To make it easier for third-party companies to contribute to our blog, we've restructured our guest post guidelines as follows:
The guest article must be related to the topics discussed on the iplocation.net
website and must be of good quality.
The desired article length is about 1,000 to 2,000 words, however, we do not impose a hard limit on the length as long as the article is determined to have good value to our audiences.
The article must be detailed, unique, and not published elsewhere on the web.
We do not post articles that heavily "advertises" a specific product or service, and hence do not indicate "sponsorship" in the article. All guest post articles submitted are subject to approval, and we have the right to either reject or modify the original content to meet our high standards.
You must get approval on the topic you're writing about before sending us an article. Send us a few topic ideas, and we'll let you know if the topic fits our audience. We may already have articles on the topics you may plan to write, so it is important to let us know ahead of time.
We allow up to 2 external outbound links to websites relating to topics we discuss on iplocation.net. Links to a spammy website, or sites determined to be harmful to our search engine ranking will not be allowed. We also DO NOT link to sites relating to Casinos, Pharmaceuticals, Dating, or any other sites intrusive to our audiences. The outbound link will be contained within the body of the article. The outbound links are "nofollow" by default unless the landing website has a reputable Google rank. For do-follow links, there will be $100 sponsored post fee.
The outbound links cannot be shortened URLs or affiliate links. Shortened or affiliated links will not be honored even if the article is sponsored.
The outbound link will stay indefinitely unless (1) we determine the link is harmful to our search ranking, (2) the landing website may have changed its original content, or (3) there is a conflict between the affiliate program we may opt-in in the future. In the event we decided to remove the link, we'll let the author know of such a decision.
Once we post the article on our website, we own the content and we have the right to edit or modify the content to suit our ongoing needs. As an author, you may link to the guest post however you desire but published content will be owned by us to allow us to modify it when it becomes outdated.
Please send us the desired Title and Meta Description tags along with HTML formatted article.
If you have any questions relating to our guest post policy, please inquire by submitting a Contact Us form or sending us an email at [email protected] Thank you very much for your interest.