09 Jan How to Submit a Guest Post to FiberGuide Blog
We receive an overwhelming number of requests for guest posts but unfortunately we have declined most of them in the past. We do accept guest posts but they must be of high quality, match the interest of visitors to the website and abide by a few basic rules. In this article, the requirements for guest blog posts on FiberGuide are outlined.
Article content and general guidelines
Articles should be original and should offer useful technical information to the reader. Articles written only for search engine optimization (SEO) without regard to the human reader will be rejected. The following general guidelines should be adhered to:
- The length of the article should be no less than 500 words and no more than 2,000 words.
- The guest article should be informative and not a mere company advertorial.
- All submissions should be in Microsoft Word format.
- All submissions should be in English.
- Fiberguide reserves the right to edit your contribution for grammar, style, and technical accuracy.
- You have the option to include images with the article
FiberGuide blog topics
Please take a look at the articles in the blog section of the website to get a feel of the type of topics acceptable. Topics should fall under the following broad topic areas:
- Fiber optics
- Optical networking
- Wide area networking
- Data centers
- Cloud services
Benefit to the guest author – back-links and social media reach
We understand that authors typically offer their articles in exchange for links back to their website. We offer at least two “do follow” back-links and possibly more for longer articles. Because our website is laser focused on a limited number of topics, the niche back-links you get are very valuable to websites within the same niche.
In addition to the back-links, we will share a links to good articles with the following social media networks; Linkedin(12,000+ connections), Twitter(7,000+ followers), Facebook (1,000+ fans) and 10+ social bookmarking sites.
Submit the completed article as an email attachment and any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org