We’re currently accepting guest contributors for our Inbound Marketing & SEO blog, so if you’d like to write for UK Linkology – here’s your chance.
You’ll find details on where & how to send your pitch below, but first, please read the information below.
We typically cover topics that include:
- Link building
- Content marketing
- Email marketing
- Influence marketing
- Conversion rate optimization
- Lead generation
- Social media
And we’re looking for content that:
- Is 100% unique and well written
- Is focused around in-depth and actionable advice
- Is a minimum of 1,000 words
- Is well formatted with a focus on readability
- Includes examples & screenshots
- Isn’t self-promotional (that’s what your author bio is for)
What do you get out of this?
When you write for us, you’ll get:
- Your byline below your article with a link to your website or landing page
- Promotion to our social following & email subscribers
- Extra credibility & all the good stuff that comes with it
Before you pitch…
We don’t accept guest posts from:
- People who don’t have any real world experience of the topics we cover
- Agencies that offer similar services to us (if you offer very tailored solutions such as just PR, or just email marketing – go ahead and send us a pitch)
- People who are pitching guest posts on behalf of someone else
A few final things to remember:
- Don’t email us with a crappy generic template – We’ll spot these easily (read this post for some tips)
- Don’t send us a complete article – This makes it obvious the post wasn’t written for our blog
- Don’t pitch us a topic that you don’t have the expertise to write about – This would be doing our audience a disservice
- Don’t tell us how much you love our blog (or any variation of that) – this sort of opening line is on thousands of BAD templates and we’re more interested in the insights you can share with our audience
- Personalize your email – If you don’t include our editor’s name, you won’t get a reply
We know you’re smarter than this, but we have to say it to encourage those peddling low quality content to deselect themselves from the process.
What information should you include in your pitch?
- Why you think we should consider your pitch (e.g. your accomplishments & experience)
- Links to your personal social profiles & your blog and most importantly, the company you work for (i.e. the site you want to link to in your author bio)
- Links to 3 previously published articles that aren’t published on your own blog (these must be about marketing)
- 3 topic ideas & a short outline/description of each one
If any of these are missing, we’ll know you haven’t read this page.
Where do you send your pitch?
Send your email to Jason. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to write “I want to write for UK Linkology” in the subject line.
Don’t forget to mention his name in the email and to be clear – don’t send a duplicate email via our contact form or send the same email to our regular contact email address.
This will tell us that you’ve read this page!