Tankquarium.com, a leading online platform dedicated to fishkeeping enthusiasts, is thrilled to announce that we are now accepting guest posts from passionate writers and fishkeeping experts. This article will outline the guest post guidelines for Tankquarium.com, ensuring that submitted articles align with our vision of providing valuable and informative content to our readers.
1. Relevance to Fishkeeping and Aquariums:
Tankquarium.com is committed to offering comprehensive information, tips, and insights about fishkeeping and aquarium-related topics. Therefore, all guest posts must be directly related to the world of fishkeeping and aquariums. Topics may include aquarium setup and maintenance, fish species profiles, aquatic plant care, water quality management, fish health and disease prevention, aquarium equipment reviews, and other relevant subjects. The content should aim to educate, inspire, or inform our readers, helping them enhance their fishkeeping and aquarium experiences.
2. Originality and Exclusive Publication:
We value fresh and unique content for our audience. To maintain the highest standards, all guest posts submitted to Tankquarium.com must be original and exclusive to our platform. We do not accept articles that have been previously published on any other website, blog, or medium. Plagiarism or duplicate content will result in immediate disqualification.
3. Minimum Article Length:
We appreciate well-researched and in-depth articles that provide comprehensive information to our readers. Therefore, all guest posts must have a minimum length of 1500 words. This requirement ensures that the content is sufficiently detailed and offers valuable insights to our audience.
4. Concise and Informative Writing Style:
Tankquarium.com values clear and concise writing that effectively communicates ideas and information to readers. Please ensure that your guest post is well-structured, organized, and free from excessive jargon. Avoid unnecessary fluff or overly complex language that may confuse or alienate readers. Focus on providing practical tips, sharing experiences, or presenting research-backed information to engage and educate our audience effectively.
5. One Dofollow Link Policy:
To maintain the integrity and quality of our content, we allow guest authors to include one dofollow link within the article. This link should be relevant and add value to the readers, leading them to a reputable website or resource that complements the content. However, promotional or overly commercial links will not be accepted. We reserve the right to remove any link that does not comply with our guidelines or align with the spirit of our platform.
6. Ensure Topic Exclusivity:
To provide our readers with fresh and diverse content, we request that authors choose topics that have not been previously discussed on Tankquarium.com. This ensures that the information presented in guest posts brings new perspectives and adds value to our existing content.
If you meet the above guidelines and wish to submit a guest post to Tankquarium.com, please follow the steps below:
- Prepare your original article, ensuring it meets the minimum length requirement of 1500 words.
- Proofread and edit your article for clarity, grammar, and spelling errors.
- Include a short author bio (approximately 50 words) at the end of the article, along with a high-resolution headshot and relevant social media links.
- Submit your guest post as a Word document or PDF file to [email protected].
- Our editorial team will review your submission and notify you of the status within two weeks.
- If approved, we will notify you of the publication date and any minor edits, if necessary.
Tankquarium.com welcomes fishkeeping enthusiasts and experts to contribute their knowledge and expertise through guest posting. By adhering to the guidelines mentioned above, you can showcase your passion for fishkeeping while providing valuable insights to our readers. We look forward to receiving your original, informative, and engaging guest posts that will contribute to the growth of the fishkeeping community.