Blog Friday Q&A

Should I wait to guest blog until I have lots of content on my own blog?

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Every Friday, we’re answering your questions about business, startups, customer success and more.

Happy Friday!

This week’s question comes from Dani Salem, who asks:

Some people will tell you that you shouldn’t bother trying to guest post until you’ve built up an impressive body of work on your own blog.

I couldn’t disagree more.

If we were starting the blog over again, I’d be publishing guest posts from day one, when there was only a single post on our site.

There are three big reasons for that:

I’d spend equal amounts of time developing content for your own site and for guest posts. You’ll continue to reap the benefits from your early posts long after you’ve published them.

The most important part is to stop deliberating and get started. Good luck!

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Alex Turnbull is the CEO & Founder of Groove (simple helpdesk software for small businesses) who loves to build startups and surf.

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