Submit Guest Post
The Complete Marketing Solution
How to Submit Guest Post on our website?
If you want to submit a guest post, please email your guest post to [email protected]. Your completed post should be sent to us as a Word Doc. You can send high resolution images, which we can resize and use.
Please add, short author bio of yours including a maximum of one anchor text link to your own website.
If your blog meets our editorial guidelines and aligns with our content strategy, we will reply you in 3 working days to let you know when your blog will be published. So, please do not send your blog to other websites being impatient. Even if we reject, your submission, we will notify you via email and you are free to approach any other guest blogging website. The entire publishing process may take from 5 days to 15 days depending upon our work load.
Guidelines for Guest Posting
We are one among the few websites which accept guest blogs. However, all submissions must meet our quality standards in order to get published. We cannot allow you to republish your guest post to your own blog, LinkedIn, Medium, or any other 3rd party websites. If we spot the same, the post will be removed from our site and you will be banned from future submissions.
Our team holds the right to edit and adapt your guest blog content as we may feel right. We do editing of all blogs received before publishing them on our website. Being a online marketing company, we only accept guest postings related to marketing, so please don’t send content for any other topics.
Guest Blogging Topics
Online marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Pay Per Click, Social Media, Email Marketing, Content Writing, Blogging, Traditional Marketing, Advertising, Web designing
In case, you do not find your topic here, please email us at [email protected] mentioning the topics on which you want to write a guest blog.
What Types of Guest blog we don’t accept?
There are few things we simply can’t accept:
- Anything other than blogs on marketing
- Anything that may be a link-building scheme.
- Any kind of promotional content.
- Any type of copied content
- Content with extensive grammatical errors
- Anything that’s offensive or inaccurate.