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A very interesting post. It takes time to build reputation and thus your social media following. And i strongly agree with your last point - the idea of buying fb likes to boast off your fan base might sound cool, but these likes will surely not convert into genuine traffic whenever you post a link to your "artificial followers" :)
Certainly Nikkin. These days accepting guest posts on your blog can be very risky. Some pesky article marketers think of guest blogging just as a medium of building links and this spoils the spirit of guest blogging. I was infuriated over the reply i received by my so called guest blogger and ever since then i have been highly skeptical whenever someone asks me for a guest submission!!
Agree, these are huge corporate blogging communities attracting thousands of guest bloggers because of their high reputation, authority and credibility !
Glad that you agree with my points !!