Guest Post Links: The Difference Is Repeatability

Author: Gab Goldenberg

At SphinnCon 2010 yesterday in Jerusalem, I presented on guest post based link building. The main advantage, in addition to the high quality of links it builds relative to other sorts, is repeatability. View the preso to see what I mean.

If you’ve been wondering why I’m not posting regularly lately, it’s because I’ve moved to Jerusalem since mid-January and am currently studying at Hebrew University, in Jerusalem. I’ve yet to get internet in my apartment (the first month I had internet via the yeshiva I was at prior to coming to Hebrew University), hence the slow posting frequency etc. Please stay subscribed as I hope to get internet soon and write at a regular pace again.

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  1. It is true that link building is repetitive. However, if it is done correctly, it will engender the results that you want. Having a distinct protocol like Search Engine Optimisation Wales can make this happen. Irrelevant posts are tantamount to spamming. So be creative and contribute sensible and informative posts.

    Comment by Sergio Indiene - March 9, 2010 @ 11:50am
  2. Really nice presentation Gab. Guest posting can definitely require more skill/domain expertise, but as you mention for someone with the ability to create a guest post it's a MUCH more leveraged way of promoting a Website than link begging. I like the focus here on repeatability, and there are so many nice pieces that fall out of the relationships you build and content you create (branding, thought leadership, biz dev opportunities, etc.) Tom

    Comment by Tom Demers - March 10, 2010 @ 8:35am
  3. Love you work. I've heard lots lately about guest posting on other people's blogs. I take it that you: A. need to have an established blog of your own. B. Have some expertise in your knowledge area C. Form a decent relationship with other bloggers in your field. I need to get in on this guest posting gig.

    Comment by Wynne - March 19, 2010 @ 7:00am

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