Here at Technology in the Arts, we accept and welcome guest contributors.
Want to contribute an article to Technology in the Arts? Let us share a few reasons why contributing to our site is a good idea:
- You’ll get a backlink to your site. We all know that backlinks are an important SEO factor that helps you rank higher on Google.
- If you don’t own a blog, you can practice writing high-quality, SEO-friendly blogs on Technology in the Arts and learn all the important aspects of this type of writing.
- If you are a freelance writer, you can build a portfolio by writing on Technology in the Arts and market your writing skills among our readers.
We appreciate bloggers and businesses with good and valuable content to publish with us. In return, we will promote your content through our website and all social media channels.
With Technology in the Arts, you can reach a wider audience who are actively and eagerly waiting to read great content on tech – its past, present, and future.
But before you submit a guest post to Technology in the Arts, read the following guidelines carefully to ensure that your post gets approved.
To become a contributor at Technology in the Arts, here are some tips that will get your article accepted and published:
- Head over to the Technology in the Arts homepage and check out a few of our old articles to understand the content that resonates with our audiences the most.
- Here are a few categories that we publish articles on. However, make sure that there are no duplicates with previously published articles:
- Emerging Technology
- Arts and Technology
Requirements for Guest Posts
Please review the guest post submission requirements below before submitting your content pitch. Any submission that does not include ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS BELOW will not be accepted.
- Use original, non-plagiarized content.
- You must have the right to use the content shared with Technology in the Arts.
- All quotes and extracts used in the content must be attributed accurately.
- The content must not be self-promoting.
- You can include a link to your blog or website if it is relevant only. But remember, your post should not contain promotional material or affiliate links.
- Your content should be free of errors and grammatical mistakes.
- Your content should be between 1,000 and 3,000 words.
- Your content should not be used or posted elsewhere.
We reserve the right to edit the content and remove typos, grammatical mistakes, and inaccuracies. We may also remove or edit the images in your submission to meet the size and style requirements of our blog.
Please also understand the publishing is not guaranteed. The submission of your content does not guarantee the publishing of the content.
Email us your ideas, pitches, and submissions at: [email protected]
We’re encouraging you to please review our editorial guidelines before providing us with topic pitches.