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Discussion in 'Social Media for Business' started by Gabriel Austin, Dec 28, 2018.
You can find many guest post sites in google.
You can find many guest post sites on google.
Yes you can. But they are all useless.
Have you any idea about Medium and blogger?
Other than they are a waste of time, no I have no idea.
I think you will get many sellers on fiverr
And they will all be a waste of time and money
You can easily find websites which allow guest posting with search operators like [your_topic] “write for us”. I do not recommend buying backlinks from Fiverr, you will get very poor quality links from websites which have high spam score.
You can do this. But one questions why. Nobody will read the articles and Google will ignore the links.
Why do you think Google would ignore the link. If it is a do-follow link, it will not be ignored. Of course in order to gain some SEO benefit, the website should be relevant, have high DA and low spam score
Google has published guidance on guest posting. Google doesn’t care about DA or spam scores.
Relevance is good but self published links have virtually zero value. Guest posting is no better than the discredited article submission sites.
You are just misguiding everyone by saying that self published links are zero value. What if i self published a link in Forbes website and it got viral and every website on internet started publishing the material posted by me on the forbes website. is that of zero value too.
There are various search queries that you can use to find guest post websites
keyword intitle:”write for us”
Keyword “accepting guest posts”
Keyword “guest post guidelines”
Keyword “become a contributor”
It would be the referral links that have value not the link on Forbes.
Google keeps telling people what links have value but people still looks for quick and easy ways to build links. Google has moved on a lot recently and dumps millions of links (as many have discovered).
But it originated from what i created manually. So the value is still zero.
You could do this but:
Guest blogging for SEO is not advised.
Which means Forbes gets all the link juice not you.
Google is looking for authority, trust and relevance. If your link on Forbes ticked all the boxes than Google will reward you. For example, if you wrote a paper about the Trump administration and cited a peer reviewed article on your own site the link could have value. Even better if a staff writer published the article a cited your website. Then the link would be golden.
Again same thing.
they mentioned SPAMMY LINKS And you totally ignored this thing and interpreted that every link is spammy
then that means my self submitted link has value . why would I not do a research on the same thing. Why are you considering I will post spammy things on a big site such as forbes.
Not everyone does the spam thing. Google Clearly mentioned the things what you should not do