Do you want to blog about blogging? Be my guest!
After four years online, Blogsite Studio is looking for bloggers to submit guest blog posts regularly.
We’re talking stories about the art of blogging, the blogosphere, WordPress, social media, and related Web technology. You can post on your own schedule, using your own voice, and whatever topic you choose. Just do it well.
Original, insightful, opinionated, accurate, well structured writing
Adherence to current blogging and journalistic conventions
High quality link placement
Knowledge of current tech advances
Post lengths of 500-1500 words
While are free pick your topic, there are a few areas we especially welcome:
Guest bloggers must provide a minimum of two original or copyright free images for each post.
Guest blog posts may not be overtly promotional or contain low quality nor affiliate links.
Guest blog posts must always be original and unpublished, and never app generated or scraped.
All guest blog posts are exclusive to Blogsite Studio and may not be reprinted without permission and attribution.
Since guests will post their own stories, in the role of editor, they must know how to blog on WordPress. But, then, using WordPress is half of what Blogsite Studio is all about.
What’s in it for guest post-ers
You’ll receive full credit for your guest blog posts with a linked Author Bio in the footer. Each post creates a high quality link pointing to your own site. So, link building.
If you are a new writer or blogger and want to learn, we’ll coach you on developing your style and technique. So, education.
I wish I could say there are perks like wine or food, but there’s not. I can possibly offer any conference passes I’m given and entree to industry circles. And sometimes, swag!
You’ll also get strokes, accolades and shout-outs from me, and really, isn’t love what it’s all about?
How to get started
Please send me an email (marikane (at) blogsitestudio.com) telling me about yourself, along with a sample post on a tech-related topic. Show me your style so I can see if there’s a fit.
If there is, I’ll ask for a list of topics you’d like to write about in the future. I’ll ask for a bio, a gravatar, and your preferred blogging schedule.
And we’ll take it from there!