I like Matthew Crowder’s guest posts, I’m sure my readers feel the same way and all in all, I’m happy with the results of my guest blogging experiment thus far.
Therefore, I’m thinking about accepting one more “regular” and the guidelines haven’t changed:
I’m not interested in general posts about how to choose a good domain or stuff like that, there are already plenty of those. I’m interested in your story and it doesn’t have to be anything spectacular like making a gazillion dollars in 3 days.
Maybe some of you went from being complete beginners to quitting your job. Others are happy with earning a steady part-time income. Maybe you have an interesting story to share about one of your sales and so on.
Those are the types of guest posts I’m looking for.
And of course, I’m sure you’re wondering what’s in it for you.
At the end of the post, you can pitch your website, your service or a domain that you want to sell.
So something like “This post has been written by John Smith, the owner of YourWebsite.com, where you can find…”, you get the point.
If that sounds good, shoot me an email at email@example.com and let me know what topic you’d like to write about. After I confirm by replying, you can start writing the post and send it to me via email after it’s finished.
Again, your first post should basically be about your evolution as a domainer, the other ones can be about other topics but the initial one should be about you so that DomainingTips.com readers can find out who you are and what you can put on the table in terms of expertise.