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BlogMutt Requests: Creating A+ Requests To Receive A+ Content

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Without requests (formerly topics), BlogMutt writers cannot create any content for you. So, how can you create requests that will attract writers and make sure you receive A+, awesome content? Read on to find out!
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By
Sara White
July 1, 2018

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BlogMutt In 2018: Upcoming Improvements

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An in-depth guide to the changes and improvements BlogMutt will be making in 2018 to power effective content marketing for our customers.
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By
Paul Zalewski
November 10, 2017

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Storytelling Through Crowds

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Over my career I’ve had the opportunity to see firsthand the power of crowdsourcing across different types of work, and writing is one of its most powerful applications.
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By
Steve Pockross
February 28, 2017

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How A Leading SEO Agency Used BlogMutt To Overhaul Their Content Creation

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A case study through four months of conversations with one of SocialSEO's main SEO gurus BJ Enoch and their content creation operations evolution and overhaul with the help of BlogMutt's talented writer network.
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By
Paul Zalewski
January 3, 2018

BlogMutt Requests: Creating A+ Requests To Receive A+ Content

If you've spent any time as a BlogMutt customer, you probably know that requests (formerly known as ‘topics’) are a pretty significant part of your experience. Our team knows it, too. In fact, we consider requests to be the most important part of your BlogMutt experience.

Without requests, writers cannot create any content for you. And if you aren't sure how to use request posts effectively, you might not receive content anywhere near your expectations.

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BY Sara White
July 1, 2018

Step Up Your ‘Business Info’ Game: Here’s How

Editor's Note: This post was originally published in August 2017 and has been updated for April 2018. The goal of the post is the same: to provide customers best practices for using BlogMutt's 'Business Info' page, but our platform changes fast and it's high time we refreshed this post to reflect the latest BlogMutt features and improvements.

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BY Sara White
July 1, 2018

Mastering Editing, Declining, Accepting & Publishing Content From BlogMutt

Editor's Note: this post was originally published in January 2015 and has been updated and refreshed in September of 2017. The objective of the post is largely the same—to teach customers how to receive posts that meet their needs and get the most out of their BlogMutt subscriptions. However, our platform has seen numerous updates over the last few years and has many new features, so we updated many of the details of this post to make it timely and accurate.


 

You’ve made it this far—your account is set up, requests entered, and you’ve received a few posts. Now what? There are just a couple more things that we want to be sure you’re up to speed on you can get the most out of your BlogMutt experience.

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BY Sara White
July 1, 2018

Mastering Requests: The Single Most Important Part Of Your BlogMutt Experience

Editor’s Note: At BlogMutt, we know that creating spot-on requests is by far the best way to receive posts that meet your expectations. This post was originally published in January of 2015, so we thought it was high time to make a few updates and ensure that you have the most relevant advice and best practices possible.


 

“What are requests? How should I use them?”

These are two of the most common FAQs we get here at BlogMutt. Fortunately, we’ll lay out how to be successful within the BlogMutt system using requests (formerly called ‘topics’). Requests tell writers the types of posts you want to be written, and tee up writers to provide content that meets your expectations.

Lots of requests, lots of submissions. No requests, no submissions. It's that simple.

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BY Sara White
July 1, 2018

How External & Internal Links Impact Your Blog (& How To Tell The Difference)

Even if you’re brand new to SEO-optimizing your blog posts, you’ve probably heard that it’s good to include links in your posts. While it’s definitely true that high quality links can make your post more authoritative and useful to your readers and help give your search engine results a rankings boost at the same time, there is more to it than just linking to whatever posts seem relevant.

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BY Casey Cline
August 2, 2017

Abolish the Backlog: Tools to Keep Your Blog Consistent

BlogMutt's ultimate goal is to make it simple and easy to keep your blog current. Our crowd of writers submits posts to you on topics you've chosen, meaning you don't have to write those posts yourself. We give you opportunities to provide feedback to the writers and request edits, so each post is exactly what your blog needs. And we send those posts directly to you each week for you to put up on your site.

But here's the thing: BlogMutt only works if you actually publish those posts.

You're busy. We get it. But your blog still needs attention. Fortunately, we have easy ways to stay consistent with your blogging if it's that final step that keeps tripping you up.

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BY Grace Hirt
November 11, 2015