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4 Practical Tips for Writing 1 Guest Post Daily

by Ryan Biddulph

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I churned out 1 or more guest posts each day during the past week. Sometimes I wrote 3 guest posts, in addition to posting once to each one of my blogs. I publish. I know the benefits of guest posting.

Imagine publishing a solo ad for a large audience. This technique helps you make money online by leveraging the stuffing out of your presence. Guest posting helps you reach 500, 1,000, 50,000 or 300,000 readers at the click of a button. Write a helpful, informative post. Place on an authority blog. Get published. Reach a huge massive. All for free, unlike a solo ad. Guest posting only requires your time and energy.

Reach a large, targeted audience. Expand your presence. Make money online at a quick clip. Have fun. Make friends.

Churning out 1 guest post daily requires discipline. No excuses. Decide why you wish to write guest posts.

1 – Identify Your Driver Early On

I remember old Ryan. I wrote a batch of guest posts, maybe 8, over the course of 2 or 3 days. I placed the posts. Posts published. I stopped guest posting for weeks, then months. I abandoned a successful internet marketing strategy.


I wrote guest posts to generate opt ins. I wrote guest posts to make money online. If I did not generate a high number of opt ins or dollars within 1 week I quit. Massive mistake.

create value guest postNow I write guest posts to create value for a large audience and make friends with fellow bloggers. This is fun, and since I am motivated to have fun I write at least 1 guest post daily.

Tie your driver to a strong emotion. Perhaps you crave experiencing financial freedom through blogging. Hold the emotion while you write 1 post daily. Hold the emotion if you feel excuses arise from within. Hold the reason why you wish to become prolific to dissolve any excuses your ego attempts to build.

2 –Write 600 to 800 Words Per Post

Stop trying to write the 2000 word masterpiece. Attaching yourself to one guest posts poisons your ability to become prolific. Write 1 guest post daily. Limit word count to 600, 700 or 800 words, unless the blogger requires a higher word count. Be prolific. Churn out an increasing number of quality posts weekly to improve your writing skills.

You can write 1200, 1500 or 2000 word posts, but publishing one 2000 word post per week reduces the number of readers you attract or leads you can generate.

Think abundance. Write 600 word posts daily. Place on a variety of blogs related to your niche. Prosper as you reach an increasing number of individuals daily.

3 – Go Offline

I wrote 2 guest posts within the past 50 minutes. This post is #3. I will wrap it up in 10 minutes. So 60 minutes, 3 guest posts. Not bad. How did I do it? I went offline. Zero distractions.

I sit in a quiet room. 1 guest post idea hits my mind. I write. I write quickly. Not because I rush, but because I transcribe ideas flowing into my mind each moment.

Going offline reduces the 10 to 20 or more distractions tugging at your attention while online.

Turn off your phone. Turn off everything. Place a “do not disturb” sign on your door. Work time. Shut everybody out.

Churn out your guest post.

4 – Keep It Simple

Simple guest posts rock. These posts are easy to write and generate the most leads. Identify a problem. Bloggers complain about having no time to guest post. I write a post providing practical tips to churn out 1 guest post daily.

You can write a post in 20 to 30 minutes tops, if you use each practical tip daily.

Commit to keeping things simple. Write practical posts. Identify problems common to prospects within your target market. I know entrepreneurs hungry to make money online but fearful about writing guest posts. The time excuse arises persistently. I write this post. Quickly.

Your Turn

Do you write guest posts?

How many guest posts do you churn out each week?

Or do you avoid guest posting?

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Former fired security guard and current world traveler, Ryan Biddulph went from having a net worth of 4 cents to generating steady cash flow online while living in tropical paradises like Bali, Phuket and Hoi An. How does he help you burn your credit cards? To find out Click Here

Ryan has written 7 articles at iBlogzone.com

1 Ryan Biddulph April 17, 2013 at 1:32 pm

Francisco, thanks SO much for the opportunity!

2 DiTesco April 17, 2013 at 4:00 pm

It is I who should be thanking you Ryan for your continued contribution. More, more 🙂 Have a great day bud and all the best


Utkarsh Bhatt

April 17, 2013 at 6:18 pm

I think that writing a guest post everyday is not a very good idea. I mean getting links so fast will make Google suspicious for any blog. I have made many blogs over the past few years and have generally posted around 5-8 guest post per month for the blog with great results. I think that this is a safe way to ensure traffic and targeted audience.
This is my way of guest posting, though. Correct me if I am wrong!

4 Ryan Biddulph April 18, 2013 at 12:09 am

Hey thanks for sharing Utkarsh, the way I look at it, if I am doing something exceptional GOOGLE must change for ME lol….;)


Utkarsh Bhatt

April 18, 2013 at 8:39 am

No but on a serious note, do you actually guest post every day? It can become a big hassle if you site gets in Google manual inspection. I am not a noob in SEO, this is why I said it. 🙂

6 Ryan Biddulph April 18, 2013 at 1:47 pm

I write one guest post daily but publish dates vary 😉

7 Gabe Johansson April 17, 2013 at 10:32 pm

Hey Ryan,

You’re taking over the Internet! LOL

But it just goes to show that dedication like yours pays off well.

Lately, I’ve been “lazy” and publishing less content, and working on promoting my older content which has resulted in more leads and sales.

I think both methods work well without a doubt!

Thanks for the great post,
-Gabe Johansson

8 Ryan Biddulph April 19, 2013 at 12:41 am

Cool Gabe! Glad to see that works well for you….it can be an uber effective approach, promoting your old stuff while creating some new stuff. Thanks!

9 Saanvi April 18, 2013 at 11:23 am

Such a timely article, I just did a post about a not-for-profit organisation today! I think keeping it local is great tip, I’m a little over saturated by Sydney fashion week coverage here in Australia so I’m hoping this article will be a breath of fresh air!

10 Ryan Biddulph April 18, 2013 at 1:48 pm

Cool Saanvi and yep, changing gears a bit can make you stand out from the crowd. Thanks!



April 18, 2013 at 11:44 am

Hey Ryan,
Nice post and Yes, Guest posting is best way to get links from other blog and it also helps in promoting our blog and drives more traffic to our blog. I really like the point of go offline as really during online lots of distraction produces. Thanks for sharing this post.

12 Ryan Biddulph April 18, 2013 at 1:49 pm

Agreed on going offline Sudipto 😉 Thanks!

13 Felipe Jose April 18, 2013 at 12:57 pm

I just have to say that I agree with some points and disagree with others. First of all, I don’t like the idea of writing one guest post per day. I really think it is too much; you can do this on you blog instead. Second, I consider 800 words the minimum length for my own blog so I wouldn’t write a shorter guest post because this is when I can build my authority.
But I agree that you don’t need to write a 2000 words article… for me anything from 800 – 1400 is a good length for guest post.
With that said… I still could get value from your analysis. So, thanks for sharing.

14 Ryan Biddulph April 19, 2013 at 12:43 am

Hi Felipe….umm….what is, “too much” lol…I do not understand ;)Thanks for sharing buddy!

15 Jenny April 18, 2013 at 4:41 pm

Thanks for sharing this post Ryan! I’ll be doing my first guest post soon and the tips you have listed here will be very helpful =)

16 Bashir Ahmed April 18, 2013 at 6:25 pm

Hi Ryan,

Interesting nice post, but I’m just confused how do you manage all this, 1 guest per day, lot of comments on other blogs, posting on your own blog, sharing on social media sites, LOL I’m just thrilled!

Well, I’ve not started yet guest posting but very soon I’ll start it because I know the benefits of guest blogging!

Thanks for sharing great post!

17 Ryan Biddulph April 19, 2013 at 12:48 am

Hahaha Bashir yes I AM HUNGRY!!!! LOL…def start guest posting buddy, you will love it! Thanks for sharing!


Joe Hart

April 20, 2013 at 8:35 am

Hi Ryan, I think writing one guest post a day is very much feasible…I used to work in a content marketing agency…On a daily basis, i had to write 5-7 articles, each 500-600 word long…However the motivation there was the monthly salary..You had to write for the paycheck at the first of the month…Without any powerful motivation, it is difficult to write even 100 words..I’ve experienced that thing called writer’s block while i first ventured into blogging..The uncertainty drains you out…Like you said, attaching a strong emotion like financial freedom had helped me to get pass that stage..Great post..Thanks for sharing your insights.

19 Ryan Biddulph April 20, 2013 at 9:12 pm

Joe, I really started to develop that hunger or fire when I got paid per article, as I write paid guest posts on the side. Now I can churn them out fast, and I know my driver is strong. Thanks for sharing!


Robert Connor

August 17, 2013 at 3:08 pm

Not getting distracted is the key for us and not easy to do online – so your idea to go offline is well noted! Thanks

21 Siraj Wahid August 24, 2013 at 8:02 am

Great! work Ryan. You were outstanding as always. I am amazed that this is your third post in an hour.

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