If you're a hungry blogger looking to expand your presence through guest posting, PostRunner gives you access to hundreds of blogs who are willing to consider publishing your content.
If you need content for your blog or website, install the PostRunner plugin and put your site in front of hundreds of hungry bloggers looking to expand their presence through guest posting.
PostRunner takes the hassle (and the haggle) out of guest posting.
A promoted site is one you've linked to from a guest post submitted through PostRunner.
We've made it easy to upgrade your subscription from your PostRunner dashboard. Just log in and look for the "upgrade" link.
Of course you do. We want each and every guest post submitted through PostRunner to be a piece of custom content, uniquely created for the site receiving it.
If your chosen blogger doesn't accept your post, you have two options: revise and resubmit the post to the same blog, or take the post elsewhere.
If you've done your best to create a great post, somebody is going to be excited to publish it.
Each blogger whose site is connected to PostRunner decides the length of guest posts he receives.
PostRunner's operators have no influence over the length or style of content bloggers require.
Again, this is up to the individual site owners. Many bloggers only want to see one author attribution link. Others may allow two or three links - as long as they add value to the post.
PostRunner's operators have no say in the number, type, or placement of links in guest posts - we leave it completely to individual bloggers to decide what linking practices they're comfortable with.
You shouldn't be guest posting just because you want to "get links." Write guest posts because you want to demonstrate your knowledge and build your reputation in your niche.
Guest posters and bloggers accepting posts should only engage in linking practices they're comfortable with. Your approach to guest posting should focus on new reach and readership, and your linking practices should reflect those goals rather than attempting to game the search engines.
Once a blogger accepts and publishes your post, it becomes hers to edit as she sees fit. Of course, it's in her best interest to leave your posts substantially the same.
Her good standing with PostRunner authors would definitely tank if she were to mistreat your content. And if she wrecks her reputation with authors, she won't be getting any more guest posts.
Nothing on the web is permanent, is it? Bloggers may end up deleting a small percentage of your posts at some point in the future, or they may abandon their sites altogether.
But don't worry - if/when one of your guest posts gets deleted, it will show up back in your PostRunner dashboard, allowing you to submit it to another blog.
However, if the site you choose to submit to goes offline or is abandoned by the owner, we won't be able to help you. That's why it's so important to choose the sites with the best long term prospects for your posts.
PostRunner guest posts are published one time on one blog - this isn't an article syndication service.
Absolutely, and please do! Every website needs two things: increased visibility and constantly updated content. PostRunner facilitates both.
As an author, you submit guest posts. As a site owner, you have the opportunity to publish the guest posts of others. That's why PostRunner is a win for everyone involved.
Of course, you're not required to connect your site to PostRunner. It's completely optional - just a free perk of being involved with our community.
Nope. Anyone with a WordPress blog can install the PostRunner plugin. We can't guess or guarantee how much content you'll get - that will be a function of the quality of your site and your particular content requirements.
So, please - connect your site and get involved!
If you don't want us to have your money, we're definitely not going to keep it. If you ask for a refund (and we mean ever), we'll happily refund your first months payment.
Please get in touch! We'll be refund your first months payment.