I'd like to outsource my guest posting activities. Need an advice.

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Hello to all the warriors. I'm trying to find a trustworthy online service to outsource my blogger outreach/guest posting activities. There are a whole bunch of them on the web, but I'm still confused because they either have no reviews from people who've used them, or are reported as a scam. I went through a lot of them, they all tend to have decent web pages and a clear pricing structure, but how can I make sure they are getting the job done for real?

Just to give you a general idea of what I'm talking about, I'm looking for a service that:
1) finds niche blogs (real blogs, made for people, with readers and traffic)
2) connects to blog owners to agree on the placement of posts & links
3) creates a quality content that follows the blog guidelines and gets it posted on my behalf

In a nutshell, I'd like to find someone who would do a fair, white hat blogger outreach like I would do it myself if I had more time.

Have you ever worked with that kind of services? Are there any services that you would recommend? I'd really appreciate your help.
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  • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
    Originally Posted by annaonduty View Post

    (I'm not affiliated with any of them,...
    Affiliated or not...
    who cares as long they will pay you for mentioning them in forums and blogs



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    • Profile picture of the author annaonduty
      Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

      Affiliated or not...
      who cares as long they will pay you for mentioning them in forums and blogs



      fastreplies
      Hey, no, I mean it. It's not about promoting any of this services, it doesn't make sense btw since a) they all are competitors to each other b) i mentioned that some of them were marked as a scam by reviewers. Would you pay a marketer who publicly says you're a "scammer" ? I don't think so )) I even deleted all the wwws and https to avoid active links in the post.

      A company I'm working for is mentioned on the contact info page of my profile, and it has nothing to do with SEO services, except for being in need of SEO services. So I'm fair about that. The only reason for starting this thread is that I need an advice from more experienced members of the community.
      That's it.
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      • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
        Originally Posted by annaonduty View Post

        ... a) they all are competitors to each other b) i mentioned that some of them were marked as a scam by reviewers. Would you pay a marketer who publicly says you're a "scammer" ?
        Even more so, if you know that they are scammers, then why mention them at all?
        By doing that you're making somewhat legitimate post smell a bit fishy.

        Just my 2c.

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        • Profile picture of the author annaonduty
          Originally Posted by fastreplies View Post

          Even more so, if you know that they are scammers, then why mention them at all?
          By doing that you're making somewhat legitimate post smell a bit fishy.

          Just my 2c.

          fastreplies
          Uff, I didn't mean to claim they are scammers, I don't know for sure. What I try to say there is: I'm confused because none of the services I checked seem trustworthy to me. They all lack reviews, and some (well, one, actually) were reviewed as a scam.

          But anyway, thanks for bringing that up. You're right, I should better edit the post and delete all the mentions so that it doesn't look promotional. Thank you.
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