on the blog a few times over a month or so. Make great comments that add value and show your expertise. Doing this will make you known to the webmaster – developing a relationship, before asking.

Webmasters LOVE comments!! (You get a link back to your site as a commenter also!)

Create a strategy:

  1. Regularly look for blogs in your niche
  2. Develop a relationship by adding value to that blog by commenting on posts
  3. Contact them and ask about guest post opportunities
  4. Always ask them what the article requirements are

Guest blogging will not fill your calendar this week, but it will build your online reputation and generate an occasional new customer.


    Shared by: Sabrina:

    I had not considered that. Thank you for sharing this idea.

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