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Guest posting has become a hot topic recently so I wanted to show you how to automate and manage your campaigns with my personal process.

The actual process of guest posting is quite lengthy and it can be very difficult to keep track of even if your only dealing with a few targets nevermind when your trying to deal with thousands.

This tutorial takes all of the hard work out of guest posting and makes it as quick and efficient as possible.

What You Will Learn

  1. How to find thousands of guest post targets
  2. How to filter your guest post target database effectively
  3. How to contact all of them in a couple of clicks
  4. How to sweeten the deal
  5. How to track & manage your guest posting

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WARNING: Steal Your Competitors Search Rankings, Traffic & Income

Resources In The Video

Link Assistant FREE TRIAL – It’s main purpose is to find recipricoal link partners which sucks. I use it to automate and manage my guest post campaigns with a few tweaks.

SEO Powersuite FREE TRIAL – This has a huge range of uses and includes a few pieces of software. You get RankTracker (the best rank tracking software imo), Website Auditor (great for checking onsite issues), SEO Spyglass (download competitor backlinks) and LinkAssistant It is an essential suite of SEO tools that everyone should have in their arsenal.

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Guest posting on high quality websites is a huge topic of late. I will show you how I manage and automate it in an efficient way so you get the most value out of your guest post.

I will teach you how to:

  • Find target websites for guest posting
  • Search and filter through the resulting database
  • Automate contacting your targets
  • Create the best proposal
  • Keep track of your guest posts

Process of Guest Posting

There’s a few steps that goes into guest posting. Typically the process goes something like this:

  1. Locate websites that are looking for guest posts
  2. Contact the owner by email for details
  3. Discuss the nature of your intended guest post
  4. Waiting period until the post is published
  5. Keep track of the statistics and results of your post
  6. Create a list of guest posting partners

Using SEO Powersuite

There is a way you can modify Link Assistant in SEO Powersuite to manage your guest posts instead of link exchanges.

linkassistant

In the columns, you can see my Partner Domains available for contact, the rank of the website, email address and status of the post. On the right most column, I have some guest posts sent, some are live, and some I have gotten a response.

emailreplies

When you click the Email tab, you can see all the details for the email correspondence including date, sender, and what their response is.

So you can see that Link Assistant manages your emails in an organized way so you can easily see who you’ve contacted, who you’ve written for and who is waiting.

Setting Up a New Project

Let’s get started on a new project. I’ll show you how to tweak Link Assistant to make it work for managing your guest post database.

So first, go up to File and click on New project. Enter in your URL and it’ll go and collect some data.

newproject

Enter in your name and email address that you want to be using for contacting other websites for guest posts. After you finished that, go to Preferences, Proxy Settings and click Proxy Rotation.

Remember to import your private proxies.

proxy1

Next step is to select Email Client under Email Management. This is where we put in our server details and it’s important to figure out what details to enter depending on how many posts you want to send.

If you are thinking about sending out a bunch of guest posts in one day, say a hundred, then I suggest using a Yahoo or Hotmail account and using their outgoing mail servers. If you plan on sending only a couple of emails a day, then you can enter in your website’s contact email address with those incoming mail settings.

emailreplies

The reason why I advise doing this is that when you’re sending out so many email requests in one day, it’s better to take advantage of Hotmail’s SMTP servers instead.

After you fill in the details, click Test Connection to make sure everything is good to go!

Finding Guest Posts

Now we’re ready to look for some websites to guest post on.

  • Click Search
  • Select Find sites by keyword
  • Check the enable expert options box.

findsites

Click Next and in the following box, enter your keywords you’re searching for. One footprint I suggest using is “write for us” a common one used by websites accepting guest posts.

The next step asks you to select your search engines. I just choose Google and uncheck the rest of the choices.

Step 4 asks you to Configure Scan Depth Limits. Now you can choose for no limit at all or choose a specified number of potential partners. I’m going to leave it at 10 so it doesn’t take forever to find results.

Skip Interested Partner Filters and then the next options can be all left at default except for the last. Make sure to check the box to get complete URLs.

Almost done! Step 7 lets you set the ranking factors with a bunch of different preferred filtering options. I like to see the domain rank since I’m looking to get a link from a high ranking page so you can set the domain and page rank, popularity and Alexa rank as you choose.

Click Next and it’ll go and fetch all of the websites that fit our criteria we just put in.

ULRresults

After it has finished completing the list, click Select all, Next and then Finish. Now you have a nice list of potential linking partners and websites to guest post on!

Sorting Through the Website List

The list will come up and you can see it’s organized all nicely with the domain, backlink page, contact name, email, and status all in there.

potentialpartners

Let’s sort our list a bit more. Go up to the settings cog on the right corner and select Show All under Workspaces. Click Edit and you can choose to filter by domain page rank and the Alexa rank.

filter

Once you finished that, make sure to remove any websites that don’t have a contact email since it’ll be useless to us if we can’t email the owner.

Email Template

To create a template for your guest post emails, go to Preferences, Email Management, Edit Email Templates and click Add with the green plus to create a template.

emailtemplate

Next, you need to name your template, add the subject and then type in your body text. I’ve included a pre-prepared template for you to use that you can download below the video. This template is designed to give you an idea of what you should be saying so you should edit it to make it your own.

This includes an introduction, recognition of their guest post preferences and an offer of a 100% original high quality guest post written by you.

Something extra that I offer for is 25 Facebook likes and tweets to promote the guest post. I use Fiverr to get the social media shares and you can find some that also throw in a couple Stumbles or Diggs so this is another incentive to make my offer even more irresistible!

What the Email Process Looks Like

To understand how the whole process works, I’m going to change the email contact information for one of our targets so our email will go to our own inbox so we can see how it is for both parties.

Right click on any name and choose Edit Link Partner. Where the box says Partner Email, I’m going to change it to the one I’m using.

So let’s just go and select the one we changed, click Email, paste our template and click Send.

request

Once the email has gone through, check your inbox and the email should be there. This is what it looks like for both parties during the email process.

Sending Out Bulk Emails

If you have a huge list of partners, you can easily email all of them at once by repeating the same steps. Select all, click Email and send out the template.

Say you have a list of a thousand potential guest post partners. One thing to help the bulk email process is by delaying emails. Go up to Preferences, Email Management, Email client settings and click the Mail Management tab.

There is a box where you can check to send out emails with delays so you can change it to 30 seconds between each email for example.

delayemail

Status

After you’ve gone and send out all your emails, we need to change the status to keep track. Select your list, right click and choose Update Multiple Partners and Status.

status

We can add in “guest post response” “guest post request sent” and “guest post live” to make it easier for us to keep track of our progress. Once you send out your emails or get a response, remember to change the status updates so you don’t forget which ones you’ve sent, which ones you’ve gotten a response and things like that.

As soon as your guest post is live, you can Edit your link partner information again, click on the Backlink tab and enter the URL of your now live guest post. Change the status to “guest post live” and hit update.

liveguestpost

On the main page with the list of all your partners, you can see that the status is changed and the URL is shown so you can see right off the bat what posts are live, etc. Link Assistant makes it nice and simple to keep track of all your guest post contacts!

Importing Targets with Scrapebox

There is a way to use Scrapebox to create a target list and filter through them.

scrapebox

Enter in the keywords you’re looking for and I also included my footprints which you can download under the video. Click Start Harvesting and Scrapebox will go and look for targets.

Once it comes back with a list, click Export URL List and copy it to the clipboard. Head back over to Link Assistant and go to File, Import, Plain text and paste in your list.

scrapeboxlink

Check the expert options box and click Next. Check the get complete URLs box in the next window and everything else at default. You can go and filter through again by rank like we did before or add in some other factors.

After it’s done searching, select all and click Next. Now we have a brand new list of targets imported from Scrapebox.

scrapeboxtargetlist

Like we did earlier, go through and remove one without an email address, sort by ranking or go ahead and email all of them.

One thing to take note of is if you are using a Hotmail or Yahoo email account with the outgoing SMTP servers and sending out hundreds or thousands of emails, your account might be banned.

Make sure to sent up the incoming mail setting so even if you get responses to the banned email address, they will be sent to your contact email.

Guest Posting Made Easy

That’s all there is to it! By using Link Assistant, you can easily keep record of all your guest posts and the email process. If you want to try it out, there is a free trial you can download.

Link Assistant is included in the SEO Powersuite package which is another powerful tool to do SEO audits, backlink analysis and track rankings.

I highly recommend it as I use it everyday.

Resources In The Tutorial

Link Assistant FREE TRIAL – It’s main purpose is to find recipricoal link partners which sucks. I use it to automate and manage my guest post campaigns with a few tweaks.

SEO Powersuite FREE TRIAL – This has a huge range of uses and includes a few pieces of software. You get RankTracker (the best rank tracking software imo), Website Auditor (great for checking onsite issues), SEO Spyglass (download competitor backlinks) and LinkAssistant It is an essential suite of SEO tools that everyone should have in their arsenal.

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110 Responses

  1. Will
    2.19.2013

    Hey,

    Love you videos thanks for providing them

    I just wondered do you do this on your main pc or do you use a VPS/separate PC just for SEO stuff ?

    Thanks

    • February 19th, 2013 at 6:52 pm

      Hi,

      I have a couple of slave link building boxes here that I just RDP into but recently outgrew them so had to get a VPS.

      • August 29th, 2013 at 1:29 am

        ^ That’s the way to go for most beginners: make yourself an “SEO Box” (which is what I recently did). Basically, I’ve put together a computer that will take barely any electricity, be super fast (SSD Drives for OS/Software), and have a ton of memory. I can either split these into VMs or use the box with OS on it straight up. Basically i’m hooking this thing into an internet connection in my office and it runs 24/7 doing anything I need while rotating IPs every 30 minutes :)

        Set up Dynamic DNS with the router and I can RDP into it from anywhere instantly to tweak/add tasks/etc.

        • September 2nd, 2013 at 7:15 pm

          Wise words :)

        • September 26th, 2013 at 3:14 am

          I want to see the blog with instructions for THAT!! lol!

          • September 26th, 2013 at 9:52 am

            Really? I could put that together. All it is really though is buy/build a computer, install windows, install link building software.

            What other things would you like to see covered in a tutorial like that?

          • February 13th, 2014 at 1:28 am

            Hi Matt,

            A video outlining all the necessary components including software list in creating an ideal computer to carry out all this wonderful advise/videos i am learning from you : )

          • February 13th, 2014 at 9:05 am

            Well that depends on what you want to do. There is no universal answer to that

  2. Peter
    2.20.2013

    When guest posting does the content need to be spun, varied?

  3. willinabox
    3.12.2013

    Again – an excellent tutorial

    Why do you think guest posts will lose their linkbuilding value in the future? How is this any different from buying posts/links on a paid link network?

    You also mentioned that web 2.0’s will be deindexed in the future (which I can’t imagine why they wouldn’t be)

    So at this point, do you think the long term plan is solely hand built web 2.0’s lol?

    Sorry for the broad question

    -Will

    • March 12th, 2013 at 9:56 am

      Hi,

      Because Matt Cutts says so. Guest posting will still be viable and a great method to manipulate author rank though.

      Web 2.0s wont be deindexed but they will be devalued for the most part they are 1 page pieces of s*** that make no sense. The reason why is because when you have being doing this for a while your aware of the annual trend of ‘everyones doing this’ then Google kills it, then everyone will do something else instead. Used to be reciprocal links back in the day, blog comments/forum profiles not so long ago and blog networks more recently.

      Just natural evolution of the cat and mouse game we play with Google.

      • August 29th, 2013 at 1:31 am

        It just doesn’t make sense to me that Guest Posts would lose value… To me, Guest posts make sense (especially if you can plug your authorship link into it!). What you can also do is *quality* seo campaigns for the guest posts that you write; the owner of the site will see rankings from your post and possibly ask you to do another guest post.

        • September 2nd, 2013 at 7:14 pm

          Well its like every link building technique, it makes sense logically but people abuse it to hard so it has to die

          • February 5th, 2014 at 11:44 pm

            Do you think Private Blog Networks will be devalued?

            Am not talking about the big networks that have been de indexed but private personal networks.

          • February 7th, 2014 at 11:12 am

            No – unless you get caught/reported

            When Google says a big network has been deindexed its usually a lie, eg SAPE. Same when they claimed ALN was dead – I used it for another 6 months when everyone was terrified of using it which was fine by me. I still had a powerful weapon everyone else was too scared to pick up again.

  4. willinabox
    3.12.2013

    Also – can you run this with the free trial? I think you need the full version because you can’t save stuff. But from what I heard it might be time to pony up for the software.

    • March 12th, 2013 at 9:56 am

      To be honest I dont know what the limits of the trial are with LinkAssistant =\ Owned it for a few years now lol

  5. willinabox
    3.12.2013

    EHHH sorry for spamming questions again :)

    What do you think about backlinking your guest posts and treating them as tier 1 links.

    -Will

    • March 13th, 2013 at 11:16 am

      Hi,

      Its more what does the person who allowed you to publish your guest post think about you spamming their site with links

  6. 3.17.2013

    Hi Matthew,
    Could u pls suggest from where i can download ur personal footprint file which u mention on ur video.

  7. Jose
    3.20.2013

    Hello Matthew
    I was wondering, are you planning on doing a tutorial on how to properly use the new BuzzBundle software from Link-Assistant

    Thanks

  8. 3.22.2013

    Hey, thanks for the tut. I’m still new to this guest posting and this tutorial esp the video really makes managing guest post really easy. Will take a look at the software and take action.

  9. Francesco
    3.24.2013

    Great tutorial Matt!

    Please how do you hide your links for templates and resources? Is it a plugin?

  10. WekeelelaxDax
    4.10.2013

    Hey everyone,
    New to the forum and wanted to say hi!
    Hoping to be a useful member.
    Thanks!

  11. 4.25.2013

    This looks like it would really be helpful for getting out guest posts.
    Do you hire freelance writers to produce your guest content or do you write it yourself?

    • April 25th, 2013 at 8:41 am

      Hi,

      Depends on the site/niche but yes freelance writers are used when required.

  12. Razvan
    4.28.2013

    Hey man, great tutorial! I just have a small problem!

    I can’t seem to get the email setup, for example:

    I tried Gmail, but they temporarily blocked me for sending too many emails (more than 100), I then tried Hotmail, but they keep telling me to login to prevent spam and after I login it still doesn’t work, I then tried Aol and with this one I can send mails but I don’t receive them in linkassistant. Finally I tried Yahoo, but I need to have the yahoo plus option so I can receive the mails in linkassistent.
    I checked and rechecked your video and you say that you usually use a disposable Hotmail account as the outgoing server and for the incoming, you use your real mail. I tried this as well but the responses I receive, I get them on the disposable mail instead of the real email account. Do I need to setup some forwarding stuff in the disposable mail?

    If you can please help me with this I would be forever in your debt :)

    Cheers!
    Razvan

    • May 9th, 2013 at 9:27 am

      Hi,

      I’ll be honest my knowledge of how to use SMTP in this way is limited – you’ll probably get better advice from BHW.

      But you should defo be receiving replies so make sure your settings are matching in the video.

      Also you can change one of the email addresses of the sites your checking to one you control to ‘simulate’ the process and check things are working as they should.

      Post a screenshot of your mail settings?

  13. Kc mouli
    5.1.2013

    Hi Matthew,
    Nice post, not sure where the email template is located, can you post a link or direct me to it, thanks, much appreciated

  14. James
    5.29.2013

    Hi Matthew, very informative videos. I think I’ve viewed them all at this stage.
    Two questions if thats ok.
    1. When scraping for the websites, how do you find the ones related to your niche? Surely you must pull up wedding blogs, and dog training etc.
    2. How do you get the animated banner to appear periodically on your videos?

    Many thanks for your time.

  15. Oliver Sherrington
    7.17.2013

    Another top quality tutorial. Pleased to say that I already have Powersuite, and have not really used link assistant because it was so heavily tailored towards reciprocal linking. Glad to be able to get some value out of it at last!

    • July 22nd, 2013 at 8:02 am

      Cheers Oliver – yeah pretty useless tool these days unless using it for outreach!

  16. 8.8.2013

    Hi Matthew – what % of positive responses have you typically received if doing a campaign of say100 targets? If you get a 10% uptake that means you have to come up with 10 guest posts that you have promised will be unique, speaking to their audience etc! Does your VA handle this?

    Also, I recently named your blog as one of the “the-6-most-actionable-seo-blogs-for-link-building-and-traffic-generation”

    If your cool with that, I would be grateful if you could tweet it out http://bit.ly/14zalbO to your legion of fans!

    Best
    Simon

    • August 13th, 2013 at 3:58 pm

      Hi Simon,

      I don’t really take the time to measure that when I can just send out more requests.

      With the guest posts themselves, well sourcing content is pretty easy 😛

  17. Andy
    9.6.2013

    Hello Matthew
    Can you give me a copy of your footprint in vedio? I need it.
    Thank you in advance.

  18. 10.31.2013

    Your tutorials are just fantastic and you dont leave anything out of them. I love them.
    Do you have a complete tutorial on all the different things that you can do with scrapebox? I know there is a lot you can do with that tool, but it is very complex to use correctly. Would appreciate any help you can provide on scrapebox that you do?
    thanks

  19. Syed Anwar
    12.6.2013

    I have just recently started reading your blog and in av ery short time have begun to love your posts. They are absolutely remarkable, to say the least. I love the details you go into. Again a superb tutorial here.

    You have a new blog fan in me.

    Regards,
    Syed Anwar

    • December 6th, 2013 at 10:35 am

      Thanks Syed :)

      • Syed Anwar
        December 8th, 2013 at 5:59 am

        You are sure to see more of me on your blog. I just wish you posted with more frequency.

        By the way I want to purchase advertising on your blog sidebar. Have a couple of services and not sure which one would be best suited to your audience. Any way I can discuss this with you?

        Feel free to drop me an email.

  20. 12.28.2013

    Interesting video Matthew. Seems like there would be a software that would be more dedicated to this task. I have heard of guestposthunter but based on the demo video I saw I cant tell what features it has for tracking. I would have never figured out how to do this in link assistant without this step by step video you provided. Thanks a lot.

    Do you know if link assistant can track all the back and forth communication that is sometimes needed during guest posting? What I mean is I can see in your video you can send the messages and see the replies from the people you sent mail too, but sometimes it might require several of these back and forth to finalize a post, is this something that is easy to manage/track and see all activity for a single post within the link assistant software?

    • December 29th, 2013 at 5:43 pm

      Hi,

      Well there are lots of ways you can use this software I just decided to apply it for guest posting.

      In terms of the tracking, thats up to you to keep it updated

  21. 1.21.2014

    What’s your thoughts on this now Matt?

    • January 21st, 2014 at 10:18 pm

      I might post something detailed tomorrow. But in essence, if your going about scammy bulk guest posting with low quality stuff. Your going to get caught.

      There is no way for Google to detect this on scale with an algo when done right.

  22. 2.5.2014

    Can we use IBP instead of LinkAssistant?

    • February 5th, 2014 at 8:53 am

      It has a similar function to I’m guessing you could work out a way to do it

  23. 2.25.2014

    Hi Matt,

    Is it possible to do this through Google? Also would you recommend setting up your own guest blogs?

    Thanks

    Rob

    • February 26th, 2014 at 9:17 am

      Hi,

      You can always do things manually, just takes 10 times longer!

  24. 3.9.2014

    hello…
    for the love of life I do not see any download link for the guest post template…

    but the tutorial was good…

    can you send me template I can sample from to email..

    thank you in advance…

  25. 4.7.2014

    Hi Matthew,Congrats on your tutorials they are really helpful for all of us.
    I have a question can Link-Assistant be used for targeting blogs does it have a plugin similar to Scrapebox function.thanks

  26. 4.17.2014

    Hi Matthew. Another great tutorial…thx.

    Any idea when your “build is website for 100 bucks” will come out? Tried looking here but no info.

    Thanks again

    • April 18th, 2014 at 9:54 am

      I have put it on the back burner as moving country takes up a bunch more time than I expected =\

  27. 5.28.2014

    Matthew, quick note that Leadplayer is off the market since october 2013. You have an link underneath each video. The sales page is up, but cant actually buy it.

  28. 7.2.2014

    Awesome tutorial like always.

    Let me ask, If I send 10 emails everyday and make high quality guest posting, using proxies and everything, google CAN’T penalize me, right? (This logic can be used to Private Blog Network?)

    Thanks!

    • Lucas
      July 2nd, 2014 at 2:34 pm

      Sorry, I forgot one question.

      My main site is actually a technology news and information website, do you think if I copy and past one article for a guest post this will be low quality and getting penalised?

      Thanks.

      • July 2nd, 2014 at 9:15 pm

        Do you mean take an article from your site and publish it somewhere else?

        • Lucas
          July 3rd, 2014 at 2:00 am

          Yes, because I already have the articles, but I guess this have to be original content for the guest posting.

          • July 3rd, 2014 at 5:10 pm

            Well you can syndicate the articles no problem, but if you want to do it for links/ranks then I would use uniques

    • July 2nd, 2014 at 9:14 pm

      Yes of course they can, they can penalise you for any kind of link you build

      • July 3rd, 2014 at 2:04 am

        Ok, they can, but they actually do? Because almost every SEO build backlinks, I want to know how to build that with “low risk”. It’s possible.

        Thank you very much.

        • July 3rd, 2014 at 5:09 pm

          Yes it happens every day and especially when they do an update

          • July 3rd, 2014 at 5:17 pm

            What I can’t understand is what Google do with natural backlinks?

            I never builded any kind of backlinks, but I have a good amount of “natural backlinks” for my website.

            By the way, and if I start building a lot of backlinks for my competitors, they can be penalised? w** google is broken lol

            Thanks for answering all my questions like always, sorry I’m kinda of new here :p

          • July 6th, 2014 at 11:14 pm

            Hi,

            Yeah everything you said is correct!

  29. Mikel Ben
    7.30.2014

    Thanks for a very informative sharing. Can this method be implemented for a new site?

  30. Martin McGarry
    8.6.2014

    Hi sorry to pitch in on this topic but I can’t find what I’m looking for and the search keeps coming up with this article… do you have any advice or an article on being the recipient of guest posting.

    For example opening up your WP blog for SEO tools to access or choosing a party of selective authors… What are the responsibilities of blog owner when allowing guest posting or automated posting… Can you create a website that builds up domain authority if you allow free and easy guest posting – all those kinds of questions

    thanks

    • August 12th, 2014 at 8:30 pm

      Yes you can do that just use your head, publish quality content and your good to go!

  31. 11.6.2014

    Hi Matt,
    Awesome post again. Just wonder why you removed the Social Locker to download your exclusive resources.

    And also how did you manage if were to post to dozens of guest post? Did you outsource the post writing or you manually write them individually – each per site?

    Thanks

    • November 6th, 2014 at 4:07 pm

      I haven’t removed it, its still at the end of the post.

      You can out source them, write them yourself or spin them.

  32. S Lutena
    11.19.2014

    Hi Matthew Woodward, I really appreciated your free software even I’ve not tried it, (but today I want). But really I was very happy to download it. Now I ready to spy my competitor 😀

  33. Sandra Gomes
    12.4.2014

    Thanks Matthew for posting this great article, your posted video is also helpful. I will hope this software is really helps me a lot.

  34. Michelle Lapointe
    2.11.2015

    Do you still use these tools two years later?

    Ty for the post!
    Michelle

    • February 11th, 2015 at 12:42 pm

      I don’t do any guest posting at the moment (I keep my content on my own blog) but the approach/strategy is still sound.

  35. 2.21.2015

    Matthew, great tutorial but this method doesn’t comply with CAN-SPAM laws and that’s why tools like Pitchbox and BuzzStream are still around and in use.

    If you could come up with a method that includes the necessary CAN-SPAM features like unsubscribe, that would be great.

    • February 21st, 2015 at 7:44 am

      There is no subscription therefore there is no need to unsubscribe because well, there is nothing to unsubscribe from.

      No different to filling out someones contact form

      • February 21st, 2015 at 2:32 pm

        Matthew, I see what you’re saying and contact forms don’t abide by the same laws, but with this method the emails are harvested.

        “A message cannot be sent to a harvested email address”
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CAN-SPAM_Act_of_2003

        This method would comply by the CAN-SPAM laws if and only if it had the unsubscribe function, as well as if the email sender included some identifying business/contact information.

        • February 22nd, 2015 at 10:36 am

          While I’m not qualified to say one way or the other from what I understand that doesn’t apply B2B only B2C and secondly that is a USA law, not a global one.

          • Will McDonald
            March 3rd, 2015 at 3:11 pm

            lol your a BEAST!

  36. Twinkle Parekh
    3.3.2015

    Guest posting is a good tool to get quality backlinks, but I think it is very selective affair to build links through guest posting

  37. Hi Matt, that's a great creative review! Most of us view LinkAssistant as an outdated tool, and you make it shine with new colors – software to manage guest blogging. Thank you, I'm sure your unique strategy will be helpful for many bloggers.

  38. Robert Kirk
    9.26.2012

    Another spot on Video tutorial, looking forward to seeing more come soon. Its good to see things the actually work.

  39. Anonymous
    9.27.2012

    this is sweet! just what I was looking for. thanks buddy.

  40. 10.14.2012

    What's the point of having a list of 1000 guest posting sites? There is no way someone can make that many articles. Blast guest sites with spun contents? I don't think so.

  41. Igor
    1.7.2013

    Hi Matthew, I saw your tutorial and I think it`s great. However I have an issue….

    When I try to search for inurl I got this error each time:

    http://img69.imageshack.us/img69/66/powersuiterror.jpg

    and this is happen only when I enable expert option.
    any clue what can cause this ?

    Thanks

  42. Lorna Smith
    9.26.2012

    goin just tell me how to do it after you've checked the tutorial, please

  43. 10.2.2012

    Thanks Robert!

  44. 10.2.2012

    Lorna, I have no idea what that means :)

  45. Robert Kirk
    10.2.2012

    Hi Matthew, her message was meant for me :)

  46. 10.2.2012

    No worrys :)

    Feel free to post it on the powersuite/link assistant blog ^^

  47. 10.2.2012

    No worrys, should save you some time and effort =D

  48. 10.14.2012

    Hi,

    Well just because you have 1,000 potential places to submit guest posts doesn't mean you will get 1,000 posts.

    And getting a link via guest blogging is just a cost of doing business – spend $10 on an article and get a link that no one else has.

  49. 10.17.2012

    Yeah cost is very high. Since we can get links from different authority domains it will be a plus point for ranking despite the price.

  50. 10.17.2012

    Not really when you consider the amount of work it can do in one day is more than a human employee could do in a month.

    Automating manual tasks is a cost efficient way of doing business – got to spend money to make money :)

  51. Hi,

    Can you please show me what the error is behind the box

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