Getting 5 publishers to choose from is not enough. I am looking for a good fit and a healthy, well indexed site in Google for my professionally written, well researched posts. All too often, I get to choose from publishers with interior category pages with PR0 (gray bar) and not indexed. This is a strong indicator that Google has taken action on the publisher's site. Yet, with only 5 publishers to choose from, the chances of finding a good publisher is remote.
Either provide more publishers to choose from or provide bloggers with better publisher filters that report suspicious Google conditions:
PR of category pages
Category pages indexed in Google
Number of "hops" to blog page
MajesticSEO.com Trust and Citation flow
Average outbound links per page
Either provide more publishers to choose from or provide bloggers with better publisher filters that report suspicious Google…13 votes
Thanks for your feedback. The limit of 5 offers will be removed in a future update.
Recently, I've been seeing a lot of articles barely breaking the 500 word mark. I typically ignore all articles less than 650 words, regardless of quality. Can you add a feature to filter by article length, or add it as an option in my profile?1 vote
Adding min word counts to your profile is a great suggestion! We plan to add this asap.
Scrolling through opportunities it tedious work, allays scanning for a title that relevant. If you had a search bar you could type a word and see if its in any of the blog titles or even in the post itself.13 votes
This is a great idea – thank you!
I have worked with many advertisers now on postjoint, many of which I do not even realize at first until i recognize their name. I would love to just keep an eye on authors who i have published their work before because chances are, they will produce more content that I am willing to publish on my website. I have many guest bloggers who just email us directly since this feature is not in postjoint.6 votes
Please only allow blogs whose supposed owners are indeed the real owners.
You can do this by simply requesting users to temporarily upload something to their website via ftp or add a meta tag in the head section of the homepage.
Thus, you can avoid situations like mine where somebody added my blog in your system as long as he/she was not the real owner of the blog.
An optional way to verify domain ownership would be a great way for bloggers to add more credibility to their PostJoint profile.
As an advertiser, I have many clients that also have infographics. It would be a good idea to either make a section for infographics or have the option to upload one.27 votes
This is a planned feature.
I'd like the ability to have someone else on my team have the ability to log into PostJoint, using their own credentials, and make offers and interact with advertisers.
So, 1 overall PostJoint account with all our blogs, but have 2 or 3 "admins" able to review opportunities and make offers.5 votes
This sounds like a good addition to our roadmap.
Now there is no alternative to uploading blog image via a link, which is often not convenient at all since Box, Google Docs and other similar services' links are not accepted. To make a post more interesting we need to provide a direct link. Could you provide an option to upload an image into your repository or gallery?3 votes
Once your offer is accepted it will show you that it's awaiting publication, however if I am planning to schedule the post at specific date I can't hit publish now, and the advertiser may have questions about my ability to publish his post. Their should be another button which says schedule post that allows you to add a date stating when the article will be published.15 votes
We are planning to allow bloggers to specify the date / time scale for publishing a post when they make an offer.
For bloggers who cannot always be in front of their computer screens due to work [like yours truly], etc, an iPhone/Android PostJoint app would be very handy. We can check opportunities, leave offers, accept tasks and more even when we're on-the-go.6 votes
This is planned in addition to a better responsive design for mobile and tablets.
Would it be possible for blogs to put a call out for suggested content? Rather than just seeing articles that might be relevant, it would be great if blogs could make more specific requests for article topics or formats of posts.70 votes
It seems this would be useful to help advertisers fo focus on topics that bloggers are interested in. We are thinking about how best to integrate this into the system.
For example. I accidently added two incorrect blog URL's and cant delete them now. They've been denied and the URL's onteven exist because I tryped them in wrong.13 votes
This will be available soon. In the meantime you can email support for help. Thanks!
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