Get traffic, backlinks and exposure by introducing your site to our rapidly growing community. WPWarfare is fairly new WordPress blog but in that short time, we have experienced an incredible growth. To continue that trend we now are accepting guest posts.
If you have an idea for a guest post then please contact us with your idea, a title and general outline of the post following our guidelines bellow. We only accept WordPress related articles so please make sure your idea is relevant and you possess the required knowledge about WordPress to write about it. We will not accept generic posts and posts about any other subjects than WordPress or blogging in general.
Please note that all links will have a ”no follow” HTML attribute, but to ”no follow” attribute defense, such links are still valuable links and provide referral traffic with signals to search engines. Well written article or a blog comment for example, even with a ”no follow” link can funnel a decent amount of traffic to your site, which could ultimately lead to more leads and conversions. So in general ”no follow” links are far away from being worthless. Great content or comments can sometimes be picked up by other high authority sites, news portals and so on – and they could end up ”sourcing” your domain, thanks to an article posted on a reputable website.
Guest Post Guidelines To Follow:
- We only accept in-depth, practical and useful blog posts at least 1000 words long with relevant media files (attached separately in ZIP file) and only WordPress related articles.
- You can include links to anything useful and relevant within the post, but please avoid any affiliate or self-promotional links.
- The bio should be 2-3 sentences and you’re allowed to add 1 link maximum (rich anchor text links are not allowed). We also require email address with your gravatar image.
- The guest posts should have a basic structure broken down into short paragraphs for easy reading.
- When you’re ready, email your article (as an attachment) to vairo [at] wpwarfare.com. We’ll do a quick review and respond as soon as we can.
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WPWarfare is currently looking for writers to contribute posts on a freelance basis. If you have a good working knowledge of WordPress or Blogging in general and feel like you can contribute to WPWarfare we’d love to hear from you. Please send examples of blog posts you have written before and few post ideas you think will add value to our site and our readers. Writers will be paid on a per-post basis and rates can be discussed with the individual.