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14 SEO Blogs Accepting Guest Posts in 2014

December 2nd, 2013 | Jan Guardian

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Guest Blogging

Recently there's been much controversy in the web community surrounding guest blogging. Whereas some claim that it is polluting the web with low quality content and triggers search engine penalties, others say that guest blogging is one of the best ways to get your profile and brand out there to relevant audience.

No doubt, guest blogging has lately become a practice that many people abuse and get wrong. However, we still believe guest blogging can be performed to its highest standards, especially when you know the right places to submit your guest contributions to.

This is why we came up with the list of 14 top SEO blogs accepting guest posts that may significantly enlarge your presence and help you build authority. Notably, the list is relevant as of the date of this post's publication. The world of guest blogging is changing rapidly and some resources may suddenly decide to stop accepting guest posts. To this end, if you're considering doing guest blogging in 2014 then you can find this list to be of use.

For your convenience we put the blogs in alphabetical order and provided some of their social metrics. Check them out! Read more »

How to consistently produce amazing content? 8 top bloggers and content marketers know the answer

November 11th, 2013 | Olga Gabdulkhakova

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We all aim for great content. Bloggers, SEOs, content strategists, marketers, small business owners - we all want to add value to our readers with best articles, videos, whitepapers, podcasts, infographics, etc.

But when it comes to actually creating worthy content on a regular basis, we realize it's easier said than done.

At some point we need tips from content thought leaders to make sure we're moving in the right direction. With that in mind, I approached leading bloggers and content marketers with one and the same question:

How to consistently produce amazing content?

In this article, you'll find insights from 8 experts who built their authority through writing valuable stuff that resonates with their readers.

So, do top content folks have any secrets? Read on to find out! Read more »

6 Mompreneurs’ Stories You’ll Love! [Featured Interview]

May 12th, 2013 | Link-Assistant.Com

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Dear all,

Today we want to congratulate all Moms and wish them the happiest Mom's day ever!

Everybody has a dream and for many Moms this dream is to have enough time for her family and her job. We've interviewed six outstanding mompreneurs who have learnt how to balance their business and family life.

Some of them have only become Moms, other have years of experience, but all of them have shared valuable tips, recommendations and stories. Meet today's heroines:

Mompreneurs Interview

Holly Reisem Hanna in an Austin-based work at home mom, Publisher of the the award winning website - The Work at Home Woman, Social Media Manager for AWAI, lover of coffee, travel and fashion. Connect with Holly on Twitter @Holly_Hanna.

James Chartrand is the pen name of the founder/owner of Men with Pens and Damn Fine Words, an innovative writing course for business owners. She’s a leading copywriter, problogger, business expert, published author and renowned online entrepreneur from Montreal, Canada.

Roz K. Walker is a wife, savvy mom of two, and a born entrepreneur. A former corporate consultant and trainer, Roz ditched her 9 to 5 and opted instead to spend that time raising and homeschooling her kids. To fulfill her entrepreneurial spirit (and to help pay the bills!), Roz founded Covert Social Media, a Social Media Management business that provides done-for-you inbound marketing services for entrepreneurs. You can learn more about Roz by visiting www.covertsocialmedia.com.

Kristi Hines is a freelance writer, ghostwriter, professional blogger, and social media enthusiast. Her work has been featured on Power 150 blogs such as Social Media Examiner, Search Engine Watch, Search Engine Journal, Business 2 Community, Windmill Networking, SEOgadget, and KISSmetrics.

Ann Smarty is the blogger and community manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas. She is specializing in SEO consulting and guest blogging. Ann's expertise in blogging and tools serve as a base for her writing, tutorials and her guest blogging project, MyBlogGuest.com.

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Complete guide to assigning tasks a freelance copywriter

March 7th, 2013 | Ksenia Dobreva

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Using freelance copywriter's services is common practice now. Many Internet marketers are individual entrepreneurs and it is not profitable for them to have an in-house copywriter. Even SEO companies often use freelance workforce to reduce expenditure. But working with a freelance copywriter raises a very important question:

How to explain to a copywriter what you need

Yes, it is a very important question. You have a doer that has never worked for your company and hardly knows anything about it, and you assign him a task to write a perfect text for any of your business purposes.

I often hear people saying that they are not going to spend time on writing a task for a copywriter almost as big as the expected copy itself, as it is not profitable and they could have written the text themselves, unless they wouldn't turn to copywriters' services. Read more »

Writer’s block – 8 easy ways to cure it for digital marketers

November 28th, 2012 | Link-Assistant.Com

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guest post by Charlotte Varela  

Picture the scene: you've set aside an afternoon to write the perfect blog post, brewed some tea, de-cluttered your desk and… nothing. For whatever reason and no matter how hard you stare at your computer screen, an idea just won't materialise.

Writer's block isn't just something that affects literary wordsmiths; even digital marketing experts suffer when they're least expecting it, which means bad news for any content marketing and link building strategies.

It can be easy to forget the intrinsic value of blogging for business. Gone are the days when content was allowed to be sub-par and only created for search engines. It must now be created for users too, serving as a clever tool for both link building and lead nurturing.

And when it comes to lead generation you can't ignore the figures – stats from InsideView indicate that B2B companies with an active blog generate on average 67% more leads each month than non-bloggers.

Impressive right? It just goes to show how potentially threatening writer's block can be, but thankfully you have me on hand to dish out some advice on how to cure it… Read more »