How to Write for Talking Antiques
Would you like to write for Talking Antiques? Perhaps you have a collection you would like to share with us all or maybe you’re knowledgeable about a particular niche? We are looking for interesting and fun articles that our over 60k Facebook members would enjoy reading. This is your opportunity to share your collection or knowledge and at the same time, you can publicise your business if you wish.
How to write for Talking Antiques
We want to make this blog great and so there are a few quality guidelines we ask authors to follow:
- 300 words absolute minimum. More if you like. There is no upper limit but if it’s over 1200 words maybe you would like to split it into two?
- An original piece, written by you which has not been published elsewhere on the internet.
- Please include a photo we can use. This needs to be original where you own the copyright or where you can prove usage rights. JPG format only. Heres some ideas on where to get you antiques pictures
- One external link to a page relevant to the article.
We want Google to love your article as much as we do. To help with this each article will have focus keywords. These will appear in the title, in one sub-heading and at about 1% density in the article. For example, the focus keywords of this article are “write for talking antiques”. We will only use each set of focus keywords on one article on the blog.
Of course, you want credit for your article. This comes in the Author Bio at the end of your page, just like mine at the bottom of this page. Here you can sell yourself and you can place a link to your business, Facebook Page or anywhere else you choose. You can add a picture for your Bio too, 80 x 80 pixels is ideal.
Ready to write? Please contact Anne Haile before making a start. We need to check that your subject isn’t already being covered and when best to slot it onto our timetable.
This little article follows the above guidelines. We do hope you will choose to write for us.
A busy bee who is Antiques Dealer, Blogger and Yogi. I love to share my knowledge of antiques and jewellery here and on my own blog at www.antiquesavenue.com. I run AntiquesAvenue.co.uk where you can buy wonderful antique jewellery.
You will find my shop on Talking Antiques as Annes Antiques. Also Admin