5 Reasons We Still Love Guest Posts

Lately, I’ve heard from a lot of folks who are thinking of giving up on guest posting. In many ways, I don’t blame them. When you’ve taken the time to get to know a blogger, write a post and don’t get a return, it makes sense to move on to other things.

But before you throw in the towel, I want to share why guest posting continues to be an important part of the strategy for my business and for our clients.

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  • Tara Gentile, Business Strategist for the You Economy

    I’ve got the best PR representation in the business.

    I want my message to reach as many people as possible. With B on my team, I not only feel like I’ve got the best PR representation in the business, I feel like I have two cunning strategists who partner with me on making my message meaningful, relatable, and unforgettable to the right people.

    Tara Gentile, Business Strategist for the You Economy
  • Matt Lindner, Reporter for Chicago Sun-Times & RedEye

    Maggie is head-and-shoulders above any other publicist I’ve worked with.

    Maggie is a talented publicist with a knack for knowing what kinds of storylines resonate with audiences. She and I worked together on a feature story she researched, developed, and pitched to me based on previous stories that I had done. I would wholeheartedly recommend Maggie to any organization looking to improve their media outreach efforts.

    Matt Lindner, Reporter for Chicago Sun-Times & RedEye
  • Danielle LaPorte, Author, The Desire Map

    We’re so grateful to have had your mindful approach to promotion on The Desire Map campaign.

    You helped us look at every angle and to make choices that really fit with what we stand for. You’re a class act.
    Photo: Catherine Just

    Danielle LaPorte, Author, The Desire Map