Guest Blogging Guidelines
We love having guest writers. We especially love guest writers who have something interesting to say and have an iPhone-related blog already. It’s not essential but they’re generally the people who – given the fact they live and breathe iPhones, or at least write about them regularly – can provide some interesting insights, tips and reviews for our readers.
Guest bloggers who are writing purely for links should contact us first. We do allow links (both in the body and the bio) and they are ‘dofollow’ however we’re not interested in publishing blog posts that have been written solely for links. If you’re writing on behalf of an agency please contact us first as well, as we may be able to suggest a more suitable angle for your article.
In terms of guidelines, we’re not too strict for the time being. Just be sure to keep to the following:
Write great content. Seriously. Think about what you’re going to write and make it truly exceptional. This will not only ensure your post gets published by us but also that our readers will click through to read your website or begin following you on Twitter/Facebook. Guest blogging is not just a way to build links – it’s a way to build readers, fans and followers and loyal ones at that.
Please note: We’re not spelling and grammar Nazis but please note we do proof-read everything that comes through. Articles with excessive spelling or grammar mistakes won’t be published and we don’t really have the time to edit them. If English isn’t your first language, or you don’t have a strong command of the language, please consider getting your article written/re-written by someone who does.
Make sure it’s unique. If you’re thinking about submitting us some content that you’ve submitted to hundreds of other sites, forget it. This includes content that’s spun or re-written.
Promote it. If you write a piece of content for iPhoneBloggers.co.uk you should be willing to promote it on Twitter/Facebook/Stumbleupon etc as well. We’ll do the same.
Apart from that there’s not a lot to say. If you’re a blogger yourself most things should come naturally for you. If you do have any questions just get in contact and we’ll be happy to help you out.