Top 50 Free Blog Submission Sites List for 2020 With High DA

Blog Submission Sites

Blog submission sites are important for bloggers as they need to submit their blogs to these directories and get exposure to a wider audience.

Firstly, these sites list hundreds of blogs under various categories, such as health, technology, blogging, SEO, and others.

Secondly, people from all across the globe visit these blog submission sites (also known as blog directories) and access relevant content from many quality blogs listed there.

Apart from quality content, blog submission sites offer many benefits that we will learn later in this post.

If you search for the keyword – blog submission sites, then you will find a number of blogs claiming to have a huge list of such sites.

But most of these lists are similar and not even updated. In other words, such lists contain even those sites that don’t exist anymore.

For the sake of my audience like you, I have compiled a list of high DA blog submission sites. And, this list has been manually verified so that you do not face any problem.

What are Blog Submission Sites?

These websites store information about thousands of blogs that are arranged by the categories. And the number of categories could vary anything from 10 to 30. To add further, arranging blogs in such a way helps a visitor to find related blogs easily.

Some people call these websites as blog directories. You can also compare them with Yellow Pages as they list the online businesses.

Bloggers add the URL(s) of their blogs to these sites to get links and exposure to millions of visitors.

Many blog submission sites have an RSS feed option. As a result, whenever you publish a new post, it gets available on these sites.

Some blog directories ask for reciprocal links to rank up your blog in the listing.

Finally, blog directories earn through ads. And many of them charge money for listing a blog.

Are Blog Submission Sites still relevant?

It is a valid question after Google’s Panda updates. And, I would say, yes. The blog submission sites are still relevant. But you have to use them selectively. In other words, you should not submit your blogs to hundreds of sites.

So, not more than 20% of your backlinks should come from these sites.

But do not afraid too much. You can still submit your blog to high-quality sites and reap the benefits they provide.

What are the benefits of Blog Submission Sites?

Broadly, we can imagine three benefits of blog submission sites.

You get a backlink

Many websites provide dofollow links to your blog. But, a few of these sites only give nofollow links.  As you know, nofollow backlinks do not give any link juice. Still, they should be part of your link building exercise.

These links are not powerful if you compare them with the contextual links. Still, these dofollow backlinks provide some link juice to improve your blog ranking.

Your blog gets wide exposure

When you create an awesome post, you want to present it to a large audience. And you can partly achieve this goal when you submit your blog to blog directories.

The audience of the blog directories may visit your blog if it is relevant.  Apart from this, many visitors may even subscribe to your email list.

As a result, blog submission activity may send you some good traffic.

It improves the DA of your blog

The domain authority of your blog depends on the number of good quality sites linking to it and the age of your domain. So, backlinks from blog directories enhance the DA value of your blog.

If you analyze any high domain authority site, you will find thousands of sites linking to it.

For example, take the case of Labnol.org. It has a domain authority of 80 and the number of sites linking to it is 4261.

What are the drawbacks of using Blog Submission Sites?

  • Excessive use of blog submission sites for getting backlinks may backfire. Google may consider this practice as spamming and may downrank your blog. So, you should restrict yourself and have only say, 20% of your backlinks coming from these sites.
  • Many sites ask for money to list your blogs.
  • Some blog submission sites ask for a reciprocal link. But many of you may stay away from unwanted links on your site.
  • Without money or reciprocal links, these sites take months to list your blog. Moreover, it is also possible that these sites don’t list your blog at all.

Which Google update has affected the blog submission sites?

Many blog submission sites allow a blog’s listing without editor-review. Hence, Google termed them low quality or spam sites and its Panda algorithm has penalized them.

In other words, Google removed such sites from search results or put them low in ranking.

Google feels such sites allow people to manipulate link building. But, as per Google, link building should happen naturally.

In other words, if you have created unique, valuable content, then people should consume it and share it. And backlinks generated this way are natural and valuable.

List of High DA Free Blog Submission Sites for 2020

1. AllTop (DA – 69)

This website was created by an American whose name is Guy Kawasaki. He is also a former Apple Inc. fellow.

AllTop curates (imports) content from the best news sources for any topic. So, if your site has high-quality content, it will have a great chance of exposure to AllTop’s hundreds of thousands of visitors per month.

Moreover, any of your articles if selected, will have dofollow backlink from this high domain website. You can check them on the AllTop homepage.

To sign up, visit  https://alltop.com/register page. You need to add a few of the top sites suggested for “My AllTop” page.

Also, add your blog’s RSS feed. Once, registration is complete, you can see “My AllTop” page where all your selected sites’ RSS feeds are available.

Here, the listing is absolutely free.

Please note, links in the RSS feed on “My AllTop” are nofollow.

2. Blogarama (DA – 62)

It is one of the oldest and biggest blog directories on the web. Here, blog submission has both options – free as well as paid. Also, it has hundreds of thousands of blogs listed.

Sign up and submit your blog for free. Also, you can submit it to any of the categories – from Arts to blogging to travel.

Here, blog approval can take from a few days to a few weeks. Even after approval, only up to 50 posts can be indexed by this site in a free listing option.

On the other hand, if you opt for paid service, you will get same-day blog approval, an unlimited number of posts indexing, your posts on the homepage and other benefits. 

If you insert a reciprocal link at your site, then this site moderators will rank up your blog in the listing.

3. Entire Web (DA – 53)

Use https://www.entireweb.com/free_submission/ page to register and submit your blog here. And your blog will be submitted to Google, Bing, Yahoo, and many search engines.

Here, you get two plans – free and paid. Under the free plan, you will not be charged for one week, but after that regular charges per month will be levied. In return, you will get dofollow backlinks, social sharing, and more.

Moreover, if you cancel this option within the first week, you will not be charged anything.

4. Blogadda (DA – 52)

It is the largest Indian Blog directory that enables you to connect with Indian bloggers. Moreover, it is free and you can register on this site at https://www.blogadda.com/register/.

You also need to insert an HTML code of this site’s badge to prove you own the blog. And once the moderators are satisfied, your blog will get approved.

Also note that quality posts are listed on the home page of Blog Adda and get high exposure.

5. Blogflux (DA – 52)

This is yet again a high authority free blog submission site. And it houses thousands of blogs from all over the world.

You can register here. Afterward, your blog will go through the manual process of approval by moderators. So, be careful while filling up your details. And ensure the details are true and complete.

Apart from this, if you provide a reciprocal link to Blog Flux, your blog will go up in the listing.

Here, you will get nofollow backlinks.

Find below the required list in a tabular form:

S. No. Site Name DA
1 alltop.com 69
2 blogarama.com 62
3 entireweb.com 53
4 blogadda.com 52
5 blogflux.com 52
6 blogtopsites.com 52
7 indiblogger.in 49
8 blogengage.com 45
9 ontoplist.com 42
10 plazoo.com 42
11 bloghub.com 41
12 bloggernity.com 40
13 bloggingfusion.com 38
14 somuch.com 37
15 submissionwebdirectory.com 36
16 topsiteswebdirectory.com 36
17 blogs-collection.com 35
18 sitepromotiondirectory.com 35
19 a1webdirectory.org 34
20 cipinet.com 34
21 fuelmyblog.com 34
22 pegasusdirectory.com 34
23 1abc.org 33
24 prolinkdirectory.com 33
25 search.sonicrun.com 32
26 9sites.net 31
27 bedwan.com 31
28 blog-search.com 31
29 gainweb.org 31
30 highrankdirectory.com 31

You can find the full list of blog submission sites here.

How can we submit our blog to these sites?

Before you start submitting your blog to these sites, you should create a text file. And, in this file, you should write down details as mentioned below:

  1. Your first name
  2. Your last name
  3. Username
  4. Email id
  5. Password (should be strong). It should have a minimum of 8 digits and should be a combination of one upper case letter, one lower case letter, one number, and one special character. Moreover, it should not be the same as your name or username or email id.
  6. Your blog title, like in my case, it is Hari For You – Blog Journey.
  7. URL of your blog, like in my case, it is – https://hariforyou.com/
  8. 5 Keywords against which you want your site to be ranked.
  9. Category of your blog. It may be different on different sites as it depends on the options a blog directory provides
  10. A brief description of your blog.

You will need these details for all the blog submission sites. So, keeping them handy will save your time and make the process of blog submission easy.

After visiting a blog directory, you have to sign up. Then, you can start the blog submission procedure. You can try two or three blog submission sites daily until your list is exhausted.

How can we check the quality of Blog Submission sites?

You can take the following steps to arrive at the correct answer.

  • Firstly, check if a site accepts your link without any editor review. If so, it is not a good site. And do not submit your blog there.
  • Secondly, ensure the website’s age is more than two years.
  • The site should have a high domain authority. Since higher DA value is a sign of a quality site.
  • Check if the site has a high page rank.
  • Also, check if the site updates regularly. If yes, it is a good site.

How many of these sites should we use?

It depends on a particular blog. As stated above, not more than 20% of your total backlinks should come from these websites.

Further, if you have identified a quality site, then you should not fear, and submit your blog there.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Find below some frequently asked questions and answers related to blog submission sites.

What is blog submission?

When you submit the link of your blog to a blog directory, it is called blog submission. And this activity is done to get backlinks and exposure to your blog. In other words, it boosts the SEO of your blog and brings more traffic.

Where can I submit my blog?

You can submit your blog to 15 to 20 sites. At first, you may submit your blog to sites that are free and don’t want a reciprocal link. Moreover, submit to only those sites which have the manual process of approval as they are quality sites and don’t allow spam sites.

Which are the top blog submission sites for SEO?

Here are the top 5 free sites where you can submit your blogs in 2020:
1. AllTop
2. Blogarama
3. Entireweb
4. Blogadda
5. Blogflux

Are blog submission sites good for SEO?

Yes. If you choose high DA blog submission sites that have a manual approval process, you get quality backlinks and exposure. In short, it helps your blog’s SEO and ranking. But you should avoid low DA and auto-approval blog submission sites.

Should I submit my blog to those blog submission directories that ask for reciprocal links?

Search engines don’t like reciprocal links until these links are fully justified. So, you should add your blog to only a few high DA blog submission directories asking for reciprocal links.

What do I get from blog submission directories other than a link?

Apart from a link, your blog gets exposure to thousands of visitors of such blog directories. As a result, your site traffic gets a boost.
Moreover, some sites have forums where your answers can earn you new followers.

Final thoughts

If you use the blog submission sites wisely, you will get the benefits for sure. Sometimes, you become greedy and submit your blog to a large number of sites.

This action may bring trouble to you. Further, Google may consider you a spammer and penalize your site.

I am reminding you again, do not work on poor sites.

If you have anything to add, please write in the comment area.

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