Write a guest post on Business.com *Available* LOWEST PRICE!

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What you get with this Hourlie

By ordering this hourlie, you will receive a guest post, written by me, on Business.com with a nofollow link to your website.

Business.com a highly authoritative site with the following metrics:

Domain Authority (DA): 80
(Home)Page Authority (PA): 83
Trust Flow (TF): 66
Citation Flow (CF): 57
Alexa Rank: ~26,000

I will analyze your website and industry in order to write a highly engaging, innovative article. There are no boring industries, only boring writers! -Neil Patel from Kissmetrics

English is my first language, and writing is something I've been doing for 5 years professionally, so you can expect the article to be of utmost quality, with a unique angle to the topic.

Afterwards, I will pitch the article to business.com editors where they'll be likely to accept it. If I fail to get the link, I will refund you 100%.

Before ordering, please read:

-Turnaround time (TAT) is usually 20 days (up to 30 days if editors are busy). Note that I don't have much control over how long the site takes to accept and publish the article.

-The article will be written by me, and only by me. I don't accept articles provided by other people.

-Not all sites can be accepted. The higher quality website you have, the easier it is for me. If you want to be safe, feel free to contact me before ordering.

-Not all anchor text will be accepted. The editors won't allow spammy or promotional anchor text. In order for your anchor text to have a high chance of being accepted, make sure:

1. Your anchor text isn't promotional.
2. Your anchor text makes sense ("Web designers New York" doesn't make sense and is promotional).
3. Your anchor text should reflect what your page is about in detail. Vague anchor texts have a less chance of being accepted. Example of vague is 'web design,' example of non-vague is 'become a web designer.'

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What the Seller needs to start the work

1. Your anchor text isn't promotional.
2. Your anchor text makes sense ("Web designers New York" doesn't make sense and is promotional).
3. Your anchor text should reflect what your page is about in detail. Vague anchor texts have a less chance of being accepted. Example of vague is 'web design,' example of non-vague is 'become a web designer.'