Guest contributors to Blogging Explained enjoy the benefit of building their traction, authority, and SEO. Concurrently, I can have a fresh voice of writing for my community.
Sounds like a mutual win-win?
Let’s kick in!
Write a guest post for blogging explained
Before introducing you to guest post submission guidelines, I’d like to share a few benefits of why writing for Blogging Explained is worth it.
1. I bring contributors to the fore
I know what it feels like to put your max effort into writing a guest post. I want people to notice your talent. So,
- There will not be any annoying, flashy, and sticky interstitials.
- No email signup or a free eBook popup.
Meaning nothing can stop my visitors from consuming your awesome content.
- You are allowed to have an author bio in which you can social media handles and one do-follow link to your desired landing page.
- You can have a max of 3 hyperlinks in the body in the relevant context (Given I approve of them).
Meaning the forever SEO benefit.
2. I get you traction
I will promote your post consistently on Twitter as if it is mine.
I put effort into making it rank page 1 on Google – By building link(s), Interlinking, optimizing the structure and regularly updating it.
I am fortunate to have some serious and Influential bloggers in my circle. If you write a guest post here, they’re likely to notice, which in turn can help you build relationships with them in the long run.
You can be a regular contributor for Blogging Explained which may help you add value to your writing portfolio and build authority online.
Guest posting guidelines for blogging explained
To maintain the standards that have been built here over time, I ask you to follow precisely these guidelines to avoid ending up in the bin. It will save your time and mine as well :)
What should you write?
My blog aims to help aspirants, entry-level and mid-level bloggers make sense of and use blogging and SEO strategies.
So the ideal subjects can be:
- Blogging basics
- Web hosting for bloggers
- Traffic strategies
- Link building tips and methods
- WordPress related advice
Or, choose one of these topics, which I'm interested in publishing on my blog:
- What is a blog and Introduction to Blogging?
- How to write a blog post (step-by-step) that drives SEO traffic?
- 5 Cheap and best hosting services for bloggers
- 3 Best WordPress themes for blogging
- How to promote your blog? A beginners guide)
- 10 Blogging mistakes to avoid
- Content marketing strategy for bloggers
- How to do keyword research for a blog?
- SEO for Bloggers: How to optimize your content for SEO?
- How to boost your blog traffic with social media?
- How to get backlinks to your blog? The beginners guide
Whether you write step-by-step how-to’s, case studies, educational, listicle posts, or organize a roundup, it must be well-structured, useful, precise, and insightful. Use data and relevant visuals to support your content.
I am looking for posts that will make my audience feel “awe.” Posts they bookmark for their reference.
While quality is crucial than quantity, your guest post must usually be a minimum of 1500 words.
And this doesn’t mean you form 1000 great words and remaining fluff.
You know how it works, right?
Your content needs to be free of writing errors (Use Grammarly, it’s a worthy investment!).
Write in shorter paragraphs, headings (H2 and H3), and add visuals and bullet points (where necessary) for better clarity.
How to pitch for a guest post?
Please address me with my name “Mudassir” it makes me certain that you’ve read my guidelines.
Here’s what I expect of your email’s guest post pitch:
- Subject: Guest post pitch
- About you: 2-3 sentences (Website and previous work)
- My proposed article is:
- Keyword(s) you’re targeting is:
- The SEO title, H1 and H2 tags you plan to use are:
Hit the send with destination – email@example.com.
If I like your pitch, you will hear a super excited response from me in no time, and then you can start writing.
After you complete the draft, send it to me via Google Docs. If I need any edits, I will put them on the Doc.
Please note that I may not encourage further discussion if you fail to comply with my blog requirements even after multiple edits.