It’s not all that hard to submit a guest post—and get it accepted—even to one of the best guest blogging sites around.
You really only need to get three things right. Even in my in-depth training on guest blogging (currently not actively sold, so if you’re interested, contact me for details) the part dedicated to how to get your posts accepted is the shortest. (Here’s an article about the key thing that affects your guest posts’ effectiveness the most.)
But some people just mess up their initial pitch. Badly.
If you want to avoid making mistakes and increase your chances of guest blogging success, let’s take a look at the five most critical—and sometimes entertaining—guest post pitch blunders.
Lots of people complain it’s hard to get guest posts published on the big sites. Sure, there’s plenty of competition. But if you make any of these mistakes after reading this, you can only blame yourself.