Site Owners: get paid for reviewing guest post pitches! | Guest Bloggers: no more ignored guest post requests!
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Step 1: If you have a site related to fitness/health, you list it on Pitch Your Guest Post, display your guest blogging guidelines, and set your review price*.
Step 2: Guest bloggers pay your review price and send you their pitch.
Step 3: You either accept a submission and publish it on your site, or you provide short feedback about why you rejected it. Either way, you keep the money.
Step 1: If you'd like to guest post on fitness/health related blogs, you browse the sites listed on Pitch Your Guest Post.
Step 2: If you find a site that you want to get published on, you pay its review price*, and make a pitch by following its guest posting guidelines.
Step 3: The site either accepts your submission and publishes your post, or rejects it and provides feedback about why your post was rejected. Either way, you're not ignored!
* The review price is basically how much a site/blog charges to review a guest post pitch.
Important! Paying the review price does NOT guarantee guest post acceptance. Accepting or rejecting guest post pitches is at the sole discretion of the site owner / blogger. However, site owners / bloggers do have a limited time (usually 48 hours unless otherwise specified) to respond to pitches, and they do have to provide feedback if they reject a submission.
Do you know how the inbox of a popular blogger looks like? Well, meet Steve, who runs a popular blog in the fitness niche. His inbox looks something like this...
Yep, almost 1,000 unread emails... most of which are guest post pitches... most of which are terrible.
You can imagine how frustrating and time consuming it is to go through all these guest post pitches and review them one by one... only to find 1 or 2 worthwhile submissions in a hundred.
You can also imagine how frustrating it is to craft the perfect guest post and send it in high hopes... only to wait weeks or months until you hear back from the site owner... IF you're lucky enough to hear back at all.
The problem is: everyone loses!
Site owners and bloggers lose, because even if they spend a ton of time (that they could be spending elsewhere!) they can't possibly go through all submissions, so not only do they waste a lot of time, they also miss high quality content opportunities.
Guest bloggers lose, because no matter how much they work on a guest post, they can't possibly "shout loud enough" to cut through the noise and get on the radar of the site owner. Their pitches are usually just ignored or they have to wait months to get a response.
The problem is: there's no quick and easy way to filter high quality submissions from low quality ones... - not without PitchYourGuestPost.com at least!
Remember Steve with the full inbox above? Well, he realized that the solution is simple: charge a nominal review fee for every guest post pitch. This has several benefits:
"I've always had a problem wading through the guest post requests that flood my inbox. Since I'd always had more important things to do, I usually just ignored these pitches. However, since using Pitch Your Guest Post, I receive waaay fewer guest post requests, but those requests are much higher quality. It's a double win (triple win if you count the extra money I earn)!"
Whether you want to join as a guest blogger or a site owner, click the button below to sign up for a free account!
That is entirely up to you! You should charge just as much as the market demands: if you charge too little, you'll still receive many more pitches than you can handle. If you charge too much, you may not get a single pitch. Feel free to experiment.
Guest bloggers pay you credits whenever they submit a new pitch to you. Every credit is worth 1 USD, and you can withdraw these credits whenever you feel like it (just contact support).
Pitch Your Guest Post uses a credit system. Once you log in, you can buy credits and use those for paying for submissions. It's better than paying with "real money" every time you make a small payment, because this way we can all avoid the high transaction fees of payment processors.
You can read our refund policy here. The short answer is: due to the nature of the service (busy people spend their time reviewing your submissions), we can't provide refunds, only under special circumstances.
P.S.: You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by signing up for a free account. Try it now and see how you like it!