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The basics for each Guest Post we publish
Successful guest contributions are comprehensive, data-driven and interesting articles that educate readers about something new in the technology world. While we tend to drift towards content related to web-technology, branding, and marketing methods, that is not all we are talking about.
We also want to publish topics of interest to marketers, including hiring, team development, job hunting, writing, design, math and big internet trends, among others.
We also look for these elements in everything we publish:
- Original concepts, convincing arguments and high quality writing. Write content that focuses only on quality and adds value to your readers. To make sure your article is published, write a very original article written specifically for the WebPlover audience. We will not publish anything that has been published elsewhere.
- The articles must cover the subject in detail. Incomplete details like half-cooked foods. Nobody likes incomplete articles.
- The article must reflect the style / tone of blog writing, being casual and easy to digest. We aim to be readable and helpful to everyone, and we generally avoid buzzwords and jargon.
- Correct reference of data, citations and external content referenced in the article. WebPlover respects individual work, and if your idea is derived from someone else’s work, give them credit. The same goes for the photos you use in your message. Please give credit when credit is required.
- The images speak a thousand words. If you’re writing lessons, take a screenshot. Add images to convey your message, but keep in mind, don’t just keep adding it. And images must be of high resolution.
- The size of Featured Image of your post should be 560×314
- You will have the opportunity to create a brand by contributing a blog post on WebPlover, but no more than one link to your company website (note: this includes the home page, blog, pricing page, etc.) in the publication text.
- If you are a blogger, you can submit your video to the YouTube channel on WebPlover. Just create a video, send us an email and we’ll tell you how to send the videos.
The different Guest posts we accept:
Here are some of the categories we accept. Remember to do a search on WebPlover to avoid submitting previously published ideas.
- How-to and tutorials
- WordPress Themes & Plugins
- Other Website Builder’s and CMS like Drupal & Shopify
- Programming Languages
- Content Writing
- SEO Tools
- Digital Marketing
- Remote management
- Social Media Management
Although we occasionally publish guest posts that do not fall into any of these categories, your publication has the best chance of being accepted if it matches one of these formats.
We’ve done our research to find out what types of blog posts work. Here are some of the most successful types of blog posts:
- Graphics: These publications rely heavily on graphs, data info graphics or other visual aids created by the author. Usually it contains a few introductory paragraphs, the embedded media itself, and not much else. The drawing should be complete, easy to read, have an interesting narrative, contain good white space, and present properly sourced up-to-date data.
- Experiment / Analysis: Have you recently had a marketing experience that has never been done before? Or maybe you have finished analyzing your data or that of your customers who have produced wonderful information? Write it down and send it. These publications should include static data, actionable solutions, and full explanations for each step in the experimentation or analysis process. Readers should have enough information to repeat your experience or study if they wish.
- Canonical: These publications provide readers with in-depth tactical meals supported by recent and relevant examples, original quotes, original drawings and current data. Although we don’t want to put the word count on our blog-posts, it tends to run 1500 words or more. When readers end this blog, they should be able to implement it immediately on the specific topic, and very few questions remain on how to do it.
What we will not accept:
There are a few things we cannot accept:
- Everything covered in our blog before. Please research our site before submitting your articles.
- Anything that can be interpreted as a link building scheme.
- Anything that is very promotional for your business or organization.
- Anything that is offensive or inaccurate.
- Anything that is fully or partly plagiarized or copied.
- Anything that is overly critical of individuals or businesses – this is not a site for grievances.
- Submissions must meet WebPlover Blogging quality standards. Publishers reserve the right to refuse contributions at their discretion.
- We cannot yet allow you to republish your guest post on your blog, LinkedIn, Medium or Inbound.org. Although you can keep sharing its link on all channels.
- The WebPlover blog team reserves the right to modify and adapt the content of your guest post as we see fit, and to update it in the future for accuracy and completeness.
- WebPlover reserves the right to include a call to action for WebPlover content, including, but not limited to, newsletters, e-books and any other content.
- In rare cases, guest contributions may be deleted from the blog and the URL be recycled.
- We respect each other’s work. In the event that we discover that you have copied an article from elsewhere, you will get an immediate ban and an immediate deletion of all your blog articles and your WebPlover profile.
- In addition, by submitting a message to WebPlover, you are granting us copyright ownership for that post. This helps us to solve all the problems related to DMCA.
Submitting your post indicates that you have read and accepted these notes and conditions.
And do not forget to include a 2-3 sentence CV with what you send.
Thank you for your time!