Do you dream of guest blogging for big websites? If so, you need to see this:
It’s a four part case study. Totally free content filled with examples, procedures, everything.
And here’s the neat part:
It shows you how to get INVITED to write for these sites. No pitches.
Imagine an email from an editor at Forbes showing up in your inbox, asking you to write a column for them.
Sounds crazy, right?
Well, that’s exactly what this case study shows you how to do. It’s a bit controversial, but I think you’ll get a lot of value from it. 🙂
This is some of the best training on landing big writing gigs released in a while, and it’s totally free. Click the link below to get it:
P.S. The links are affiliate links, which means that if you choose to make a purchase, I will earn a commission. I recommend the program because I was a Guest Blogging student and have followed Jon Morrow for years, ever since I discovered him on Copyblogger (I recommend checking out the website). He’s a great teacher who actually cares about his students.
I’ve been a guest blogger on sites like The Huffington Post, Crazy Egg, Orbit Media, and more. I receive requests from editors and content marketing managers who want to guest blog for their companies. I also have been and continue to be featured in roundup posts. Keep in mind that this did not happen overnight as it took me years to develop and build my website and reputation. However, if you do the work, you too can attract guest blogging opportunities to you.
One final note. Please do not spend any money on Guest Blogging unless you feel you need it or that it will help you achieve your goals. If you’re not ready, that’s okay. But if you know someone who is, please share this post with them. Thank you!
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