Bringing our Guest Blogging Posts Together

Posted by Charles on November 17th, 2008

Guest Posting Roundup

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PiggyBankPie started back in 2007 with a specific focus on guest blogging and during the past year we’ve covered numerous topics on the subject, with highlights including:

However, there was no place which we could refer to as a guest blogging resource, a place where all our articles were linked to. Therefore we’ve put together the Comprehensive Guide to Guest Blogging, a complete round-up of all our guest blogging articles from the past year.

It covers all areas from the start of the process - why you’d want to start guest blogging - to how to approach bloggers, what to be careful of, real-life case studies, and how to make money through writing guest posts.

If you have any feedback or suggestions about future guest blogging articles feel free to suggest them below.


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3 Responses to “Bringing our Guest Blogging Posts Together”

  1. Legal Forms Says:

    Wow! I’m really looking forward to when your site builds up more articles, your list is very comprehensive already. I definately feel blogging will become even more popular in 2009, and I’m just new to blogging myself, so perhaps some beginner articles would be helpful. Thanks

  2. Ray Strobo Says:

    I came across your blog posts on the Internet and was very impressed with your knowledge of blogging and your direct way of communicating ideas and suggestions.

    I am semi-retired –”semi” because my retirement income is not sufficient to support me. I have always been interested in writing (have written articles for a small town newspaper, written and delivered Sunday School lessons, am in the draft stage of a book on the religious beliefs of the Founding Fathers of the United States [unsolicited–no idea where this book project will go], etc.) and hope to use my writing interest and skill to produce supplemental income in my retirement years. I am very interested in Free Lance Writing.

    Your posts seem to indicate that one MUST HAVE his own blog/website in order to maximize his freelance writing opportunities. Is that true ?

    Can you give me some guidance on how to set up a blog ? Where I could go to get advice on this subject ?

    I believe when seeking advice that you should approach people who are successful and competent on the topic in question and so I have come to you. I know that you are busy with your own writing and I appreciate any help or suggestions that you could give to a novice just getting started.


  3. Charles Says:

    Hi Ray - just letting you know that I’ve just sent across an email to you.

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