Guest writers welcome!
Send an email message to email@example.com with your personal info and the attached files (text and pictures) for your post.
In seven days (usually sooner) you will receive a reply with the link to your post or the reasons of the rejection.
1.- Real writers only
Include in your email message some links to your blog and other guest posts you wrote before, and a small bio including a picture of you. If you are a marketer, write about marketing; if you own a coffee store, write about coffee.
2.- 1,000 words posts of unique content
The content needs to be at least 1,000 words with no fluff. You can always make a post meatier by adding details and steps, so why not take an extra hour and write a better blog post? Take your own photos; posts with stock pictures will be rejected.
3.- Only posts you’d like to read
Do not send (once again) posts about how to create a business online or boring posts about ten places to visit in Europe (with only three lines on each place). We like posts about details: how install that wonderful post in your new website or your favorite Boston’s street.
And, remember, with your own photos.
4.- Content on current topics
We are very interested in articles about recent issues: the new app you just discovered, the last service closed by Google, the Madrid’s bakery you are now in love with or the concert you went last Saturday.
If you don’t know what to write about, open a newspaper website, check the topics you are an expert on, and write your own opinion about them. (If you do not have an opinion, you are not an expert: have a nice day).
5.- Only useful links
You can add as many links as you like, as long as they enrich the post. It is possible that in the edition we will delete those we do not consider relevant.
You should also include a link in your bio so that readers can verify who is the author of the post.
6.- We want full ownership of the text
You transfer ownership of the text to us. You may not republish the text on any other website, but we may partially transfer it to other websites, citing the author.
If you do not agree with these points, please, do not waste your time … and ours.