Specky Geek needs more content to keep its readers engaged and happy. If you want to write for us as a regular writer, please drop a line with your sample write-ups at contact [at] speckygeek.com.
For guest posts, send your original, unpublished articles directly. We will revert as soon as possible (sometimes even within minutes).
What are we looking for?
Specky Geek is all about blogging tips, SEO, WordPress and making money online. We would be too happy to have you on board (or as a guest) if you have experience as a blogger or an SEO or WordPress expert. If you have made money online, you are most welcome!
What to expect?
If you want to write as a regular or part-time writer, we will offer you a mutually-agreed compensation. For guest posts from active individual bloggers in the same niche/space, you get a maximum of two backlinks (no-follow or do-follow, based on site-wide settings) (read below for guest posts from companies) to your website in the byline/description. The first link should point to the homepage of your website with the name of the website as the anchor text and the second can link to the homepage or an inside page of the same website with any acceptable anchor text. You can have links to only one website from one post. No monetary compensation is given for guest posts.
Advertise: Sponsored Posts
If you are a professional link-builder or SEO executive working for a company, you can make use of the “Sponsored Posts” opportunities. Pay a one-time advertising fee (contact us for the cost) for publishing the Sponsored Post with up to two DO-FOLLOW backlinks (article quality and backlinks criteria remain the same). All Sponsored Posts (which can be clearly labelled as such) will be stay on this site forever. The post will be guaranteed to stay live on this site for a minimum one year.
Broad guidelines for articles
- All articles should be 500-plus words, original, unpublished and written exclusively for Specky Geek.
- They should be written in British English (refer to Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary).
- Use simple English and avoid jargon.
- There should be no factual and grammatical errors.
- Please use screenshots and images where necessary.
- Do not plagiarise.
- Do not violate copyright laws.