Build Your Email List with Guest Blogging
You can get 100+ subscribers per guest post when you know what makes them effective at building your list.
Guest blogging is often the most consistent and reliable way to:
- Build your email list quickly by offering real value to the people you want to attract.
- Create strong relationships with industry influencers who can help promote what you create.
- Get insight to what people want from you the most, so you can sell more products and services.
In this short, free manual you learn the 7 key steps you have to get right to build your email list with guest blogging—quickly.
If you get any of them wrong, you won’t see any results.
But if you get them right, there’s hardly a limit to what you can achieve; I get an average of 170 new subscribers with every guest post I write.
“Peter runs one of the very few marketing sites that deliver real, practical value with every article—and no filler content!
It’s on the short list of sites I personally subscribe to, and I think it should be on the short list of anyone who’s serious about marketing and business success.”
Why should you use guest blogging to build your email list?
Guest blogging isn’t only (usually) the fastest, most reliable way to build your email list. It’s also one of the least “sleazy” ways to do it.
Your email list grows only if you actually help people. And it’s not difficult to do that when you know what you’re talking about.
However, just writing “good posts” isn’t nearly enough. Yet, that’s what most people focus on.
Even the people who call themselves experts in guest blogging usually consider social media attention and comments the measure of success for a guest post. Those are fun things to get, but they don’t build your email list (except indirectly).
If you aim to build your email list with guest blogging, you have to consider new subscribers the primary measure of success.
But that doesn’t mean your posts won’t get social media attention and comments. An effective guest post almost always is also shared in social media, gets comments, and often even ranks well in search engines.
You won’t just get a surge of new subscribers. New people find you through your guest posts weeks and months after they were published.
That being said, the relationships you build with guest blogging can become even more valuable than the hundreds and thousands of subscribers you get. I can directly attribute tens of thousands of dollars worth of client work to the relationships I’ve built through guest blogging.
So, when you write a guest post, don’t just think about how it will build your email list. Also make sure you start a good relationship with the site owner you approach.
When you’ve read the manual, you’ll know the 7 key steps you have to get right to build your email list with guest blogging. But if you have any questions, you can just send me an email; I answer every email I get (usually within 24 hours).