Guest Post Submission Guidelines
We are very slowly opening up the Indinfoods platform for you. You are welcome to contribute your foodie stories, or anything else that you think fits in what IndianFoods stands for.
What can I write about?
Foodies Stories and Recipe Tips is what makes the bulk of a travel blog. Do read a few posts and see that you can add to existing stories on IndianFoods. We would prefer stories about foods that are not already covered on the blog, although it is not a condition. Your personal experience of a recipe, healthy foods, tying a new cuisine or anything like that would make a good story.
Any promotion/self-promotion would not be entertained. All posts must be original and not published elsewhere in any form. Feel free to bounce any other creative ideas with us at email@example.com. In fact, you must discuss the idea with us before you start working on the post.
Can I put links in the guest post?
No commercial links in the guest post. For commercial links in posts write to us separately. You are welcome to put up to 2 relevant links in the post including one in your bio. We need your picture and a brief bio ( about 50-100 words) to go with the story.
What should the post comprise?
The post should be at least 1500 words. A 2000-2200 words post is ideal. Word count includes the words in your Bio. We would need at least 3-5 images to go with the story. Images must be copyright free, any infringement would be your responsibility. For your own images, the submission would mean your permission to let us use the images with your blog post.
You can also submit a photo-essay with a minimum of 10 images. We would still need at least 400 words to go with the photo essay including the words in your bio. Please do a spell check and grammar check before submitting the stories. We prefer stories that come from your own personal first-hand experience. We strongly discourage stories done based on secondary research.
Stories must be original and not published elsewhere including your own blogs. You can re-publish them after 30 days on your own platforms. You remain the moral author/owner of the content and we will own the publishing rights.
Do I get paid for writing the guest post for IndianFoods?
No, this is an opportunity for you to reach out to our audience & build your body of work as a food writer.
Changes to the Guest Post
We reserve the right to edit the stories to match the style and tone of IndianFoods. We also reserve the right to not publish the story if we need to for some reason, although we do not see a reason for this to happen too often.
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