Simply: A guest post is a piece of content you write that you get published on someone else’s blog instead of posting it on your own site. This is done in exchange for some recognition in the form of a link that points back to your site.
Guest posting is a white hat link building method that has been around for years and remains one of the most valuable ways to build safe, high quality, contextual links back to your site.
Guest posts give you access to a larger audience and a quality external backlink in exchange for your efforts in writing the post. In the case of Loganix, our guest blogging service takes care of every step in the guest blog posting process (pitching ideas, writing the post, placing your link, and working with the blog owners to get the piece published).
You get to sit back and receive a link while we handle the hard work. Additionally, in the case of our placements, you are not the contributor/writer. The content will be written and placed by the contributor or website’s owner.
Guest posting is one of the most powerful link building methods available today. Along with editorial links, they help you boost your search rankings with reliable signals of success. Getting content posted on high authority blogs gives your domain a boost and allows you to use partial or exact match anchor text links without coming off as spammy.
The blogs we work with receive organic traffic from Google and have an extensive quality link profile of their own. A link from a Loganix guest post order will help boost your page’s rankings and your overall domain authority.
Yes, very much so. Article submissions/marketing are an outdated SEO technique where people published (generally) low quality, spun content to article sites that would accept submissions from basically anyone. Guest blogging is a form of content marketing where quality blog posts are offered up and published on different blogs that can be relevant to your industry.
The blogs we work with expect quality, relevant blog posts that do not contain spammy links or links to poor quality domains. The editors of these blogs are discerning and wish to only have content that provides value to their readership.
This is not article marketing, where almost anything goes, and Google quickly catches onto the low-value content. Those types of sites get devalued in search, and we don’t want that to happen to you. The blogs we work with are trusted by Google and receive hundreds to 10s of thousands of unique, organic search visitors each month.