To contribute to the AdvertiseMint blog, guest writers must submit a final draft of their articles. The drafts must be heavily edited—submissions with egregious grammar errors will be ignored.
We accept topics related to social media and digital advertising and marketing. You can submit the following articles:
- Guides and tutorials
- Data analysis
- How-to articles and tips
- Infographics with accompanying article
- Step-by-step walk-through of a feature or app
Your article should be 100% original and well written, offering a unique angle, exclusive tip, helpful advice, or point of view. All articles must be at least 800 words, containing relevant images that support or compliment the body text. All images must include credit to the original source.
We do not accept articles that are not well written: articles that lack coherence and cohesion, articles that contain grammatical errors, spammy or irrelevant backlinks (i.e., links to your website that you want to promote), and an unpolished writing style.
We are not obligated to include links to websites you want to promote for SEO purposes. During the editorial process, we review each link to ensure they are reliable sources. If the links to your website appears as spammy or irrelevant, they will be removed.
We do not include author bios, but we do include a byline.
All articles will be subject to the edits of the editorial team: sentences may be reworked, paragraphs my be omitted.
We recommend reading our blog and style guide to understand our tone and thoroughly editing your drafts before submission. Here are examples of good AdvertiseMint articles:
How to Pitch
- Include article title in the email subject line.
- Provide a summary of the article: What it’s about, why it’s relevant to our readers.
- Attach submission as a Google or Word doc.
- Attach images from the article as a file.
- Email all submissions to email@example.com
Those who don’t follow the pitch instructions (not attaching a draft, writing a summary, etc.) will be ignored.
We don’t reply to emails with pitches that have been rejected. If you have not heard from us in within a week, submit your article elsewhere.
Don’t send emails with questions that the guidelines can answer.
Don’t pitch and ask us to generate topic ideas for you. The ideas should be of your own, showing us your ability to be creative, showing us that you have read and studied the blog.
Guest posts are unpaid.
Best of luck!