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August 13th, 2013

In October 2012, Matt Cutts released a video about Google’s view on Guest Blogging for Links.

Now, Google went one step further in clarifying their position when they updated their link schemes section within the Google Webmaster Guidelines to address guest blog posting. The guidelines now say that Large-scale article marketing or guest posting campaigns with “keyword-rich” anchor text links will most probably impact a site’s ranking negatively in SERPs, especially if the quality of the blog is in question.

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The answer to this is no, not yet. We still believe that guest blogging is a legitimate inbound marketing tactic. But like so many other strategies, it can and has been abused. But if we do it the right way, it’s one of the best methods to get quality links.

However, we make sure to consider the below important points to protect your websites from possible future issues:

1. The posts that we write comprise of high quality content and relevant to the topic and industry.

2. Our content writers research the latest trends in your industry and include important facts in the article while making sure it doesn’t look spammy.

3. We get you contextual links from guest posts which are actually liked and recommended by Google.



4. Each post is submitted to just one blog so as to avoid any duplicate content issues and Google de-valuing those links.

5. We get links from branded and partial match terms as against keyword rich anchor texts which are not recommended by Google.

6. Finally, we make sure to add Google+ Authorship to each blog post which protects

the content and gives it a chance to rank higher in Google SERPs.

7. We only select blogs which accept unique content.


To conclude, we certainly don’t believe that guest blogging is dead (at least not yet) but can clearly hurt you if you do it the wrong way.

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