Guest Blog Post Publishing Services

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Experience Level: Entry
I own a software development and internet marketing firm in Charleston, SC. We specialize in promoting and supporting franchise organizations. We have about 112 clients currently across many different verticals. We have a content writing team. They write a lot of non-promotional content which we would like to publish as guest blog posts on high quality sites, and only on high quality sites. Yes, we get contacted everyday by firms trying to charge us absurd prices such as $100 to $300 per blog post for mid-level sites like tech.co.business.com, patch.com. No, we are not expecting to be published on sites like forbes.com and huffingtonpost.com, but they do need to be high quality sites. We are looking to circumvent these types of firms and work directly with guest blog publishers that can charge us a fair price per blog post to get our non-promotional content published (which will contain 1 Do Follow anchor text link per blog post). Please contact me if you are serious and ready to talk about the specific of how you can help us. Thanks, Matt.

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  • Sarah L.

    Can you provide examples of what you consider high quality sites and what your criteria is for determining if they are high ranking or not?

    Matthew R.30 Jan 2017

    High quality sites
    patch.com, business.com, business2community.com, blogher.com, blogherald.com, tech.co, wn.com. Example of a low quality site, http://www.euradiacentroamerica.com/ very low quality PBN site, missing images, spammy content about everything under the sun, random anchor text links placed for payment and obvious about it. I hope that helps to clarify high vs. low quality sites.