How To Write the Perfect Guest Post Pitch (According to Real Editors)

How to Write the Perfect Guest Post Pitch (According to Real Editors)

Being featured in respectable online publications is one of the fastest ways to build credibility as a brand and boost awareness. But how do you write the perfect guest post pitch that's guaranteed to win over the stone cold heart of any editor?

Today, it's extremely important for all businesses to have a strong online presence. One of the tactics used to build your business identity is link building. And as one of the most common link building strategies, blogger outreach also remains one of the most effective ways to build brand authority and improve your SEO, all at the same time.

However, if you want to do blogger outreach properly, first you need to know how to write a perfect guest post pitch. With that in mind, we took the time to research the importance of different pitch elements and then pulled together all our results into an infographic.

Here is one interesting statistic from the survey - 20% of surveyed editors said that 9 out of 10 guest post pitches are so bad that they don't even bother reading them properly.

If you don’t want to see your emails going straight to the recycle bin, take some time to look at our research results and find answers to questions like:

  • What to put in the subject line?
  • What are the most important elements of the pitch?
  • Why do editors reject guest contributors?
  • How do editors feel about emails coming from personal accounts?

Discover all this and more on how to improve the success rate of your outreach campaigns by taking a peek at the infographic below.

 How To Write A Perfect Guest Post Pitch (We Asked 84 Editors)

Author: Deana is an internet marketing specialist at Point Visible digital marketing agency. In her free time, she enjoys listening to music and singing karaoke. Also, her day just can’t start without a hot cup of coffee.

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