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This is a guest post by Janne from

Blogging on your own blog is one thing.  Writing a guest blog for someone else is another thing altogether.

There’s a very intriguing give-and-take phenomenon that happens with almost all relationships formed from guest blogging.

Your host has to be willing to back your thoughts by simply being willing to allow them to appear on his blog, which, in itself, brings up some vulnerability. He also has to be willing to proofread and edit to insure that his standards are met.  There’s always time spent on his part.

And then, there are you, the guest.

You have to be willing to send off your precious words and thoughts to another who has freewill to edit and do as he will with whatever you give him.  That takes major vulnerability and trust.

Really, when you consider the odds that two people would see eye to eye on something so personal as writing, it’s amazing guest posting happens at all, let alone as often as it does.

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This is a guest post by Taylor Thompson who is a blogger and currently writes at DoStrong. Read in this post, how you can increase your blog traffic surprisingly in one week by “________”. So, if you want to increase your blog traffic then continue reading this post.

Before I begin, I would really like to thank Sushant for the opportunity. Guest posting is my new thing to do, and it’s an honor to be guest posting on a blog that I have been familiar with for over a year now, if not longer. Back when I was blogging about ‘blogging’, Sushant and I actually linked to each other in our blog rolls.

Today, I am here to teach you guys how to greatly increase your blog traffic within 1 week. This post is not going to be a gimmick. You really can increase your blog traffic within 1 week, even if your blog is fresh out of the oven. How do you do this? Let me just put it this way; It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.

A few days ago, I was blessed with the opportunity to run into a great product called Guest Post Secrets. Don’t worry, I’m not trying to sell you anything. The product was written by Erica at At age 26, Erica sold her first business (a hosting company) for $1,100,000.00. After watching the videos provided in Guest Post Secrets, I learned that I was missing 1 component to blogging that was really keeping me from being successful.

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