Terms & Conditions for becoming a Guest Blogger
Your post subject matter must be related to the art industry.
Your post cannot be an advertisement for a product or the equivalent of a sponsored post.
Your post must be original and submitted by the owner.
You may provide up to three byline links that support the article and/or include links to your site and social media. Typically, we ask that you limit byline links to no more than three- 1) a blog reference site, 2) your website, and, 3) your twitter handle.
Your post should be between 500 and 800 words.
You should also read these very helpful tips to maximize your post.
a. “Anatomy of an Effective Blog Post” by Michael Hyatt
b. “9 Ways Become an Exceptional Guest Poster” by Darren Rowse
We will likely copyedit your post for grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc. If we make substantive changes (unlikely), we will email the post back to you for your approval before posting.
We may provide a short introduction or conclusion to your post to provide context or the rationale as to why we think the post is important. We will make sure that our comments are set off from yours stylistically, so readers are clear that these are our words and not yours.
We understand the work that it takes to write a blog post. However, the fact that you have written a post and submitted it to us does not obligate us to publish it. If we do not approve your guest post, we do reserve the right to offer little to no explanation as to why we did not approve.