Are you a Home Improvement & DIY blogger, or do you want to share your experiences with parenting, beauty, food, travel, lifestyle, tools, furniture or accessories?
Why contribute to Sapana House?
- You can help others with your experiences
- Your contents will be shared on our social media channels (if applicable) (Website/Facebook/Youtube/Instagram)
- Get promote links (1 do follow/article) and referral traffics to your website/blog
What Should I Write About?
We accept all the Products Reviews, Buying Guides, How To and Experience Sharing content about the topics above, you can even suggest new topics/categories.
Just register an account and submit your articles. You can do it immediately.
Any standard for my articles to be fit on Sapana House?
Yes, we have some ideas about an acceptant standard as below.
- Unique & Informative is a MUST
- Adding values to our (your and our) readers
- At least 700 words length fluently English without any errors.
How I Submit The Post?
We will review, give feedback or modify the content (if needed), then public to sapanahouse.com.
Ready to submit your articles? Just do it now!
- Please note that we have the right to publish or reject any content you submit.
- Always keep in mind that “What you give is what you get“, the high quality contribution you give, the high quality backlinks you get.
We quote here the guide for guest blogging of Brian Dean from Backlinko.com for those who are ready to submit your articles.
You can read the full guideline here.
Now you need to actually send them something.
Here’s how to do it…
My Patented “2 Tier System”
There are only so many hours in a day.
You can’t write a 3000-word ultimate guide for every site out there.
That’s why you should separate your targets into two tiers:
Tier 1: These are the top 10-20 undisputed authority sites in your niche. Sites that you can name off the top of your head. Sites you actually visit, read and follow.
Tier 2: Tier 2 sites that are blogs that are acceptable enough to warrant a high quality guest post. But they’re not big enough to spend a week writing mind-blowing content for.
With that, let’s cover what to send Tier 1 and Tier 2 sites.
Tier 1 Content
Content for tier 1 sites should be as good or better than what you post on your own blog.
I’m talking mind blowing pillar content that forces the hand of the site owner to hit “publish”.
Content that changes minds, sparks conversation, and spurs action.
Content that could appear on the homepage of Life Hacker or The Huffington Post.
Remember: Authority sites are authorities because they only post quality stuff. Period.
And they’re not going to drop their standards just because you commented on their site a few times.
You really need to bring it. Here’s how…
Here are 4 things you need to include in your Tier 1 guest post content:
1. Send a System: If you look the best content on any site you’ll notice that they have one thing in common:
They lay out a complete step-by-step system for reaching an outcome.
Why? Systems have a MUCH higher perceived value than a set of random tips.
For example, with my Buffer guest post, I showed people the exact stepsI used to increase my blog’s conversion rate by 134%:
That way, people could follow the steps from the post… and improve their conversion rate.
No theory. No BS. Just a step-by-step process that anyone could follow.
2. Length is Strength: Longer articles have a higher perceived value than short posts.
That’s why I shoot for AT LEAST 2500 words for tier 1 sites.
For example, my Buffer post is a staggering 2,993 words.
But as you can see, this isn’t a bunch of fluff. It’s 2,993 words of insanely actionable content:
3. Custom Screenshots, Flowcharts and Images: Include lots of screenshots and other visuals. These help you stand out… and adds lots of meaty value to the post.
As you can see, I made sure to include A TON of screenshots in my Buffer guest post.
4. Internal Links: Internal links are GREAT for SEO. So make sure to link to some of the site’s other content in your guest post.
This shows that went the extra mile to make your guest post as valuable as possible.
For example, I linked to a handful of other posts on the Buffer blog:
Yes, it took some extra effort to find posts from their blog to link to. But in the end, it showed the Buffer team that I actually cared.
Tier 2 Content
Tier 2 sites deserve some love too.
If they’re on your list of targets, the blog must have something going for them.
While I don’t go crazy for these sites…I still send something of value.
It just isn’t quite as amazing as the stuff I send Tier 1 sites.
Step #5: Follow Up
Here are some things I do to get the most from every guest post:
1. Actively Respond to Comments: Don’t post and run. Take the time to respond to people’s comments as they roll in. In fact, I usually leave a comment to show everyone that I’m hanging out to answer comments:
Then, I do my best to reply to all comments that come in within the first 48 hours:
2. Promote Your Guest Post On Social Media:
This is a win-win-win: The site you guest posted on gets some traffic. And you shared something of value with your community.
3. Send a Thank You Note: I usually send Tier 1 sites a quick follow up email letting them know I appreciated the opportunity. Again: this is something that no one does. So this little thank you note really helps you stand out. It also keeps the line open for the next time you want to guest post on their site.
4. Blog Comment Bonanza: Like I mentioned way back in Step #1, I’ll sometimes reach out to people that commented on my guest post… and ask to publish a guest post on their site.