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Omar Faruk
Jul 13, 2022
In TV& Film Forum
One last point: biographies are essential. Never, ever approach a guest blogging site – no matter how cool they look – if they don't have a published bio on the author's posts. You want a clear biography, with a portrait and a link to your site. It's not worth putting your content on a site that doesn't attribute it clearly and right away. If the site does not clearly show author credit on each article, or if the author is simply titled “Guest”, run. 2. How to create the perfect pitch and where to send it Don't just send a generic email with your headline idea. To get noticed (and to get published), you need to create the perfect pitch. The first thing to do is to review the website ghost mannequin effect content and blogs. Consider the guest posts they've posted in the past to see what they typically accept. Also check out their most important or popular articles. Advertising Continue reading below If the content on this site doesn't match your ideal online customer, this is not the site you should be posting to in the first place. It's all about the right platforms here. You want one with a huge audience, of course, but also one that has readers that match your target demographic. Think of the blog as a person, not a website Yes, you are trying to post on a website, but you are also trying to connect with a person. Instead of thinking of a site as a blog or a business development opportunity, think of it as a professional that you need to connect with on a personal level. There is a real person behind this website (sometimes 20 or more people). You want to establish a professional relationship with one of them so that you can start collaborating, working together and sending pitches to this company that will be accepted in the future. When they see you as a real person, they are more likely to take your pitch.
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