What Is MyBlogGuest (Infographic)?
There seems to be a certain amount of confusion with some guest bloggers who aren’t sure what MyGuestBlog is. I have heard several people refer to it as some kind of general database, run like a social network. But that isn’t really accurate.
MyBlogGuest is the community if the first place. It also has a few advanced tools built for more professional guest bloggers. One of such tools is the Articles Gallery. This is a collection of uploaded posts that guest bloggers have written and want put on different sites.
How Do Blog Owners Use Them?
When a blog owner sees an article they like, they will send an offer to publish it. You will get an email alert that you have a bid, which you can accept or deny. Once you accept, it will go live on the date you arranged.
At that point, you will get another alert telling you it is up. From there, you can track it using the MyBlogGuest link building tool. It will show you how your post is doing with traffic and social networking sites. This makes it much easier to gauge the post’s success.
What People Are Saying
My favorite testimonial I have seen so far comes from Leo Widrich, who you might know as one of the creators of BufferApp. When asking for user reviews, he said:
“The amazing thing about guest posting really is the amount of people you will meet through it. This means either in the comments of your posts or simply the relationship with the person owning the blog.”
The reason I like that quote is because building relationships is what really matters. You start building relationships with these bloggers, who are much more likely to come back to you when they need posts, or when they need new content created.
To see a publisher’s review and video tutorial on the site, check out this post as well as MyBlogGuest video reviews. You might end up the next review singing MyBlogGuest’s praises. Especially once you realize you never have to do a random Twitter search for guest blogging opportunities again.
You can download this infographic in various layouts as well as read the history of the project here.