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How to Get Guest Posting Opportunities as a Tax or Accounting Professional

As a tax or accounting professional, seeking out guest blog posting opportunities online can be a great way to establish yourself as an industry expert, build your online presence, and attract potential clients who are interested in the niche services you provide.

Getting guest posting opportunities can be tricky, especially if you are not sure where to start. Follow these steps to set yourself up for success:

  • Identify relevant websites: Look for websites and blogs that cater to your general target audience, such as small business owners, entrepreneurs, or individuals seeking tax advice. Consider industry-specific publications, accounting blogs, finance websites, or platforms focusing on tax-related topics. If you operate within a specific niche, such as the restaurant industry or the construction field, search for websites that may appeal to potential tax and accounting clients, as well.
  • Research guest post guidelines: Once you've identified potential websites, visit their websites and look for their guest post guidelines. These guidelines will provide instructions on how to submit guest post pitches, the preferred topics, word count, formatting requirements, and any other specific guidelines you need to follow. If you don’t see information about this, don’t hesitate to reach out to the website’s contact email! Many sites welcome contributors, and you are likely to be surprised by the positive response you receive – no need to be nervous!
  • Brainstorm article topics: Develop a list of potential topics that align with the website's audience and your expertise. Consider common tax issues, accounting best practices, tax planning tips, industry-specific challenges, or regulatory updates that would be relevant and valuable to the readers.
  • Craft a compelling pitch: Write a concise and persuasive pitch to the website or blog's editor, highlighting your expertise and explaining why your proposed topic would be valuable to their audience. Personalize each pitch and demonstrate that you understand the website's content and target readers.
  • Follow up: If you don't receive an immediate response, it's essential to follow up after a reasonable time frame – usually one to two weeks. Keep your follow-up message polite and brief, reiterating your interest in contributing a guest post.
  • Create high-quality content: Once your pitch is accepted, create a well-researched and informative article that offers unique insights and practical advice. Make sure to adhere to the website's guidelines regarding formatting, tone, and length. Ensure your content is engaging and easy to understand for the target audience. Different audiences require different voices, so make sure you consider who your readers are when you write a post.
  • Include a bio and link: In your guest post, include a brief author bio at the end that introduces yourself and your expertise. You can also include a link to your website, blog, or social media profiles to encourage readers to connect with you or learn more about your services.
  • Promote your guest post: After your guest post is published, share it on your own website and social media platforms to expand its reach. Engage with readers who leave comments or questions on the guest post to establish yourself as an authority and build relationships with potential clients. 
  • Use industry specific guest post sites like TaxBuzz.com: TaxBuzz.com offers a highly trafficked space for tax and accounting professionals to post blog and news content. Consider becoming a contributor on a platform like TaxBuzz to get in front of the eyes of over 2 million taxpayers.TaxBuzz blogs allow you to link directly to your profile, so if a potential client is reading your guest post, your information is already right there in front of them. 
  • Sign up for a CountingWorks PRO VIP Package: CountingWorks PRO offers various PR options that are made specifically for tax and accounting professionals. Our Grow and Premier levels get access to PR agency opportunities, blog coaching, content templates for guest posting, a free Taxbuzz membership, and more.

If you would like to learn more about using CountingWorks PRO to help with your PR, talk to one of our experts today.

Remember, guest posting is a long-term strategy, so aim to consistently contribute valuable content to establish your reputation in the industry. Over time, you may receive invitations to write for other websites or even be approached for speaking engagements or collaborations.

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How to Get Guest Posting Opportunities as a Tax or Accounting Professional

As a tax or accounting professional, seeking out guest blog posting opportunities online can be a great way to establish yourself as an industry expert, build your online presence, and attract potential clients who are interested in the niche services you provide.

Getting guest posting opportunities can be tricky, especially if you are not sure where to start. Follow these steps to set yourself up for success:

  • Identify relevant websites: Look for websites and blogs that cater to your general target audience, such as small business owners, entrepreneurs, or individuals seeking tax advice. Consider industry-specific publications, accounting blogs, finance websites, or platforms focusing on tax-related topics. If you operate within a specific niche, such as the restaurant industry or the construction field, search for websites that may appeal to potential tax and accounting clients, as well.
  • Research guest post guidelines: Once you've identified potential websites, visit their websites and look for their guest post guidelines. These guidelines will provide instructions on how to submit guest post pitches, the preferred topics, word count, formatting requirements, and any other specific guidelines you need to follow. If you don’t see information about this, don’t hesitate to reach out to the website’s contact email! Many sites welcome contributors, and you are likely to be surprised by the positive response you receive – no need to be nervous!
  • Brainstorm article topics: Develop a list of potential topics that align with the website's audience and your expertise. Consider common tax issues, accounting best practices, tax planning tips, industry-specific challenges, or regulatory updates that would be relevant and valuable to the readers.
  • Craft a compelling pitch: Write a concise and persuasive pitch to the website or blog's editor, highlighting your expertise and explaining why your proposed topic would be valuable to their audience. Personalize each pitch and demonstrate that you understand the website's content and target readers.
  • Follow up: If you don't receive an immediate response, it's essential to follow up after a reasonable time frame – usually one to two weeks. Keep your follow-up message polite and brief, reiterating your interest in contributing a guest post.
  • Create high-quality content: Once your pitch is accepted, create a well-researched and informative article that offers unique insights and practical advice. Make sure to adhere to the website's guidelines regarding formatting, tone, and length. Ensure your content is engaging and easy to understand for the target audience. Different audiences require different voices, so make sure you consider who your readers are when you write a post.
  • Include a bio and link: In your guest post, include a brief author bio at the end that introduces yourself and your expertise. You can also include a link to your website, blog, or social media profiles to encourage readers to connect with you or learn more about your services.
  • Promote your guest post: After your guest post is published, share it on your own website and social media platforms to expand its reach. Engage with readers who leave comments or questions on the guest post to establish yourself as an authority and build relationships with potential clients. 
  • Use industry specific guest post sites like TaxBuzz.com: TaxBuzz.com offers a highly trafficked space for tax and accounting professionals to post blog and news content. Consider becoming a contributor on a platform like TaxBuzz to get in front of the eyes of over 2 million taxpayers.TaxBuzz blogs allow you to link directly to your profile, so if a potential client is reading your guest post, your information is already right there in front of them. 
  • Sign up for a CountingWorks PRO VIP Package: CountingWorks PRO offers various PR options that are made specifically for tax and accounting professionals. Our Grow and Premier levels get access to PR agency opportunities, blog coaching, content templates for guest posting, a free Taxbuzz membership, and more.

If you would like to learn more about using CountingWorks PRO to help with your PR, talk to one of our experts today.

Remember, guest posting is a long-term strategy, so aim to consistently contribute valuable content to establish your reputation in the industry. Over time, you may receive invitations to write for other websites or even be approached for speaking engagements or collaborations.

Practice Marketing

How to Get Guest Posting Opportunities as a Tax or Accounting Professional

April 29, 2024
/
min read
Lee Reams
CEO | CountingWorks PRO

As a tax or accounting professional, seeking out guest blog posting opportunities online can be a great way to establish yourself as an industry expert, build your online presence, and attract potential clients who are interested in the niche services you provide.

Getting guest posting opportunities can be tricky, especially if you are not sure where to start. Follow these steps to set yourself up for success:

  • Identify relevant websites: Look for websites and blogs that cater to your general target audience, such as small business owners, entrepreneurs, or individuals seeking tax advice. Consider industry-specific publications, accounting blogs, finance websites, or platforms focusing on tax-related topics. If you operate within a specific niche, such as the restaurant industry or the construction field, search for websites that may appeal to potential tax and accounting clients, as well.
  • Research guest post guidelines: Once you've identified potential websites, visit their websites and look for their guest post guidelines. These guidelines will provide instructions on how to submit guest post pitches, the preferred topics, word count, formatting requirements, and any other specific guidelines you need to follow. If you don’t see information about this, don’t hesitate to reach out to the website’s contact email! Many sites welcome contributors, and you are likely to be surprised by the positive response you receive – no need to be nervous!
  • Brainstorm article topics: Develop a list of potential topics that align with the website's audience and your expertise. Consider common tax issues, accounting best practices, tax planning tips, industry-specific challenges, or regulatory updates that would be relevant and valuable to the readers.
  • Craft a compelling pitch: Write a concise and persuasive pitch to the website or blog's editor, highlighting your expertise and explaining why your proposed topic would be valuable to their audience. Personalize each pitch and demonstrate that you understand the website's content and target readers.
  • Follow up: If you don't receive an immediate response, it's essential to follow up after a reasonable time frame – usually one to two weeks. Keep your follow-up message polite and brief, reiterating your interest in contributing a guest post.
  • Create high-quality content: Once your pitch is accepted, create a well-researched and informative article that offers unique insights and practical advice. Make sure to adhere to the website's guidelines regarding formatting, tone, and length. Ensure your content is engaging and easy to understand for the target audience. Different audiences require different voices, so make sure you consider who your readers are when you write a post.
  • Include a bio and link: In your guest post, include a brief author bio at the end that introduces yourself and your expertise. You can also include a link to your website, blog, or social media profiles to encourage readers to connect with you or learn more about your services.
  • Promote your guest post: After your guest post is published, share it on your own website and social media platforms to expand its reach. Engage with readers who leave comments or questions on the guest post to establish yourself as an authority and build relationships with potential clients. 
  • Use industry specific guest post sites like TaxBuzz.com: TaxBuzz.com offers a highly trafficked space for tax and accounting professionals to post blog and news content. Consider becoming a contributor on a platform like TaxBuzz to get in front of the eyes of over 2 million taxpayers.TaxBuzz blogs allow you to link directly to your profile, so if a potential client is reading your guest post, your information is already right there in front of them. 
  • Sign up for a CountingWorks PRO VIP Package: CountingWorks PRO offers various PR options that are made specifically for tax and accounting professionals. Our Grow and Premier levels get access to PR agency opportunities, blog coaching, content templates for guest posting, a free Taxbuzz membership, and more.

If you would like to learn more about using CountingWorks PRO to help with your PR, talk to one of our experts today.

Remember, guest posting is a long-term strategy, so aim to consistently contribute valuable content to establish your reputation in the industry. Over time, you may receive invitations to write for other websites or even be approached for speaking engagements or collaborations.

Practice Marketing

How to Get Guest Posting Opportunities as a Tax or Accounting Professional

April 29, 2024
/
min read
Lee Reams
CEO | CountingWorks PRO

As a tax or accounting professional, seeking out guest blog posting opportunities online can be a great way to establish yourself as an industry expert, build your online presence, and attract potential clients who are interested in the niche services you provide.

Getting guest posting opportunities can be tricky, especially if you are not sure where to start. Follow these steps to set yourself up for success:

  • Identify relevant websites: Look for websites and blogs that cater to your general target audience, such as small business owners, entrepreneurs, or individuals seeking tax advice. Consider industry-specific publications, accounting blogs, finance websites, or platforms focusing on tax-related topics. If you operate within a specific niche, such as the restaurant industry or the construction field, search for websites that may appeal to potential tax and accounting clients, as well.
  • Research guest post guidelines: Once you've identified potential websites, visit their websites and look for their guest post guidelines. These guidelines will provide instructions on how to submit guest post pitches, the preferred topics, word count, formatting requirements, and any other specific guidelines you need to follow. If you don’t see information about this, don’t hesitate to reach out to the website’s contact email! Many sites welcome contributors, and you are likely to be surprised by the positive response you receive – no need to be nervous!
  • Brainstorm article topics: Develop a list of potential topics that align with the website's audience and your expertise. Consider common tax issues, accounting best practices, tax planning tips, industry-specific challenges, or regulatory updates that would be relevant and valuable to the readers.
  • Craft a compelling pitch: Write a concise and persuasive pitch to the website or blog's editor, highlighting your expertise and explaining why your proposed topic would be valuable to their audience. Personalize each pitch and demonstrate that you understand the website's content and target readers.
  • Follow up: If you don't receive an immediate response, it's essential to follow up after a reasonable time frame – usually one to two weeks. Keep your follow-up message polite and brief, reiterating your interest in contributing a guest post.
  • Create high-quality content: Once your pitch is accepted, create a well-researched and informative article that offers unique insights and practical advice. Make sure to adhere to the website's guidelines regarding formatting, tone, and length. Ensure your content is engaging and easy to understand for the target audience. Different audiences require different voices, so make sure you consider who your readers are when you write a post.
  • Include a bio and link: In your guest post, include a brief author bio at the end that introduces yourself and your expertise. You can also include a link to your website, blog, or social media profiles to encourage readers to connect with you or learn more about your services.
  • Promote your guest post: After your guest post is published, share it on your own website and social media platforms to expand its reach. Engage with readers who leave comments or questions on the guest post to establish yourself as an authority and build relationships with potential clients. 
  • Use industry specific guest post sites like TaxBuzz.com: TaxBuzz.com offers a highly trafficked space for tax and accounting professionals to post blog and news content. Consider becoming a contributor on a platform like TaxBuzz to get in front of the eyes of over 2 million taxpayers.TaxBuzz blogs allow you to link directly to your profile, so if a potential client is reading your guest post, your information is already right there in front of them. 
  • Sign up for a CountingWorks PRO VIP Package: CountingWorks PRO offers various PR options that are made specifically for tax and accounting professionals. Our Grow and Premier levels get access to PR agency opportunities, blog coaching, content templates for guest posting, a free Taxbuzz membership, and more.

If you would like to learn more about using CountingWorks PRO to help with your PR, talk to one of our experts today.

Remember, guest posting is a long-term strategy, so aim to consistently contribute valuable content to establish your reputation in the industry. Over time, you may receive invitations to write for other websites or even be approached for speaking engagements or collaborations.

Lee Reams
CEO | CountingWorks PRO

As the founder and CEO of CountingWorks, Inc, Lee is passionate about helping independent tax and accounting professionals compete in the modern age. From time-saving digital onboarding tools, world-class websites, and outbound marketing campaigns, Lee has been developing best-in-class marketing solutions for over twenty years.

Lee Reams
CEO | CountingWorks PRO

As the founder and CEO of CountingWorks, Inc, Lee is passionate about helping independent tax and accounting professionals compete in the modern age. From time-saving digital onboarding tools, world-class websites, and outbound marketing campaigns, lee has been developing best-in-class marketing solutions for over twenty years.

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