Guest blogging can be a wonderful experience. It can help you bring traffic to your own website or blog, it can help you create new contacts and it can expose you to a world of ideas that has previously been unknown to you.
Guest blogging can also be boring and annoying, especially if you (or someone else) have set yourself certain goals that are more quantitative than qualitative in nature. In such a situation, guest blogging can boil down to producing mind-numbingly repetitive and boring content, negotiating cooperation with people who are only in it for a few bucks and chasing a link or two.
In the end, it all comes down to having more of the former than the latter. It not only makes one’s life so much better, but it also yields better results.
One of the ways in which it is possible to have more of the former than latter is to start using Twitter as a guest posting ally. This is especially true if you do mostly business-oriented guest blogging, as the author of this article does.