Guest Post Opportunities
Thanks for your interest in guest posting opportunities at Wedding Pakistani.
What we are looking for?
We would like guest posts that fit within the Pakistani weddings theme, Which we cover on this site.
We cover a variety of topics, from catering, wedding planning to how to prepare a wedding dress.
Anything comes under Pakistani wedding categories would be welcome.
Keep in mind that we are always open to other topics as well, so long as they fit the general theme of this site.
Please contact us with your ideas and writing samples!
Benefits for Writing?
Reaching a new audience.
If you have a site of your own, the potential to gain new readers from this exposure.
Your article gets twice the social media promotion between the author’s and Wedding Pakistani’s social networks.
For the readers, the benefits include gaining insight & perspective from a new voice and the opportunity to
discover another informative, beneficial site to read as well.
Articles Must Have
The article that you write for Wedding Pakistani must be original.
In other words, articles should not be published on any other website, including your own.
We are happy to provide you a link back to your website, the article must not be covered
in links or focused solely on affiliate product sales.
We do reserve the right to do some editing work, mainly for grammatical purposes.
How soon your article will be approved?
and probably let you know within a day or two if it will be published.
Guest Post Guidelines
Please send guest posts via email in Word, Open Office, or Rich Text Format.
If you include the post within the body of the email, please make sure it is still formatted.
Please attach a few pictures for your post (and include image credits when necessary).
Please include internal links in your post – good resources, links back to relevant articles on Wedding Pakistani, etc.
Please do not include affiliate links.
Posts must be in good English.
Posts should be 500 words or longer (exceptions would be posts that have lots of images or video supplement).
Note that I reserve the right to edit posts for grammatical consistency or to add additional information. I will mark these as Editor’s Notes so that readers will know which parts were additions to your work.
Be sure to attach your author bio – I usually split this up between the top and bottom of the post. Also include an email address linked to your Gravatar image (or create one if you do not have one) and your Twitter handle if you have one. Comment replies to your post will be emailed to your email address.
The more you return to your post to reply to comments, the more discussion will happen which will encourage more social sharing and boost the popularity of your post.