Free Guest Recruiting Blog Article Content Exchange ServiceMay 01, 2013 by Steven Rothberg
Do you want to attract more visitors to your career site but don’t have the budget for a big advertising or public relations campaign? No problem. We’re always looking for some great, new guest bloggers. Guest blogging is a great way of getting more exposure for yourself, your thoughts, and your content. You do this through thought-leadership, by sharing know-how, and by being active within the on-line community.
One of the best ways to attract more visitors to your web site is by increasing the number of visitors who find you in search engines like Google and Yahoo. How do you increase the number of visitors? Make your website come up higher in the results. One of the most effective ways of making your site come up higher in the search results is to increase the number of links to your site. And one of the most effective ways of doing that is to submit guest blog articles to high traffic sites such as CollegeRecruiter.com.
We’ll review your article (or video, infographic, or other content) and, if it is a good fit for the students, recent graduates, schools, and employers who use our niche job board, then we’ll run your article at no charge. So if you have career-related content that you feel will be of interest to our readers, then send it over. But be sure that the title and body of the article are free of anything which could be construed as self-promotional. In other words, if your guest blog or other content reads like a sales pitch then we won’t publish it. That said (written?), definitely feel free to include a link or otherwise toot your own horn at the end of the article, blog, infographic, video, or other content because our readers will want to know who created the content and how to connect with you. And Google, Bing, and the other search engines will want to follow that link to your site and boost your site’s rankings.
Oh, in addition to our readers seeing your article, we’ll also send your content to the more than 100,000 people who follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+. We automatically push out our headlines through those leading social media sites and many of our followers end up sharing the headlines to their followers. Twitter calls that a re-tweet, but that’s another story for another day. The more interesting your title and article, the more shares and click throughs you’ll generate and the more you generate the more traffic and search engine love we’ll send to you.
What do I mean by search engine love? Well, Google, Bing, and the other search engines always want to send their users to sites which are the most likely to have the answers for which the searchers are, well, searching. The more authoritative and relevant your site, the higher in the search rankings your site will appear. And the more links to your site from high traffic, authoritative sites like CollegeRecruiter.com, the more the search engines will look upon your site as being authoritative and relevant.
Sound good? We think so. What’s the catch? None. Everybody wins. We get more content and hopefully some really good content. You get in front of our readers and some search engine ranking juice. And it doesn’t cost you or us anything other than a few minutes of time.
Ready to proceed? Excellent. Please email your article to our staff writer, William Frierson at William@CollegeRecruiter.com. Thanks!
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