How To Create A Stunning Guest Author Bio That Sells

Do you know why you don’t get clicks on your guest post? It’s because you pay little attention to your guest author bio.

Believe it or not, even if you’re a good guest post writer with remarkable writing skills and can’t write eye-pulling author bio’s, your guest post is as good as dead.

Writing a byline is just as important as your guest post. They go together.

Why Is My Guest Author Byline Important?

Your author byline is the main key you need to convert your competitor’s readers into potential customers. However, if it’s not well written, structured, or organized, you may lose potential readers.

Since August 2012, I’ve written over 400 quality guest posts for myself and my clients. My guest author byline is the main reason why clients keep hiring me for their guest blogging campaign.

Most content writers and guest bloggers don’t pay attention to their author byline; what they don’t know is that the success of their marketing career starts from that point.

If you want to convert leads, then you must work on your author bio. Even if it means you hire a guest posting service, do it!

Just last week, I helped a client attain the first page of Google for a highly competitive keyword through guest blogging. I should have written the case study here, but I’m not permitted to do that. I hope you understand.

If you work on your guest author bio, you’ll attain the first page of Google easily!

In this context, I’ll be sharing some guest post tactics I learned from Neil Patel. These tips will guide you on how to write a perfect guest author bio.

Suggestions For Writing A Perfect Guest Author Byline

1. What’s your profession?

2. Who’re you? What do you do, and for who?

3. Call to action.

How you answer the above questions determines how often your link will be clicked. So ensure you answer the above questions rightly.

Here’s an example of a perfect guest author bio:

‘’ This is a Guest Post By Daniel Adetunji, a web content writer and guest blogger who offers content writing services to online business owners. He’s also the CEO of Infowland.

Need a reliable ghostwriting or content writing service? Contact him!’’

If you observe or criticize the above guest author bio, you’ll notice it is not cluttered with too many words. I tried as much as I could to summarize my profession in less than 76 words.

Here’s a breakdown:

1. Who are you?

”This is a guest post by Daniel Adetunji, a web content writer and guest blogger who offers content writing services to online business owners.”

That was clear and concise. I summarized my personality in less than 40 words.

2. Who’re you? What do you do, and for who?

”Daniel is a web content writer and guest blogger.”

The above clearly shows that I’m a content writer—this will lead to future freelance opportunities.

3. Call To Action

”Need a reliable ghostwriting or content writing service? Contact him”!

That was catchy and straight on point!

Why You Shouldn’t Link Your Guest Post To Your Home Page

It isn’t good to link to your blog’s homepage. Instead, always ensure you link to your inner pages; doing this will boost your rankings.

Guest Blogging Takeaway!

Do you have any tips to add to the ones above? I’d love to have your thoughts and suggestion on this.

PS. I offer custom-tailored guest posting services. Contact me if you need ghostwritten content, guest post, and articles.

 

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