#MyBlogGuest Update: Thank You for the Support!!!

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

I'll start by saying that I really appreciate that to happen right during my Pubcon session. I should have been enjoying my time in New Orleans instead of writing this article... Now, to the most important discovery of the day: People are just awesome! I have much more trust in our ...

The Evolution of Google Authorship Rich Snippets

Friday, January 31st, 2014

Google Authorship has been the most intriguing developments in the search industry for the past couple of years. With exciting predictions like one that Google will identify "subject authorities" or another one that author-verified results will be ranked higher, it's obvious that search marketers have been watching it with much anticipation. So ...

[Updated] Guest Blogging, the Fork and My Take :)

Monday, January 20th, 2014

I figured I'd write this article instead of saying it again and again all over the web (because for some reason all people want to hear my opinion!) So, to answer everyone's concerns: MyBlogGuest is NOT going to allow nofollow links or paid guest blogging (even though Matt Cutts seems to ...

MyBlogGuest Growth in 2014 Infographic

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

Last year we started a great tradition: Sharing MyBlogGuest stats with the world. A little bit of history. We shared our 2013 progress in the closing #myblogguest Twitter chat of 2013. Here are some milestones: Google started talking about guest blogging, so we started talking about Google :) We amended our quality ...

How I Got My eBook Reviewed for Free by Dozens of Bloggers (#MyBlogGuest Case Study)

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

Last month MyBlogGuest added a new cool feature: eBooks gallery. It's meant for both amateur and professional (digital) book writers who need to spread a word about their books. It's a most unintrusive outreach method: You don't pitch bloggers anything Instead, you write about your book, upload to the gallery and let blogger ...

Types of Link Removal Requests and Where are We Heading?

Monday, August 19th, 2013

With all those notorious hundreds of thousands of algorithm changes, millions of flags and billions of free testers, Google is helpless. No, I am actually quite serious. There's really only one reason why they started all the removal / disavow craziness: They are helpless. Their algorithms are not working against spam and ...

My Viral Content Buzz Case Study: How to Get Found on the Internet

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

Last year we announced our new kid: Viral Content Buzz. We've been diligently going through (and beyond) the To-Do list since then and even though the project can be considered pretty established now, I still have my wow moments with it. One of them is a little case study of how ...