Linkbuilding using SFGate Blogs

SFGate is a blog initiative from the San Fransisco Chronicle. On SFGate editors from the newspaper and other bloggers can give their opinions on a range of theme's, like sports, food, business and travel. You can submit your own story in two ways.

 

You might browse to the blogs and find a article you would like to comment on. You can send in your vision on the subject on this page. Keep your comment within 200 words to increase the likelihood for being published.

 

You could also write your own article and submit it to SFGate. They allow readers to send in an article every six months. Articles must be kept within 500 words to ensure publication. Submitting your article can be done on this page.

Visit the website: http://www.sfgate.com/blogs/

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Linkbuilding using weblogs or news sites in general

Often you can submit your own story to weblogs or news websites. Bloggers are alway on the look for the next big story, and there is no reason why it should not be yours. Just keep in mind the following guidelines:

  • The owner of the weblog or news website is doing you a favor, so be polite
  • Be the first to bring news or write a truly new perspective on a subject
  • Make sure your story is spell-checked
  • Your story should fit in the general subject of the blog or website
  • Your story must be truly interesting to the audience of the weblog
  • Your text must be aligned with the tone of voice of the weblog

On some weblogs, owners ask money for a promotional blog. It is up to you how much you are willing to spend.


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