Write a guest blog for Blogging Explained
Thanks for your interest in publishing a guest post at BloggingExplained.com, the hub of uniquely insightful and actionable blogging advice for beginners.
First off, let me just say that I have been welcoming guest posts from creators like you since 2017 and genuinely enjoy collaborations.
Please continue to read if you’re interested in contributing to my website.
Guest Posting Guidelines for Blogging Explained
To maintain the standards that have been built over time, I ask you to follow precisely the following guidelines. It will save your time and mine.
- The post must be submitted in a Word document.
- The post must be at least 2000 words.
- The post must be original and not published on the Internet already.
- The post must target a keyword with search traffic and add value to my audience.
- There are no links to the home pages or product pages – Link only to helpful blogs.
- No keyword-optimized anchor for all external links.
- No affiliate links.
- You can add up to 2 external links per post, but I reserve the right to remove/modify the links if they don’t offer value to the audience.
- The post must interlink at least 2 links from my blog.
- The post must include bullet points and subheadings to better help readers understand the content. Also, ensure to break paragraphs for every 6-7 sentences.
- Your content needs to be free of writing errors (Use Grammarly, it’s a worthy investment!).
- You must use images/infographics that are royalty-free and copyright-free. Use the source link if you decide to use any third-party images.
What pitches do I usually approve of?
- You know me and engage with me on Social media or in blog comments.
- You’re an expert in blogging, SEO, and content marketing.
- You will provide at least 3 links to your past work that demonstrate your expertise.
- Your content is relevant to my audience and is high-quality.
How to pitch?
Please address me with my name, “Mudassir.” It makes me sure you’ve read my guidelines.
My email I.D is email@example.com.
If I like your pitch, you will hear a super enthusiastic response, and then you can start writing. If you don’t hear one, please take it as NO!