Guest Posts or Sponsored Posts, Links, Snippets

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Guest Posts or Sponsored Posts, Links, Snippets2019-06-15T13:49:43+03:00

Guidelines for Guest Posts

If you’re looking to present your products or services, or simply promote one of your blog posts, then check the sponsored posts or sponsored links and snippets sections below!

Guest posts are currently accepted and they are free! Almost any type of article related to WordPress will be accepted (e.g. tutorials, tips, listicles, etc.), as long as it meets the below guidelines.

  • It has to be well written in English, otherwise, I’ll end up rejecting it. So, if you know that your English level is not at least Upper-Intermediate, please don’t send a guest post request;
  • It must be unique/original, not duplicate or spun. Even though spun posts are pretty hard to spot, I do take my time in checking them out and I usually manage to spot them, therefore rejecting them at any given time, even after I happen to publish them;
  • It has to be longer than 500 words unless the topic is about a tip, hack or quick fix;
  • The topic shouldn’t be found on the blog already;
  • It should be well structured and comprehensive. Images should be used where and if possible (they are a must for tutorials). You can check some of my posts for examples;
  • Any external links added can be changed or completely removed, so I recommend not losing time trying to add backlinks to other websites;
  • The images should have a maximum width of 750px. Preferably, they should all be the same size, 750px, for design purposes;
  • An author bio is a must and the backlink (nofollow) will go there.

Payment won’t be requested!

If you want to write a guest post, or if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch!

1. I reserve the right to add internal and external links to the post, including affiliate links.

2. I reserve the right to make certain changes to the post before publishing it or even in the future (e.g. if some parts are not well-written, if some things that you might recommend get outdated, etc.).

These terms can be updated in the future.

Last updated: 11/8/2018

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