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We are thrilled you are interested in contributing to the content here at loadrecords.com! Here at loadrecords.com, we are interested in posting the unique perspectives and writing styles of creative contributors as this help make our content diverse and cutting edge. In continuance of this tradition of creativity and excellence, we have put together a list of tips to make your contribution as awesome as possible. Keep reading.
Tips for Writing a Guest Post
1. First things first: What To Do Before You Get started Writing
a. Review our existing content
Our existing content is a great indicator of the kind of content e are looking for. While we do not expect you to simply reproduce what we have already published, we do expect you to produce content that matches the style, tone, and topics of what we are already publishing. As such, existing content helps you better understand what it is we are looking for in our content. Be sure to read our existing published content from the various navigational content we use to get a variety of perspectives.
b. Consider your topic or angle
Now that you have an idea of the kind of posts we enjoy publishing, you can now begin to think about what you would like to contribute to this space. You can begin with your article topic and crafting your major points and the headers that go with them that will help you round out your argument or article content.
2. Style Tips for Writing Your Guest Post
Now that we have gotten the preparatory essentials out of the way, it is time to delve directly into the steps you should take to write great content. Here goes:
a. Be conversational in town
Typically, the best-written articles – irrespective of how complex the argument may be – tend to feel like a conversation to the reader. It feels like the writer is speaking directly to them, causing the reader to resonate more deeply with the content (i.e. the arguments, gist, opinion, etc) even if the perspectives therein are different from their own.
b. Show your personality
We each have a unique way of telling our stories and the stories of others. Allow your idiosyncrasies in this regard to shine through in your article. Remember, your quirks are a part of your charm and they give your article the relatability that users enjoy when reading our content.
c. Use a direct voice
Attention spans are shrinking every day. As such, it serves the writer well when to ‘speak’ to the reader using a direct instead of passive voice. The passive voice, while great for some written contexts, is generally not the best fit for web-content – our website included. The passive voice feels a bit like going around the mulberry bush when the reader just wants to get to the point. Which brings us to our next point.
d. Technical tips for great writing
Personable, conversational, direct writing (which sums up all the tips we’ve shared so far) speaks directly to great style. However, on the internet, other features also apply. These features include the following:
– Use short paragraphs (no more than a few sentences)
– Use headers (sub-headings) to introduce your paragraphs
– Avoid run-on sentences by using bullet points where applicable
– Use sentence connectors to connect ideas and avoid run-on sentences
All the above recommendations, when followed, are combined to designed to make the article visually scannable. That is, the reader can scan the article and from the headers, bullet points, and other features designed to separate the different parts of the article can decipher the general gist or meaning of the article. While we want our readers to actually read your article and not just scan it, staring at an article that reads like a wall of text can be off-putting.
Additionally, search engine algorithms tend to favor these articles that are written with clear headers and proper layout – making your article more shareable and more likely to be found on the wider internet. This is great news for us.
There you have it! All the Tips for Writing a Guest Post on our site. So, what are you waiting for? Get started writing your article and make your submission today.