We’re always looking for new bloggers and authors to contribute to our blog; so if you’ve got an idea for our blog - we want to hear about it! It doesn’t have to be something completely groundbreaking (although we wouldn’t object to that); it just needs to be something relevant and engaging for our audience.
While writing guest blog posts can be time consuming work, it can be seriously rewarding. Our current content is read by thousands of people around the world per week; and has been picked up by numerous leading digital publications (eg. Digital Arts Magazine, Huffington Post, and more).
Guest blogging for us can help position you as an expert in your field, to readers across the world; including potential employers, clients and publishers. Additionally, we’re happy to ensure you get a backlink to your site, helping to amplify your blog or website, with increased exposure and traffic. This can also provide valuable search engine optimisation for you.
Posts on our blog are also shared across our social media, and in our marketing emails/newsletters that go out to thousands of companies across the UK and internationally.
What we look for
Ideally we ask that you submit a rough draft, or even just a short pitch/idea to us, summarizing your article. The more you’re able to send us, the better the feedback we can provide. Please bare in mind, we only accept original content, so please do not send work copied from someone else.
Please don’t send us press releases or sales pitches, while we love to hear about new products, it’s not something generally appropriate for our blog.
What’s most important, is that you learn a little bit about us, and understand our audience. Those who write content that is both relevant and engaging are the ones who reap the real benefits that come with guest blogging.
How to submit articles/ideas
We ask that all submissions are sent via email at [email protected]. Google documents are perfect as it means our editors can quickly and easily provide any required feedback, directly within your draft.
We aim to respond to article submissions within 48 hrs with feedback, and/or approval.