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If you are willing to write for us, contact us but first make sure to include in your request:

  • One or more topic proposals;
  • The web address to wich you would like to link;
  • Examples of previous articles you wrote.

Proposal missing these simple points, will be automatically refused and considered as spam. After we accept your Guest Post make sure to read and to accept all the guidelines below. Articles not respecting the guidelines will be refused or sent back for editing.

General Guidelines for guest blogging

  • The article has to be original, informative and adhere to the topic given or chosen. No spammy content please, or the article will be refused.
  • The length of the article should generally be between 500 and 1500 words;
  • Review your article several times before submitting and make sure it's in correct English as much as possible, that there are no typos and that you use correct punctuation;
  • If the content will not be satisfactory, we will ask you to modify it before publication;
  •  We will choose the category that best fit the article unless otherwise agreed;
  • At the beginning of each Guest Post, we will add a few lines of introduction;
  • Seo Optimization and the use of keywords, naturally integrated, is very welcome, but no keyword stuffing please! A rate of 3% is more than enough, better less than more.
  • For non paied guest posting linking is allowed only to personal pages. No affiliate links.
  • We don't pay writers in any case, it's a free exchange, you write an article for us, and we link back to your personal page.
  • It's possible to include other pertinent external links not connected in any way with the author.

What we want from you

  • Provide a text document with the article, no html formatting, don't change the font or the font color. You can attach the text directly in the e-mail message;
  • Each author can have a short Bio with a maximum of 80 words. If you want your own Bio, send it along with the article.
  • It's possible to include a link in the Bio, but only to personal pages, unless otherwise agreed in advance;
  • Provide some title suggestions, possibly using the same keywords you used in the text;
  • Provide a meta description of 140-250 characters (it will appear in google search) and 5 to 15 comma separated keywords to put in the meta keywords;
  • Include photos as specified below.

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  • Photos need to be in context, beautiful and personally owned, or to have a Creative Common license or to receive the authorization from the author.
  • Articles without photos will be refused. If you don't have any, use the advanced search of Flickr selecting: Only search within Creative Commons-licensed content > Find content to use commercially.
  • Copy also the link to the profile or website of the photographer, so that we can link to him in the photo credits;
  • Provide also captions for the photos.

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Davide VadalàDavide Vadalà
I like to say that I'm a gypsy traveller. In 2009 I quit my job to chase my dream of exploring our wonderful planet in a sustainable way; thanks to my itchy feet, I had a lot of incredible adventures and I got closer to my goal of becoming a travel photographer. I love nature, sustainability, outdoor and hiking, and I never stop dreaming. More about Davide Vadala'. Content attribution on Google +

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