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Do you want to look like you’re an ultimate baller or a very successful entrepreneur? If you do then you need to get yourself featured on the Huffington Post or various sites such as Mashable, Business.com or Engadget.
In simple terms, How To Buy A Guest Post On Huffington Post.
You see, it seems to be the in thing to do recently, especially if your Facebook fans start to question your authenticity of making mega bucks online. I mean the news never lies right? If you’re a reader of the Daily Mail or Daily Star then you know that’s not true.
Believe it or not you can actually get an article on Huffington Post for only $100 and fulfil your dreams of getting featured on one of the most popular news websites in the world.
But there’s a catch, chances are no one will ever read your article unless you send the link to people and clever clogs like you and I both know you ultimately paid for the privilege. Potential buyers of your membership course, service or coaching package will be none the wiser and think you really are a guru though.
The Huffington Post offers a contributors service to fill their website with additional content alongside real news articles. Once every few months they open the door and allow bloggers and home grown news reporters to become contributors and share their own articles on the website. Currently applications are closed.
How To Get Featured On Huffington Post
You can get started by buying this gig on Konker which costs $100 for a contributor post. If you want to ensure the critics stay away then you need an editor post which is slightly more expensive at $350 but definitely worth it. With an editor post you can usually have a dofollow backlink to your website or sales page which is invaluable for SEO purposes (Although Google is getting smarter and cracking down on these posts now).
If Huffington post isn’t your thing then there’s plenty more gigs out there for other sites: