Blogging Blogs

69 Most Popular Blogging Blogs to Comment on or Guest Post for

One of the fastest-growing niches today without a doubt is blogging. With an impressive over 180 million blogs and still counting, the blogosphere is surely one very crucial part of the Internet.

Anybody can create a blog on Blogger or WordPress. That’s the easy part. Maintaining it is tough. Nobody seems to tell you that.

Now, blogging blogs aren’t easy to find. These are different than your typical Internet marketing sites or “make money online” blogs. Blogging blogs focus exclusively on “blogging” tips, tricks or resources, and not fluff.

Copyblogger for example is a content marketing blog, not a blogging blog. The same with social media sites. They’re not blogging blogs, period.

That’s why my effort was directed towards finding only the best sites that fit the following criteria:

They had to be updated (quite) often, and have a Page Rank of 3 or more… some blogs were good enough to fit the list even if their page rank was less!

Their posts should get an average of 10 comments… it’s important to know that readers interact and like the post, and have something to say about the topics. It helps you get ideas about potential articles you may want to publish there.

They should have an established audience (RSS subscribers, FaceBook fans or Twitter followers) of minimum 500 members combined.

*** I’ve found some blogs easily exceeding 10,000 members and receiving 50k+ monthly unique visitors. Amazing, isn’t it?

Disclaimer: if it happens to stumble upon dead or outdated links, please notify us ASAP. I did everything  in my power to check all links were valid prior publishing the article.

Blogging Blogs

Here is the list. Enjoy and tell others about it:

  1. www.allbloggingtips.com/
  2. www.basicblogtips.com/
  3. www.beafreelanceblogger.com/
  4. www.bestbloggingtipsonline.com/
  5. www.bivori.com/
  6. www.blogandretire.com/blog/
  7. www.bloggerdoc.com/
  8. www.bloggerspassion.com/
  9. www.bloggingbasics101.com/
  10. www.bloggingcage.com/
  11. www.bloggingpro.com/
  12. www.bloggingtips.com/
  13. www.bloggingwithsuccess.net/
  14. www.blogingrace.com/
  15. www.blogherald.com/
  16. www.bloghover.com/
  17. www.blogmarketingacademy.com/blog/
  18. www.blogtrepreneur.com/
  19. www.blogussion.com/
  20. www.buildabetterblog.com/
  21. www.capturedbloggingtips.com/
  22. www.chrislema.com/blog/
  23. www.comluv.com/
  24. www.creativebloggers.net/blog/
  25. www.dailyblogtips.com/
  26. www.dearblogger.org/
  27. www.emfastincome.com/
  28. www.famousbloggers.net/blog
  29. www.guideandnews.com/
  30. www.hellboundbloggers.com/
  31. www.hotblogtips.com/
  32. www.iblogzone.com/
  33. www.imjustsharing.com/
  34. www.inboundpro.net/blog
  35. www.johnchow.com/
  36. www.kevinmuldoon.com/
  37. www.kikolani.com/
  38. www.letsbuildwebsites.com/
  39. www.myblogismymoney.com/
  40. www.neamatproblog.com/
  41. www.performancing.com/blog/
  42. www.problogger.net/blog
  43. www.probloggingsuccess.com/blog/
  44. www.probloggertips.com/
  45. www.pushingsocial.com/blog/
  46. www.quickonlinetips.com/
  47. www.reviewzntips.com/
  48. www.shoutmeloud.com/
  49. www.seoallrounder.com/blog/
  50. www.skyhitblog.com/
  51. www/simplebloggingnetwork.com/
  52. www.smartbloggerz.com/
  53. www.successfulblogging.com/
  54. www.successful-blog.com/
  55. www.thebadblogger.com/
  56. www.thesaleslion.com
  57. www.thetopblogger.com/
  58. www.thinktraffic.net/blog
  59. www.technshare.com/
  60. www.tipsandtricks-hq.com/
  61. www.topbloggingcoach.com/
  62. www.toughestblogger.com/
  63. www.weblogbetter.com/
  64. www.webtrafficroi.com/
  65. www.wellplannedweb.com/blog/
  66. www.wpdaily.co/
  67. www.wphostingdiscount.com
  68. www.wpmayor.com/
  69. www.zenspill.com/

Bonus links:


How to get the most out of this list:

#1 Get to know the audience

Blog commenting is all about learning about each blogger and their community, before you guest post to them.

What I do before I share my feedback on a particular article is nothing complicated. I ensure I read a few articles (latest 4 or 5 posts) and get a feel for the audience. I read the comments as well. I see what their issues are. What the most asked questions represent, and so forth.

Only then can I fully embark on a blog commenting trip. The majority of blogger or site owners who are dabbling with blog commenting are not serious. Their approach is half hearted, and it shows from a mile away.

You’ve seen those non relevant comments, or even worse, 2 lines of text, haven’t you? Don’t you think it sounds like spam?

#2 Guest blog

Next step after you learn about the audience and interact with site visitors in the commenting form and style, is to share your experience and knowledge in article format, also called guest posting.

Guest writing is actually the next logical step after blog commenting, an expansion of your comments. I highly recommend you…

Guest write premium content, as I like to call it. This article you’ve read so far is one example, as it’s so helpful for its audience. It saves them (lots of) time and frustration.

Do you have any other blogging related blogs to add to the list?

P.S. Not all sites publicly advertise guest posting opportunities. Thus, it’s your objective to ensure you first turn yourself into an active blog commentator and leave insightful feedback; only then can you propose a guest article, and usually be accepted.

That’s a proven technique I’m utilizing with great success.

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  • Sudipto August 23, 2014, 4:57 am

    Blog commenting and guest posting is very important factor in blogging and help in connecting with others and also promotes our blog. Thanks for sharing this list with us.

  • Kundan Bhattarai January 5, 2014, 12:57 pm

    Hi John,Thanks for sharing the post. I will visit the list of the blogs and check what kind of articles are published so that it would be helpful for my blogging journey.

  • Hamza Sheikh June 17, 2013, 9:16 am

    Seriously, you have reached a mark here! I was looking out for best blogs in blogging niche to comment & to start my venture with them. You have just bring an ease to whole process. Now I don’t have to waste couple of hours in discovering good blogs, and communities on internet. Thanks John for this lovely list.

  • Jerry Low June 9, 2013, 12:30 pm

    Great post, just bookmarked for future reference. My VA charges me $20 for a list of 100 blogs that accept guest posting and you are giving it out for free. :)
    Jerry Low recently posted..How to Create an Infinite Scrolling WP siteMy Profile

  • Kiran June 6, 2013, 2:27 pm

    Wow!! that’s hell lot of blogs for guest posts,comments and not to forget for gathering online marketing and SEO tips for newbie bloggers like me.Thanks for providing list , i was fed up with searching SEO blogs for info and guest posts. And who ever designed this site : genuinely hats off, the site looks really cool.
    -thank you…

  • JC June 2, 2013, 2:53 am

    Thanks John! I’ve seriously just spent the last week or so hitting up a bunch of these blogs, so the list was VERY useful.

  • Dan May 28, 2013, 3:45 pm

    Wow, thank you for the list! I will definitely be looking forwards to searching through this list so that I can expand my knowledge on blogging. I really like the advice that you give to read a couple of posts as well as reviews to get a feel for the blog’s audience. Reading the blog posts can give a feel for who the authors are targeting as their audience, based on the professionalism and tone used in their content. The reviews are also helpful to see what kind of audience the blog is actually attracting, also related to the tone and word choice used. For example, if I am trying to reach out to college students who are looking at blogs on fitness, I would prefer to guest post on a blog that is less professional in their content. For example, a blog that contains jokes that a college student can relate to.
    Dan recently posted..Content Marketing Tips & SEO Strategies with #iAcq Team at NYUMy Profile

    • John Gibb May 30, 2013, 5:30 am

      hi Dan,

      I like your tips…

      They’re worthy, and it shows they came from someone who knows what he’s talking about :)

      One quick suggestions if you allow:

      *** When you blog comment, it’s good to make text easy to read

      So use short sentences and always leave a blank line of space in between them

      Just as I’m doing here!

      Maybe I just got over board with it? But you get the idea :)

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  • Judy Haar May 28, 2013, 11:07 am

    Great list and worth sharing. I was asking this question the other day and here you are. Thanx

  • Robin May 28, 2013, 2:38 am

    This is a wonderful list. They all have good page rank as well. This list will certainly boost traffic
    Thanks for sharing..

  • Farrell Conejos May 27, 2013, 3:29 am

    Hey John,

    This post really made my day. I am constantly finding a list of blogging sites to blog comment but most of the sites I found has outdated posts in it. I have certainly bookmarked this page and i’ll try to visit all these links to find out which has an updated posts. Thanks for sharing this list.

  • James McAllister May 26, 2013, 12:59 pm

    You’re right, keeping a blog updated is the hardest part, and that’s why so many bloggers fail. That’s why I like creating static niche websites – once they’re up, you don’t have to worry about updating them nearly as much because readers aren’t expecting them to.

  • Chris May 24, 2013, 1:50 pm

    Great list, THX!
    Although I’ m from germany, I know a few of them and will visit the others soon!
    Chris recently posted..Hallo und herzlich Willkommen auf meinem blog!My Profile

  • Muhammad Umer May 24, 2013, 4:54 am

    My blog is also famous but not there 😛 Well next time may be i will came there.

  • Sandeep Kumar May 24, 2013, 1:18 am

    Hi John,

    Its really a great list. Many of my fellow bloggers are in this list.
    Could you please give 2 min to my blog ‘seobloggerstips.com’ I think you will find my blog to fulfill your criteria to be in above list.


    • John Gibb May 26, 2013, 8:35 am

      hi Sandeep
      I like your blog… I’d love to add it to the list, but it’s not possible… once I hit the publish button, there’s nothing we can do about it.

      I talked with Hesham about such before. He said it’s OK to mention the link in the comments section.

      So you got the opportunity to showcase your URL for free exposure. I’ve added your site to my guest posting/blog commenting list, and will follow ASAP. Hope many others will do alike :)


  • Ehsan May 23, 2013, 1:48 pm

    What a great list you’ve got here, John – Liked it. Thanks to Ileane of Basic Blog Tips for sending me this way…

    … And flattered to see my blog’s URL in the list.
    Ehsan recently posted..The Ultimate Guide to Starting a Blog – Everything You Need to KnowMy Profile

    • John Gibb May 26, 2013, 8:42 am


      You’re one of the guys I’m following and will blog comment (more often) and guest post there soon.

      Your site deserves to be amongst the top bloggers, don’t you think? :)

      John Gibb recently posted..The Art of SEO without Doing SEO…My Profile

  • Lewis LaLanne May 23, 2013, 1:29 pm

    First of all, thank you so much John for going through the rigor of helping find some more blogging sites to load into Feedly. The hard part is going to be deciding which of them I’ll start giving chunks of my time to. Let the discovery begin!

    I don’t know if this woman’s site meets every single one of your qualifications but she definitely gets my two thumbs up . . . http://bloggingwithamy.com/latest-posts/

    • John Gibb May 26, 2013, 8:45 am

      hi Lewis,

      You cannot really find out if a blog is worth your time, until you start blog commenting and guest posting on it. Guessing will make you a disservice.

      You’ll find that some comments won’t strike well, and some guest posts which you thought were not good will become viral. That’s something we cannot really control. What we have the power for though is on writing the best content possible, and submit it to the right audience/blog…

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts and Blog with Amy link (her site looks active)!
      John Gibb recently posted..How to Research an Article That Provides Value – Using Different Research Techniques…My Profile

  • Rudd May 22, 2013, 11:04 pm

    Wow, a very huge list. Always wondering where can I do blog commenting, now I have to look no further, this list will be very USEFUL.

  • Joseph Adediji May 22, 2013, 4:37 pm

    No problems, I hope Hesham will let you edit the post.
    I wont mind having my link in the bonus section.

    • John Gibb May 26, 2013, 8:50 am

      Actually that is not possible. I talked with him already. It’ll be beyond the scope of the article.

      Maybe a sequel will come. However, you got a free link mention in the commenting section, and I think readers who will be interested to check out your blog, and read the content, will stick there soon…

      John Gibb recently posted..Tunnel Your Vision For Long Term Affiliate Success!My Profile

  • Joseph Adediji May 22, 2013, 8:34 am

    Great List you have here John.
    I already bookmarked this, I will be using it for guest blogging and probably commenting.
    BTW, I was hoping to find my blog on the list, but no Luck!

    • John Gibb May 22, 2013, 12:09 pm

      hey Joseph

      with this list, I wanted to out-rank myself, and seek the best blogging blogs out there…

      not sure how come I missed yours… maybe I can talk with Hesham and allow me to include your site in the bonus section


      • Joseph Adediji May 22, 2013, 4:36 pm

        No problems, I hope Hesham will let you edit the post.
        I wont mind having my link in the bonus section.

  • yogesh pant May 22, 2013, 2:59 am

    thanks for providing the long list of the blogs where we can actually put our views after reading the content of the blogs. It was a real help provided!
    yogesh pant recently posted..Why is blogging becoming more popular among youth?My Profile

  • Mitch Mitchell May 21, 2013, 11:51 pm

    Thanks for having my blog link on this post; I appreciate it. I just want to make sure everyone knows that I don’t accept guest posts on my blog unless I ask someone to write one, and they have to have participated on my blog for a long time. In my mind that’s a big part of what this post was about; meeting bloggers who write often enough so that you can stop by, have your say, get to know them and other people, and then maybe, just maybe, you’ll be able to convince them later to allow you to guest post or they might even ask you. Great stuff!

    • John Gibb May 22, 2013, 12:12 pm

      hi Mitch

      I understand what you’re saying and I agree with you completely. You’re actually following the same “guest post approval” strategy as Adrienne Smith, another pro blogger whom I got to know online.

      I think you might have heard of her already?

      She rarely invites guest authors, and when she does — it’s one of her loyal blog’s readers (active commentators)

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  • Daniel May 21, 2013, 2:09 pm

    it is amazing to see that all those 69 blogs have an excellent rank in Alexa traffic. indeed guest blog is the ideal way of getting audience and backlinks as well, i’ve tried only 2-3 times so far because of lack of time.

    • John Gibb May 22, 2013, 12:16 pm

      hey Daniel,

      I wanted to focus on blogs that receive traffic and are constantly updated… that’s why not all blogging blogs were included, otherwise, I’d have created a 500-links post… LOL

      You’ve said you lack time…

      Well, did you ever think to outsource guest posting? Nobody says it cannot/shouldn’t be done, isn’t it?

      Or — maybe at least, have someone to do your content research? (it saves half of the trouble, at least)…

      Before you guest post, I highly recommend you blog comment on your target sites.
      John Gibb recently posted..How to Research an Article That Provides Value – Using Different Research Techniques…My Profile

      • Daniel May 22, 2013, 6:54 pm

        Hi John,
        Indeed you are pretty much right. However, first of all I do not really thrust outsourcing, second, even if I would like that, it would be impossible to use it because my site does not have a narrow niche, it’s more like a general media/news site and i do not think guestposts/outsourcing applies in that case. Or at least i’ve never heard someone guest posting on news blogs so far, though, i might be wrong:).

  • Jane May 20, 2013, 8:30 pm

    Now that’s a wonderful list. Thanks for including my blog :) I’m spreadsheeting this so I can use for commenting and guest blogging opps. Thanks for making my day John!

    • John Gibb May 21, 2013, 3:40 am

      hi Jane

      at anytime!

      your blog deserves to be included in the list as you’re a passionate writer and blog consistently

      it looks like this post got viral :)

      so I want to thank you, and everybody who helped promote it. Without you guys, the article wouldn’t see the light….

      • Avi Jit May 21, 2013, 1:48 pm

        Hi! John. Yup! the list has already gone viral. People who are searching for guest blogs have already started checking the blogs listed. You’ve done a great job. Really guest blogging and blog commenting are very good ways to get targeted readers and exposure. :)

        Thanks for sharing the article. I also thank you a lot for featuring my blog in the list. 😀

  • Stephen Malan May 20, 2013, 5:01 pm

    Good looking list. I have developed my own list to look at everyday and it makes commenting a lot easier and faster if you have a list to work from everyday.

    I like your comment about getting a feel for the blog by reading a few posts first. Think too many just shoot for the quick kill, one line comment, and then they are off to the next blog to do the same.
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    • John Gibb May 21, 2013, 3:43 am

      hi Stephen

      that’s one of the main reasons why I compiled this large list of top blogs… to aid the little guy have enough quality sites to read and comment on. It’s really a time saver, and most people don’t realize it until they start using it.

      I also recommend you write the comment in a word document. It’s an interesting creativity tool — it kills writers block and expands the one line comment into a full blown mini-article :)

      John Gibb recently posted..The Art of SEO without Doing SEO…My Profile

    • Charles May 21, 2013, 5:29 am

      I like that he also mentions taking a look at the comments that are already posted. I feel gauging the communities tone before jumping in is very important. Some blogs for example are pretty open to comments of any sort as long as you don’t wander into ‘e-fights’ territory. But some, man you better stay on topic with full sentences and all or you’re gone.

  • Vijesh May 20, 2013, 9:42 am

    Thanks John,
    I was quite surprised to find my blog in the above list and thanks a lot for the mention…

  • Jason May 20, 2013, 9:37 am

    Hi there John, great list you got here. Btw, I subscribed to your free copy of “The Road To Success” I hope I could learn affiliate marketing from it. I haven’t tried affiliate marketing so this is my starting point. Thanks for the free copy!

    • John Gibb May 21, 2013, 3:50 am

      hi Jason

      hope you make good use of this list, and start seeing (better) results.

      All it counts is you start using it on a regular basis – for both commenting and guest posting — and adjust your methods accordingly. You’ll soon start to realize how easy it is to make friends and get traffic. And never look back!

      As for affiliate marketing. That’s a long topic. I’m glad you’ve found the newsletter link and joined the list. See you on the other side. And check HWA blog often.

      Only the best!

      P.S. I see you have/or promote a social media APP. How does that work for you? I think you gave me an idea for an upcoming post :)
      John Gibb recently posted..Tunnel Your Vision For Long Term Affiliate Success!My Profile

      • Jason Gardose May 21, 2013, 7:41 am

        I’m back John, the app that I’m promoting is not yet finished. But my boss said we are closing to the launching date of the app. It’s an app that enables you to posts status updates in multiple social media accounts like Facebook, twitter, etc.. with out worrying privacy issues. If you want to write about it, I think I can arrange you a sneak peak on the app. I’ll tell my boss about it so that you can write a review or something about the app.
        Thanks John

        • John Gibb May 26, 2013, 8:54 am


          The app sounds ideal for all SM fans out there…

          My HWA blog schedule is full 30 days in advance, but thank you for the opportunity to review it. I’d be mostly interested to mention it in a guest post on another relevant site, instead of my own site.

          You’ll also do great contacting websites/blogs who review products/apps often.

          John Gibb recently posted..The Art of SEO without Doing SEO…My Profile

          • Jason Gardose May 27, 2013, 12:31 am

            Thanks John, we are still looking for additional app reviewers, we have 10 slots available I’ll be happy to give 1 for you. By the way if you have friends who want’s to try the app just tell me. We want to hear feed backs so that we can make improvements on the app.


  • Lydia May 20, 2013, 5:20 am

    This is a pretty good list. Blondish.net needs to be on that list.

  • Tuan May 20, 2013, 5:16 am

    Thanks for the great list.
    I’ve also just opened my blog at http://www.bloghelpdesk.com/ for guest posts. That’s great if it could be featured here. :)

  • Vishesh Kachheda May 20, 2013, 4:02 am

    Hey John,
    You have made an awesome list of the blogs!
    I knew about many of them & many i got to know about here only :-)

    Don’t hesitate to add mine here also, If you liked it! 😀 😉

    • John Gibb May 21, 2013, 3:57 am

      hey Vishesh

      thank you for the nice reply!

      I’d love to add your blog to the list, but it’s not about if I like it or not. It’s about relevance!

      Your blog is on the technology of blogging, isn’t it?

      I’ll consider, but cannot promise

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      • Vishesh Kachheda May 22, 2013, 11:36 am

        Hi John,
        First of all, thank you for even considering my blog. Actually its about both Technology & Blogging. I have posts about both but majority of my posts are about Blogging. So, please discover it & try to add it if you can!

  • Sugandha Agarwal May 20, 2013, 3:47 am

    Hey John,

    You did a great job by making all GREAT Blog list together. It will help all bloggers whoever are blogging whether some one is a newbie or a pro. Even, I too don’t know so many blogs among here. This will surely going to help.

    Thanks for the list.

    Sugandha! :)
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    • John Gibb May 21, 2013, 4:00 am

      hello Sugandha

      I still think there are many other relevant blogs out there that we can find about… that’s why I invited you and all the other readers to recommend more sites. Maybe we can expand the list, and learn from each other.

      You win – I win is the name of the game, don’t you think? :)

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  • Amal Rafeeq May 20, 2013, 3:36 am

    Hey John,
    Well made list. It will be useful for all sort of Bloggers. Whether it’s a newbie or a pro.
    And thanks a lot for including my blog in the list :)
    Amal Rafeeq recently posted..8+ Effective Ways To Improve Your Writing Skills As A BloggerMy Profile

  • Vivek May 19, 2013, 8:53 pm

    Wow, amazing list. I meas its just a goldmine of high authority dofollow backlinks. Thank you so much.

    • John Gibb May 21, 2013, 4:04 am


      Not all sites in the list are dofollow. In fact, most aren’t, I’d say (no follow still counts for ranking, by the way)

      You should…

      Stop looking at the list as a treasure ready for snatching. Look at it instead as a treasure where you deposit value (comments and articles worth spreading online) — the more VALUE you (and others) bring to it, the bigger it grows. Win-win-win…

      A different look at the same thing :)

      John Gibb recently posted..The Art of SEO without Doing SEO…My Profile

      • Vivek May 21, 2013, 4:57 am

        Please.Please, Please don’t take my words in wrong way.. or in simple way please don’t manipulate my words. I said its goldmine and I too said dofollow. And by these terms I meant guest posting and not commenting.

        And I think all the websites listed above offers gust posting opportunity to other bloggers. And when it comes to “”VALUE””, I don’t think these websites will accept any unworthy content or posts. So quality gets you in, RIGHT.
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  • Rajeesh Nair May 19, 2013, 1:27 am

    Cool list.. and that too at the right time when I am planning to write guest posts on some great blogs.
    Thanks for sharing..

  • Kevin Muldoon May 18, 2013, 3:59 am

    Fantastic article John. Honoured to be included in the list.

    There’s a lot of blogs there I didn’t know about. I need to update my newsreader :)

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  • saad May 18, 2013, 3:32 am

    AWSOME list ! thanks for the heads up and mentioning seoallrounder :)

    • John Gibb May 21, 2013, 4:19 am


      you deserve to be in this list!

      hope we can guest post on there soon, as I’m also blog commenting . Comment first, guest post second. That’s my method.

      What about you? :)
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  • myles May 18, 2013, 1:57 am

    A very good list. I will try to be active on these blogs. Also being active on various blog networks like the big names, technorati, and other like them can help improve the authority of our blog too.. Thanks for the list btw.

  • Sarah Harper May 17, 2013, 6:14 pm

    Hi John,
    You’ve done a great job by sharing such an awesome list. I’ve bookmarked this post and will schedule my discussions on each of the above blogs.

    Thank you

  • Darnell Jackson May 17, 2013, 1:33 pm

    Thanks for sharing this John,

    Appreciate it.

    Hey i wonder if there are any cool sites out there that use comment love that start with a Y?

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  • Peter May 17, 2013, 9:36 am

    Thanks for an awesome list! This list comes in handy when looking for blogs offering guest posts. Thanks for sharing.
    Peter recently posted..How to Stop WordPress Twilight ZoneMy Profile

  • Peter May 17, 2013, 5:50 am

    A good list for blogging blogs to guest post. However, is guest blogging really important with the numerous Google updates and yet most of use bloggers rely on traffic from Google because we run Google Adsense programs which does not consider traffic from social media?

    • John Gibb May 21, 2013, 4:34 am


      I use such lists for blog commenting as well.

      As for Google updates, understand them with your ears and eyes, and don’t buy what others say or think, until you do your own tests.

      Guest posting will never die. Overusing anchor text and keywords is not effective anymore for getting Google traffic.

      Google AdSense doesn’t consider traffic from Facebook or Twitter? How come?
      John Gibb recently posted..The Art of SEO without Doing SEO…My Profile

  • Joe Hart May 17, 2013, 1:03 am

    Compiling such lists is usually a tedious process..I admire the effort you’ve put in to develop this..And incidentally i’m motivated to create a list of sites discussing content marketing.

    • John Gibb May 17, 2013, 4:29 am

      hi Joe

      I thank you for your nice words. Yes, it does take time and effort. And you have to be really careful with how you select these blogs. I’ve noticed that most of the “top lists” out there include general marketing blogs or general health sites. I want to create niche relevant lists, and only include the cream of the crop.

      Ah. Content marketing is next on my plate :)
      John Gibb recently posted..The Art of SEO without Doing SEO…My Profile

  • Mitz Pantic May 16, 2013, 11:45 pm

    Thanks for adding one of my sites to the list John!! Really appreciate it!!!!! :)
    My site is one of only a few that mentions the word “website” and not “blog”.
    Mitz Pantic recently posted..3 Ugly Websites That Make Money by the Truck LoadMy Profile

    • John Gibb May 17, 2013, 4:23 am

      hi Mitz,

      Glad to connect with you here… My aim was not to include sites that include “blog” in the domain name, but ensure their content were at least 80% devoted to blogging, which is hard for a general marketing site to do.

      Some blogs , if not most of them, are too general, they include SEO and Social Media tips, and call them a blogging blog. Others are content marketing related and call them a blogging blog.

      With this list I wanted to skip these blogs and instead select sites that were targeting blogging relevant topics instead. Does it make sense?

      By the way, my partner, Codrut, emailed you a few days ago I think with a quest post idea for your site

      Let us know when you get the email, or what’s the best way to contact you? :)

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      • mitz May 17, 2013, 8:26 am

        I get what you mean John and you have made a great list. I also like to be different. :)

        P.S I did not see an email. The best way is to fill the form in on the guest post page. Also submit your first post through there. After that it is smooth sailing.
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  • Babanature May 16, 2013, 5:49 pm

    Hello Gibbs,
    Most of the list you mentioned are indeed great for i have visited them and most are my buddies. Thanks for dropping such a awesome list and do have a best week…
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    • John Gibb May 17, 2013, 4:18 am

      hey Babanature

      actually it’s Gibb… LOL

      Anyway, I’m glad to find that most of these bloggers are your buddies, and you know each other.

      Most of the top bloggers out there have a clean site layout and white background. That’s the most important aspect I learned from them. I bet you can “steal” some of their KEY elements and make your site top notch as well. As that’s what will keep readers come for more!

      Have a wonderful week-end!
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  • Tony Nguyen May 16, 2013, 3:15 pm

    Thanks John, this is such an amazing lists, I’m sure you have put efforts and time to create it. This is exactly what I have been looking for since I am struggling in promoting some products. Thanks again for sharing.

    • John Gibb May 17, 2013, 4:14 am

      hey Tony,

      glad to have you here and I’m grateful you’ve found the list helpful. You’re right. It did took some time. Like 2 days to double check everything is a good fit for the list. I’m sure I still missed some good blogs, so if you feel like there was a blog that deserved to be inside, let us know.

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  • Jason Benway May 16, 2013, 3:06 pm

    thanks for the list, I’ll have to check some of these blogs out (many I already read)

  • charles Leahy May 16, 2013, 1:47 pm

    Lol, its amazing where the web leads you! I began by finding a list of 101+ commentluv blogs to comment on, then the last one on there took me to 55 PR5 blogs to comment on, and now that list has brought me to yours :-)

    Thanks for the list, honestly yours is the best by far because all the links are clickable whereby the rest you had to copy and paste. THANKS!

  • Missy May 16, 2013, 1:22 pm

    Hi, John:

    Thanks for putting together this list, there are quite a few new entries I have not seen before. Guest posting is such a smart idea when it comes to promoting a new product or service. The key is to scout out proper (relevant) blogs and create a top notch post – if you do this, you will see results. Be it traffic, leads or sales.

    Thanks again for sharing. Cheers!
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    • John Gibb May 17, 2013, 3:41 am

      hi Missy,

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts

      I’m sure you’ll benefit from the links herein, not just for guest posting, but blog commenting too. I see you’re active on multiple sites 

      If I may ask… how many comments and guest articles do you average per week?


      • Missy May 17, 2013, 9:44 pm

        I lost track about two years ago, I’m a full timer online – so writing, guest posting and commenting is what I do day in and day out. Lol.

        But on average I would say about 30 comments a week, 20 guest posts and so on.
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  • Ammar Ali May 16, 2013, 1:15 pm

    You had done great work by collecting all these blogs, I’m glad to see my blog in this list, John.


  • Servando Silva May 16, 2013, 12:51 pm

    Hopefully I can get into the list soon :)
    Thanks for creating this list. I already knew around 30% of them, but there are a lot of blogs that are more related to technology than blogging.
    Still, I’ll go trough them and try to engage with my comments or guest posts.

  • Oluwaseun Babajide May 16, 2013, 12:40 pm

    I was actually looking for my blog on the list. Hopefully it will make the list soon…
    Thanks for the share.

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