Calling all writers!
Rosey Gardener is now accepting guest writers to submit their gardening anecdotes and articles.
If you live in North America and are specially dedicated to your rose plants and gardens, then this just might be a great opportunity for you to take on.
We are now accepting guest posts that are relevant to the overall theme of our website content. If you have tips and stories about how you grow your rose plants, we would love to hear about it. Also, once you’ve submitted an original piece and it passes our screening, this article will be bylined under your name. This way, you wouldn’t come off as a ghostwriter for our website.
We require these articles to have a word count of 700 to 2000. They must be free of grammatical and typographical errors, and the content must be unique and cohesive. Any article that talks about irrelevant topics will not be considered or published on our website.
If you are interested in this venture, head over to our contact page and I can send you a list of effective keywords to get you started. Moreover, we will require you to submit a 150-word bio as well.
Criteria for the Content we want
- The content must be worded and written in your voice, based on your understanding and experiences.
- Don’t use stock pictures. Instead, submit images that you have taken yourself. This is because Google prioritizes specific photographs.
- The article should not be reproduced, plagiarized, or distributed in any other medium, whether online or in print. You must be the original author of this piece.
- Your social media bio should contain the following link
- Your essay must be at least 700 words in length.
- You must be a resident of North America, or at the very least fluent in English. This is because the majority of visitors to my website are in this area. We will also consider Australian and New Zealand-based writers as the exception.
That said, your article can be rejected if we are still required to rewrite it, correct typographical mistakes, or make other revisions. We do not have enough manpower to accommodate any editing requirements, so if you feel like your skills need more work, we suggest you send your work somewhere else. We hope you understand.