Guest posting is A- Very useful for getting high-quality backlinks, B- a little time consuming. But I’ve identified it as one of the top things I can do for my websites visibility. If you’re able to write and have examples of your writing then you might find a home guest-posting at some of these high authority websites.
Start applying and getting the ability to post on these websites – on the free market a link from these sites will run you $100 – $1,000 with a lot of them landing in the $300 dollar range, so it helps to realize the importance of backlinking through guest posting and doing it yourself instead. That is if you’re up for a little work! What I wanted to curate here is not just ‘sites that accept guest posts,’ but sites where you can get a login and post on a regular basis. So here it goes:
The list – Great places to guest post for High DA Backlinks
Lifehack.org DA – 82 Link to apply to Guest Post
Business.com DA – 80 Link to apply to Guest Post
EvanCarmichael.com DA – 62 Link to apply to Guest Post
HR.com DA – 74 Link to Create an Account (Can Post)
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EliteDaily.com DA – 77 Link to apply to Guest Post
BlogHer DA- 86 How to Contribute
GeeksWithBlogs.net DA – 59 Link to create an account (can post)
Noupe.com DA- 71 Link to apply to Guest Post
Tech.co DA- 74 Link to create an account
MyCustomer DA- 58 Link to create account (can post)
Other High Authority Links to Get:
WordPress.com / Forums DA- 100 Ask a question related to your site and link to it
Behance Writing w/ Link DA- 91 Link to create an Adobe Account
Things to consider when posting
- Content still matters! Make it good.
- Read their blog posts before reaching out- If there’s a pitching process, pitch it to them – cater to them.
- Make sure to proof your posts before going live – especially if you don’t have access to edit later (it might be sad if you can’t fix a glaring mistake and it’ll make you less likely to promote.)
- Promote your posts when they go live. (Even just one tweet will help your link index faster.)
- Use contextual links and make the link back to your site critical to the meaning and significance of the post. If it’s incidental and awkward-seeming within the greater gist of the post – it will potentially be removed.
Other lists of great places to guest post:
I’m really focused on only sharing places that have allowed me to get in there, create an account and make it happen. A lot of other posts on ‘Places to guest post’ perhaps where you don’t get a sign-in. If you’re just really looking for awesome places to post – but don’t need a sign-in and the ability to regularly use an account here’s a list of awesome posts: