5 ways to avoid being a rude guest blogger

Landing the opportunity to write a guest post on someone else’s blog is just the first step in the process. There are etiquette rules to follow to ensure you’ll be asked to blog again.

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Guest blogging is a PR and marketing tactic that is all too often overlooked. Being a guest blogger can offer PR pros a number of benefits. It can get your name out there, help you position yourself as an expert, drive traffic back to your website, get you links that help improve your search engine rankings, and so much more.

A lot of times when we talk about guest blogging, we only focus on how to get guest blogging opportunities. After all, the more chances you have to guest blog, the more you stand to benefit.

However, there’s another aspect to guest blogging that’s worth discussing: etiquette. If you don’t understand the etiquette of guest blogging, you risk coming across as rude, and you could cause damage to important relationships with other bloggers.

Below are five tips that can assure you’ll be a guest blogger who’ll be asked to contribute again.

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