Our Guidelines for Guest Posting

We’re thrilled to accept guest posts! However, we prioritize quality over quantity. This means we won’t publish average content readily available elsewhere online.

Before submitting, please take some time to review this entire page. It details the kind of content we seek and the guest posting process.

Essential things for every guest post

High-Quality Content:

  • This is the most important factor. The website owner is allowing you to publish on their platform because they believe your content will be valuable to their audience. Write informative, well-researched, and engaging content that provides value to the reader.

Structure your content: 

  • Use headers, subheaders, and bullet points to break up your text and make it easy to read.


  • Ensure your content is plagiarism-free. There are many free plagiarism checking tools available online.


  • Include relevant blog feature images, infographics, or videos to break up your text and make your content more visually appealing.

Author Bio:

  • Include a short author bio at the end of your guest post. This is your chance to tell the reader a little bit about yourself and your website.

What we won’t accept

Low-quality content: 

  • Anything poorly written, with factual errors, or lacking in-depth information won’t be accepted.

Duplicate content: 

  • Replicated content from your own blog or elsewhere is strictly against the rules.

Thin content: 

  • Articles that are very short and lack substance won’t be considered.

Off-topic content: 

  • Guest posts need to be relevant to Blog Bursts’ niche and target audience.

Overly promotional content: 

  • Focus on providing value, not just selling your products or services.

Hate speech or offensive content: 

  • Anything discriminatory, hateful, or vulgar will be rejected.

Spammy content: 

  • Keyword stuffing or excessive self-promotion isn’t welcome.

Copyright infringement: 

  • Content containing copyrighted material without permission won’t be accepted.

Link Guidelines

Focus on Value:

Link to relevant sources: 

  • Links should support your content and provide additional value to the reader. For example, if you mention a statistic, link to the research study where you found it.

Relevant anchor text: 

  • Use anchor text that accurately describes the linked content. Avoid generic phrases like “click here” or “learn more.”

Balance and Context:

Limited promotional links: 

  • While a link to your website in the author bio is expected, avoid excessive self-promotion within the content itself.

Maintain a natural flow: 

  • Links should be integrated seamlessly into the text, not randomly inserted.


Dofollow vs. Nofollow links: 

  • It’s uncertain whether we allow dofollow links (which pass on SEO value) in guest posts. Some blogs use nofollow links (which don’t pass SEO value) to prevent guest posters from manipulating search rankings.

Target high-quality sites: 

  • If you’re allowed to include external links, focus on linking to reputable websites relevant to your topic.

Here are some additional things to consider:

Anchor text: 

  • The text you click on to follow a link is called anchor text. It should be descriptive and relevant to the linked content.

Broken links: 

  • Make sure all your links are functional before submitting your guest post.

Content checklist

Title must be (50 to 60+ characters)

Clear and concise: 

  • Get straight to the point and accurately reflect the content of your post.

Target audience: 

  • Craft a title that appeals to Blog Bursts’ target audience and interests.

SEO optimization: 

  • Include relevant keywords that potential readers might search for, but prioritize readability over keyword stuffing.

Content (800+ words):

In-depth and informative: 

  • Provide valuable insights, analysis, or explanations on your chosen topic.


  • Back up your claims with credible sources and data.

Structured and organized: 

  • Use headers, subheaders, and bullet points to improve readability.

Engaging writing style: 

  • Use clear and concise language, avoid jargon, and incorporate storytelling elements to keep readers hooked.

Illegal Content

  • Prohibited: Content that is illegal, promotes illegal activities, or infringes on legal rights.

Intellectual Property Abuse

  • Copyright Infringement: Content violating copyright laws, including DMCA compliance.
  • Counterfeit Goods: Promoting or selling counterfeit products.

Dangerous or Derogatory Content

  • Hate Speech: Inciting hatred or promoting discrimination based on race, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, or other characteristics.
  • Harassment: Content that harasses, intimidates, or bullies individuals or groups.
  • Violence and Self-Harm: Threatening or advocating for physical or mental harm, including suicide or self-harm promotion.
  • Extortion: Exploiting others through extortion or blackmail.

Animal Cruelty

  • Cruelty: Promoting cruelty or violence towards animals.
  • Endangered Species: Promoting the sale of products from endangered or threatened species.

Misrepresentative Content

  • Deception: Misrepresenting the publisher, content creator, purpose, or content itself.
  • False Affiliations: Implying false affiliations or endorsements.

Unreliable and Harmful Claims

  • False Claims: Demonstrably false claims that undermine democratic processes.
  • Harmful Health Claims: Promoting harmful health claims or contradicting scientific consensus on major health crises or climate change.

Deceptive Practices

  • False Engagement: Enticing users under false pretenses or stealing personal information.
  • Deceptive Promotions: Promoting content, products, or services using deceptive claims.
  • Political Manipulation: Coordinating content to mislead about politics, social issues, or matters of public concern.

Manipulated Media

  • Deception: Using manipulated media to deceive users about politics or social issues.

Enabling Dishonest Behavior

  • Misleading Tools: Promoting tools or services that enable users to mislead others.
  • Unauthorized Access: Promoting hacking, cracking, or unauthorized access to devices, software, or websites.
  • Surveillance: Promoting surveillance tools designed for unauthorized tracking.

Sexually Explicit Content

  • Graphic Content: Graphic sexual text, images, audio, videos, or games.
  • Non-Consensual Themes: Content with non-consensual sexual themes.
  • Deepfake Pornography: Promoting or creating deepfake pornography.

Compensated Sexual Acts

  • Prostitution: Promoting sexual acts in exchange for compensation.
  • Escort Services: Promoting companionship or escort services.

Mail Order Brides

  • International Marriage: Facilitating marriages to foreigners.

Adult Themes in Family Content

  • Misleading Family Content: Adult themes in content made to appear family-friendly.

Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation

  • Exploitation: Content exploiting or abusing children, promoting sexual exploitation, or endangering children.

Note: If their guidelines aren’t clear, feel free to reach out to us & We kindly ask all contributors to review these guidelines before submitting their blog post.

Content that deviates significantly from our guidelines may be subject to removal, including the possibility of removing all your guest posts and/or blocking your account from future submissions.

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