This is the ultimate guest blogger “life-saver” PDF guide + Excel spreadsheet that consists of over 1,400 quality websites that accept guest posts.
In addition, we also share our second-best link building strategy (apart from guest blogging) and a step-by-step process we use to get featured in some of the most authoritative tech, marketing and business publications like The Next Web, Sitepoint, Business2Community, The Huffington Post, SEMRush, Lifehack, Crazy Egg and many others.
This is truly the best, the most accurate and the largest directory of quality websites that accept guest posts and contributions.
As you may know, inbound links (A.K.A Backlinks) are vital for SEO & Website Traffic. In fact, some consider inbound links as the most powerful ranking factor. But the challenge all bloggers, content marketers, and SEOs face is actually gaining these “quality” backlinks. One of the most effective ways for getting quality backlinks is by “Guest Posting” or “Contributing” quality content for other websites. But once again, digital marketers face with another issue – finding quality websites that accept guest posts.
In essence, this is why we’ve made this guide – to help bloggers, inbound marketers, content marketers and SEOs publish quality content on quality websites to earn quality backlinks, increase referral traffic, boost website authority and gain web presence.
This guide is for everyone in Search Engine Optimisation, Content Marketing, Digital Marketing & Blogging fields. Those looking to skyrocket their blogging and link-building efforts will find this guide incredibly useful.
Sure thing, but we did the work for you. We spent over 500 hours researching, finding, creating and designing this guide. This means that for a tiny fee of $29.99 $18.99 you can get a lifetime supply of quality websites that accept guest posts with direct links to submission pages. Moreover, you will get free updates of this guide for the next 2 years (updated every 3 months). We’ll be adding new websites, link-building strategies, updating DA, Alexa Rank and Submission Links.
We use 3 main metrics in this guide:
DA (Domain Authority): A metric introduced by Moz that calculates the strength of the website on a scale from 1-100 (100 being the strongest). The metric is calculated upon the number and quality of inbound links, linking domains, MozRank and MozTrust. This metric is updated once a month. So, if you purchase this guide in June, metrics are likely to be slightly different. You will receive an updated version of this guide on December 2017 (Updated every 3 months for the next 2 years).
Alexa Rank: The algorithm is based on the amount of estimated traffic that a particular website gets. The lower the rank is, the more traffic a website gets (i.e. 1 being the most popular website). This metric is updated every single day, so it’s very likely that the data you’re seeing now may differ from the data you’ll see tomorrow. However, as ranks don’t change dramatically, the data is likely to stay in a similar region. Once again, you will receive an updated version of this guide on December 2017 (Updated every 3 months for the next 2 years).
Difficulty: This “algorithm” is based on our own experience and determines how hard it is to get published on a particular website. It’s based on the number of guest posts that we see featured on that website, the level of difficulty to get your article featured on that site, quality standards, and the actual review process. Please use this metric as an indication only, as difficulty varies on a case-by-case basis.
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This list in no way guarantees that all or any of the websites listed below will accept your content, guest post or contribution. This post/list shall only be treated as a go-to resource for those who are looking to contribute their work to various media publications. The vast majority of these sites would require you to show some expertise & have some experience before allowing you to submit guest posts/contributions. So, take your time and ensure that your content is of top-notch quality before reaching out to any of these websites/blogs.
- We do NOT guarantee any results (negative or positive). We will NOT be held responsible for any misuse of this guide, including (but not limited) to increases or decreases in search rankings, increases or decreases in search positions, increases or decreases in backlinks or website authority, traffic fluctuations, manual or algorithmic penalties and any other indicators.
- We do NOT guarantee that any of the websites listed in this guide will accept your content/guest post/contribution.
- We will NOT be held responsible for any search engine penalties your website may receive if you don’t follow search engine’s guidelines, including (but not limited) to spammy comments, heavy and spammy linking from guest posts, spammy guest blogging, publishing poor quality content with a sole intent to gain backlinks, buying or exchanging backlinks, etc.
- Will will NOT be held responsible for any financial losses or gains you or your website may face as a result of guest blogging.
- Occasionally, search engines will drop listings for no apparent or predictable reason.
To help you better understand the Dos and Don’ts of Guest Blogging, please visit this guide.
The Don’ts of Guest Blogging:
- Don’t be spammy: Don’t send mass emails to 100s of blogs at the same time asking for guest posting opportunities.
- Don’t spin articles: These types of articles are easy to spot and are NOT tolerated by the search engines.
- Don’t use the same article: Avoid posting the same article over and over again. If you are serious about quality guest blogging, you should only post a single piece on a single website.
- Don’t do guest blogging only for link-building: Guest Blogging should never be done solely for link-building. Make sure to contribute quality content, provide value to the user and don’t stuff in multiple backlinks to your website.
- Don’t post on spammy and low-quality websites: You would want to avoid spammy websites at all cost. Not only they can damage your reputation as a writer, but also get your website penalised.
- Don’t stuff your article with links: Editors are picky. It will take them no more than a minute to identify a self-promotional link. Unless it’s necessary to include a link (perhaps you are citing someone), don’t stuff them in. If you wish to have a link back to your website – use the byline or when it’s 100% relevant. Linking aggressively may get your website penalised.
It’s worth noting that by the time you reading this guide, some websites may have changed the rules and guidelines for guest blogging, have completely closed external submissions, decreased or increased in Domain Authority and/or Alexa Rank. That being said, we’ll try our best to keep this list updated and provide you with the most accurate, comprehensive and reliable source.
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