A place, where to find (many) Websites/Magazines willing to publish my content (buy a post)?

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I am looking to find new customers for my products and I want to try to buy posts (I don't like to call them PR, but whatever...) on various websites and magazines. With real traffic, of course.

Do you know some place (marketplace), where I can find such websites? With stats, targeted niches, ideally price lists for posts, etc.?

For now, I can just find some websites related to my products on Google and then tries to write them. But that is a pain. Plus I have no idea of the traffic or anything.

I would be grateful for any ideas!

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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    You can go 2 routes on this one: buy sponsored posts, budgeting $500 per post to get featured on reputable blogs that actually yield traffic and buying customers, or build bonds with bloggers over months by helping them out; then some invite you to guest posts.

    Pay either hundreds per post or months to build bonds.
    Ryan Biddulph helps you to be a successful blogger with his courses, manuals and blog at Blogging From Paradise
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  • Profile picture of the author crazyJon
    Thanks for your post! I am willing to pay $500+ per post, there is no problem with the price (and budget) now, the problem is where to find the websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author affmarketer101
    I do not use any tools or marketplace, just use Google search to find those websites. Then outreach them to request and discuss about the articles. It takes time but it's worth doing.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Go to the sites you would like to appear on. Open an article and scroll to the bottom. If you see a block of "You might also be interested in" clickbait, see who placed it there (Outbrain is one of the biggies). Contact them about distributing your content.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Is your "content" really valuable niche content? Or is it marketing for something you're selling (as in an advertorial, disguised sales pitch, or even a blatant infomercial?)

    It will make a difference on the sites that will consider your writing.

    Unattached content (not designed to pitch something specific) is more difficult to get published on high traffic, relevant sites. You will need to have excellent writing skills, something unique, fresh, and relevant to offer readers in the niche. And it will have to get past the scrutiny of the editor of the site which usually means the content will be a valuable find for readers.

    Marketing content (designed to pitch or sell something) is easier to place, IMO, because if you have the right budget (and it sounds like you do) you can buy your way onto sites that accept such marketing for a price. Such web sites are easy to find using your friend Google search.

    (A word of caution: It's not easy or advisable to try to "game" unattached content sites with your marketing)

    The best to you,


    Steve Browne, online business strategies, tips, guidance, and resources

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