Yes, all of the blogs we use for your posts will be related to your websites niche.
However, in some cases – particularly with small niches – your guest posts will have a greater effect if they are posted on a larger blog, covering a wider range of topics in your niche.
- A site offering rental car insurance might receive a post on a popular travel blog with the title “Going on Holiday? Make Sure you’re Covered!”
- A site providing bathroom remodeling services might receive a post on a popular home design blog with the title “Fresh Bathroom Styling Ideas for 2013”
In order to maintain our quick turnaround times, we do not typically allow the content to be pre-approved.
With that being said, we have never had a complaint about the quality of our content. Take a look at our portfolio to see some examples of our work.
If you intend to place large or recurring orders, then we are open to allowing approval on the content during your first order. Please make sure you contact us prior to placing your order though.
This depends on the blog owner, all blogs have their own guidelines and rules in place which we must adhere to. If possible, we will place your link in the main body of the content. However, if this is not permitted then we will include your link in the author byline.
Although most orders we receive are delivered much sooner than 4 – 6 weeks, sometimes it can take the full 6 weeks for your posts to be delivered. We target some of the biggest blogs in our clients industries, these blogs receive hundreds of e-mails each day and it can take a little while to receive a reply, let alone have our content reviewed and scheduled for publishing.
You will find that almost all service providers who deliver guest posts within a week or two are using network blogs which they have direct access contribute to, or they are paying a network blogger to add the posts for them. In most cases these blogs have no editorial standards, and no real audience.