Guest blogging is a fantastic way to naturally build your organization’s brand visibility and organic search rank on search engine sites.
So, what is guest blogging? In this Koozai video, James Perrin explains that guest blogging occurs when a website’s owner publishes content on his or her website that is written by someone else. According to Perrin, key benefits include:
1- Enhanced visibility of your site’s content;
2- Enhanced social sharing of your site’s content (your content will most likely be shared, and social sharing is a huge ranking factor with SEO);
3- Relevancy and quality of Web sites – when guest blogging, you write for sites that are of high relevancy and quality for your industry, which will pass authority onto the link that you’re trying to optimize;
4- Page Link – you’ll be writing for Web sites that have a higher page rank than those links found on blog spinning sites; and
5- Enhanced PR, branding and marketing for your site via enhanced exposure.
Where can you find guest blogging opportunites? Perrin suggests sites like Guest Blog It but also suggests sourcing on your own.
In this MySheCave.com post, I’m taking a different spin with guest-blogging. I’ve invited a guest blogger, with pen name Josifina O’Brien, to co-write the remainder of this post. Here is Josifina’s contribution:
Have you ever read an amazing book and then gone to see the movie adaptation and found that the adaption has missed all the key points and details of the book? Or, have you ever had the book become real at the movies, down to the very color of the characters’ hair?
Movie adaptations of popular books are a common thing to see at any movie theater but that doesn’t mean audiences appreciate how their favorite books were adapted. The magic of the movies is really highlighted when a movie adaptation turns out right. Here are some of my examples of book-to-movie adaptations that turned out right:
3. The Notebook
Of course, there are adaptations that bomb…completely. Here are some movies that I am aware of that really missed the mark:
In some cases, the result is divided. Everybody has an opinion and, in these cases, no one can agree…bad or good?
There is one debatable movie that no one can agree on, including myself. The book/movie is The Hunger Games. The question I have for you guys is, is the book better than the movie, or is the movie better than the book?
Guest blogger Josifina O’Brien is a 13-year-old young lady who lives in the Equality State, U.S.A., home of elk, bison and former Vice-President of the U.S., Dick Cheney. Besides guest-blogging, Miss O’Brien enjoys reading, downhill skiing and paddle-boarding during her spare time.