Would you like to write about Arabic? Have you published a book about Arabic? Do you want to share exciting news about Arabic? The good news is: You can use Arabic for Nerds and tell my readers about it.
As a guest author, you decide which topics you want to cover. They should, of course, fit my blog. Blog posts about “The Latest Weight Loss Diet” or “Fried Eggs Made Easy” don’t really fit in here.
So, your guest post should broadly deal with the areas of Arabic, Arabic culture or Islam. If that’s the case and you’re not one of those pesky SEO agencies that try to use some tricks to place backlinks for their clients on my Arabic blog, then you’ve come to the right place.
As far as content and style are concerned, I won’t put any obstacles in your way. However, I have a few points that are of great importance to me when writing the guest post.
Guest article guidelines:
- I do not publish pure advertising texts.
- I do not sell DoFollow links, so please refrain from such requests.
- You should own the image and copyrights to the images that you publish in the post.
- Anyone can write a guest post – only pr agencies and companies are excluded.
- Your guest post should be unique. By this, I mean that the text has not already been published on another blog or website. Duplicate content doesn’t work at all.
- I reserve the right to make changes to your blog post at any time, e.g. spelling mistakes, punctuation, etc.
- I decide on the time of publication. Don’t worry, I usually try to publish your guest post as soon as possible.
- You can, of course, publish links to your blog and your social media channels, as long as they are not pure advertising and affiliate links.
- Use subheadings when writing to give your guest post some structure. Not only do I like this, but Google does too.
- You decide how long your contribution will be. But it should be more than 800 words.
I hope I didn’t scare you off with my list. Experience has shown that it is important to tell you, as a guest author, what I value in guest posts. You can’t even imagine what kind of very pushy requests I’ve already received.
Do you still feel like making your own contribution to the Arabic learning and speaking community? Then don’t hesitate and use the following form to tell me your topic suggestion. I am always available for further questions.
In any case, I am happy if you become part of the Arabic for Nerds community, and I am very excited about your Arabic stories that you would like to share with my readers and me.