Back when I wrote this post about building blog traffic, I was already sold on the value of the guest post. Since that article, I’ve written more and more for other people and I’m more convinced than ever that giving your best material away is my golden key to finding new readers and creating genuine good will.
It has also created business opportunities and led to wonderful people. I hope it’s obvious that I can’t say enough good things about guest blogging.
Several people have asked me for a list of all the guest posts I’ve done. This isn’t all of them, but they’re the ones that I’ve gotten the best results with. You can check them out at How I Build Blog Traffic – The Guest Post.
Now that I’ve got some visitors coming through, I’m getting many requests for interviews. I love to do interviews, but am still getting used to the idea that anyone wants to hear (or read) anything I have to say. No accounting for taste, I suppose.
While maintaining that I don’t know a whole lot, I’ve included a few of those recent interviews in this list (they’re also updated in the blog traffic post) here because they were really fun to do.
Always Accepting Guest Posts
Even better than writing for other people has been the surprising fact that many people are now anxious to write for World’s Strongest Librarian.
And nothing could be more fitting. This is a community. Librarian is a state of mind. The more the merrier.
I don’t care how big or small your blog or business is. If you can write and you have an idea you think could work here, let me know. I love my guests.
If You Would Like Me To Write Something For You
Please contact me for rates and we’ll work something out that you’ll rave about (in a good way).
Thanks for the visit!
If you liked this post, please Subscribe To The RSS feed.