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Write A Guest Blog Post For NoSweatShakespeare!

Into Shakespeare, able to write well and have something interesting to say? You may just be in luck! We’ve decided to start accepting pitches for guest blog posts for our ever expanding Shakespeare blog.

If you’re interested in writing a Shakespeare, Jacobean or Elizabethan themed guest blog post for NoSweatShajespeare there are a number of guidelines  to follow. Failure to adhere to these will result in your post being rejected. We also reserve the right to not publish a post if it’s not up to certain quality standards.

 

Content

Your post MUST be around the topics of:

  • Shakespeare
  • Shakespeare’s contemporaries
  • Jacobean or Elizabethan life
  • Stratford Upon Avon
  • The Globe Theatre

If your post is simply an advertisement for your own blog or product it well be rejected. You are welcome, however, to include links back to your site or other sites provided that they add value to the article. We rarely remove links, but reserve the right to do so.

 

Guidelines

  • Your post must be original content, not published elsewhere on the Internet;
  • You must not publish the content elsewhere on the Internet once it is published on my site.
  • Link to your Google+ profile in the format of <a href=”https://plus.google.com/(number)?rel=”author”>Google+</a>

Read 9 Ways to Become an Exceptional Guest Poster on ProBlogger.

 

Editing

We will edit your post for grammatical errors and facts. We rarely make many changes, but if we do we will send the complete text of the post to you before it is published.

 

Submitting

Once you have an idea related to safari travel and are interested, please contact us using “Guest blog post” as the subject. Once we’ve approved your topic, please take your time to write it and make it a great blog post.

 

We’re looking forward to seeing what Shakespeare themed blog posts people come up with!

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