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Outreaching Guest Posting Plans
Do you want to boost your website traffic and make your blogs reach as many people as possible? Well, then guest posting is the way to go.
$50+ Per POST
$100+ PER POST
$200+ per post
Frequently asked questions
GBOB sites are blog sites primarily built for selling guest posts to other websites that need ranking in search engines.
Initially, no, we will take care of the content/blog writing. Our services includes 8 pages and 10 blog post articles. However, if you want to write content for your blogs after the website is delivered to you, you can surely do that.
Our GBOB website designing service does not require a specific knowledge of buyers. However, if you have some knowledge about blogging, that will help you maintain your GBOB site yourself in the future.
Yes, we only accept orders upon total advance payments. However, if you order 5 or more GBOB sites you can order with partial payments
Yes, SEO is ongoing process and even if your website maintains its backlinks and other SEO metrics, there are chances that your website will start loosing traffic in the future. This is because your competitors are struggling to rank their website too. So you should focus on more blog posts on your GBOB site and more high-quality and high-authority backlinks.
Do you want to boost your website traffic. Contact Us: email@example.com
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About the Outreach Manager
Jorg Smith is an SEO specialist with a comprehensive Moz and domain-authority knowledge. He is also a blogger and a journalist. He helps many businesses with SEO, online PR and branding. Jorg Smith increases the presence of websites with high SEO backlinks. He writes for known online newspapers in the US, Canada, the UK, Australia and other English-speaking countries. He usually works for certified Google news websites with high numbers of visitors. He writes content for businesses that want to have quality content on their websites.
It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout.