Guest Post Requirements ~ Diane's Vintage Zest!

Guest Post Requirements

So you're interested in guest posting here on Vintage Zest?

Thanks so much for your interest!  Here are a few more details on what I am looking for, and I look forward to hearing from you soon.  :)

P.S. - Here are some examples of some of my past guest posters!

Why guest post?
  • Your guest post will feature your name, a short bio, and link backs to your blog or website.
  • Guest posts are promoted all over my social media!  That's Google+, Facebook, and twitter blasts.  :)
  • My readers are the best, and all of them will get to meet you and your blog!

  • Post topics must be something of interest to my readers.  My most common topics involve sewing, organization, crafts, travel, recipes, and home decor.
  • A minimum of 2 high-quality images must accompany the post.  More is better!
    • Please host the images on your website or public photo album.
  • There is no minimum post length, but I would love for you to share more with my readers!  I may ask you to write a bit more if it is too short.  :)
  • All content must be original. No republished posts, but you may post it on your own blog 1 week after it has been published here.

Submission Process
  • Posts MUST be submitted 10 business days before it is scheduled to publish.
  • Posts must be submitted in HTML format.
  • Editing:
    • I will only edit the posts for minor grammar mistakes and clarity.
    • Feel free to link to as many of your past articles!  However, I will remove any affiliate/promotional links and may add links to related articles from Vintage Zest.

If you are interested in submitting a guest post or becoming a regular contributor, send me an e-mail here saying hello!  Please make sure to include a link to your current blog/shop, a link to a few of your favorite posts, and a few ideas of what topics you would like to contribute.  Click here for a sample of past guest posts.

Hope to hear from you soon!


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