First off, thank you for wanting to contribute to Blogging Aid. It means a lot that someone like you wants to write for us. So thanks.
I must warn you, though...
I can get a little picky with what content I accept and publish on Blogging Aid.
So if you're not up to the challenge...
...The "Create Content That'll Make Me Go WOW!" Challenge...
...Then I understand. I'm sure there are hundreds of other blogs (on blogging/marketing) out there you could write [crappy] content for. (HAHA!)
Anyway, I'm going to write up our content guidelines below and then leave a link to the guest blogger's application, which is a Google Form.
Blogging Aid's Content Guidelines
If you browsed around the blog a little, you probably noticed what our main focus is. But in case you missed it, it's to help struggling bloggers (basically).
That means our readers aren't necessarily beginners who have yet to start their blogs. But rather beginners who know a little about what to do, but still need some of help.
Pretend you're writing for a guy with a medium to low quality blog who has OK content and very little traffic. OH! And he makes less than $50/month.
So if you're thinking about pitching me a post about starting a blog or anything similar, you better get that out of your head.
Here are some topics of what you should be thinking about in your guest post pitch:
I'm sure you know exactly how to craft web content. But just in case, maybe you're having an off-day or something, I'll show you.
Here are some tips for writing the content:
Types of Content
To give you an idea of what types of content you can create for Blogging Aid, I'll put together a quick list below.
Check it out:
Ready to pitch us your fantastic ideas? You have 2 options:
Alright! I will be looking forward to hearing from you.
Happy Pitching! 😀