Guest posting on Green and Prosperous
Thank you for contacting us about guest posting on the Green and Prosperous blog. Please read the guidelines below before contacting us at email@example.com
We are interested in guest posts from
- Green non-profits
- Green living/Healthy living advocates
- Writers and authors who have written about green/healthy living, toxic chemicals, organic and/or small-scale farming, green business, renewable energy, climate change, and related topics
- If you want us to (re) publish your infographic, you need to write an original 300-500-word introduction to go along with the image. Please don’t forget to send the embed code for your infographic.
- Requests from writers looking for backlinks to their personal or business green living websites will be considered on a case-by-case basis. However, if your primary purpose is to get backlinks, please contact us directly about advertising.
- Blog posts should be between 500 and 1500 words.
- Content of blog post must be in line with the interests and orientation of Green and Prosperous (i.e. green living, healthy living, environment, or toxic chemicals).
- Content must be original and non-spinned. We will verify that your content meets these 2 criteria.
- Your content should not be keyword-stuffed. Do not use searchable anchor text.
- Your information should be supported by hyperlinks and/or footnotes. Use reputable sources and avoid using highly polemical sites or Wikipedia as a source of factual information.
- You can include up to 4 links in your post, in addition to one in your author bio at the end of the blog post. Feel free to include a hyperlink to a page or blog post on the Green & Prosperous website in the body of your post (we appreciate that!).
- Posts should be grammatically correct, with good punctuation and style. We reserve the right to make minor editing changes and corrections.
- You can provide your own images or let us do that. If you supply your own images, they should be copyright-free. Please provide the photo credit information, even if it is “no attribution required.”
- Use subheadings to break up your content. We reserve the right to choose.