This is a complete guide on how to write an effective post for DLT Beauty. Write amazingly good content and quickly build a name for yourself. Writing on other sites is one of the best techniques for getting more and more loyal readers. Real posts drive real traffic.
What Is DLT Beauty Looking for?
We are thrilled to send lots of traffic to people with interesting ideas, especially for up-and-coming bloggers.
If your post is simply a rehashed old point, it’s dead in the water.
Here’s What We Actually Want:
- Original content that tells our readers something new. It is simply the most important.
- Posts that are backed up by research, charts, data, and expert quotes, not your own opinion. It’s easy to write what you think. It’s much harder to produce data that can back up an argument.
- You need to give substantive, relevant, detail, informative and long discussion. You have to tell a story. Short posts usually will get rejected (under 1500 words).
- You should make an engagement with the readers through the post already published on our site. Reply to the comments, take part reader’s discussion in the comment section, etc.
- You need to provide related copyright-free images.
Common Mistakes in Writing Posts for Others
- Writing the post before you pitch us. Please send us multiple story ideas, with bullet-pointed sub-points, and let us suggest the best one for our audience.
- Not sending writing samples. Bloggers are lazy and risk-averse. I don’t want to invest a bunch of time in back-and-forth email exchanges if the end result turns out to be a crappy post that we can’t use, and we don’t want to disappoint you by saying “no” after you put your efforts. If you don’t have writing samples, get some by posting on smaller blogs. Always include writing samples, preferably ones written on other blogs. So, we can see whether your writing style is a good fit.
- Limiting yourself to articles in your domain. There’s no reason to. Our site isn’t just about lip care, it is all about beauty, skincare, and cosmetics.
- Submitting trite linkbait (content designed to attract attention and encourage those viewing it to create hyperlinks to the site, with the aim of improving the site’s position on the list of results returned by a search engine).
- Making the blog post all about your opinion. Nobody cares about you. Use research, charts, and expert quotes to back up your argument, and create an interesting thesis.
- Underestimating how long it takes to write a post. A 1500-word content takes more than 20 hours to make it user-friendly.
- Including your affiliate or sales page links. Just don’t do it.
- Making me do additional work. When you submit the final post, it should be fully ready to be inserted into my CMS and it will just magically work. This means you should write your byline, format your post, no grammatical errors, correct upper case & lower case sensitiveness, add images to the email, and make it 100% ready to go.
Steps to Writing a Post on a High-Traffic Blog
- Read that blog. Leave several thoughtful comments, so they can get to know you.
- Have your own blog. This isn’t necessary, but most of our past posters have their own blog.
- Send us a quick note with your pitch, post sample, content ideas, etc.
The Result of a Great Post
There are tangible and intangible results of effective posts. The first is traffic, but most importantly, it’s targeted traffic of people who care about hearing what you have to say. Next, you build relationships with bloggers, who’ll be far more likely to run future posts of yours. Third, you start to become better-known in your community whether it’s beauty, skincare, cosmetics, fitness, or lifestyle. As you build a reputation, this intangible result becomes increasingly important.
Specific Points to Follow
- 100% unique, fresh, and creative content. We pass every content through CopyScape.
- Minimum 1500-word article.
- 2 no-follow links are allowed (one in bio and another in article).
- DLT Beauty will be the only sole owner of the content after allowing to publish. You cannot use it on other blogs. We maintain DMCA or Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
- Will be spot rejected the spinning, rewritten or rehashed content.
- Send your short biography (within 30 words) and a modest photo to add to the bio section.
- Provide your social media profiles to add to your authorship.
What We Can Do in the Post
- We can edit the post.
- We can add affiliate links (as we do it).
What to Pay?
We charge $10 for every article to post on our site. Please, check our DA and if you don’t want to pay, don’t bother us.
Ready To Submit A Post?
Please, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and put “Guest Post Idea” in the subject line.