We are currently accepting the guest posts. We accept guest posts from travel bloggers or from someone who has actually visited the place. We prefer a true experience and good storytelling over linguistic & writing skills
If you want a link back to post on your blog that’s fine. We offer one (do-follow) link back — either in author bio or body — per guest post. We link out to a page/post only(not to a homepage or product/service page).
Raacho Trekkers Guest Post Guidelines Copyright: The post must be unique and should not be published elsewhere. Content: We don’t mandate any writing style. We prefer a chronological account of your travel sprinkled with personal anecdotes and facts. English: Please check your spelling, dangling modifiers and grammar! Word count: 1,000 words is the bare minimum. Images: At least 1 featured image + 3 body images should be provided. All the images need to be high-quality, royalty-free and with a minimum of 1200px width. Links: We offer one (do-follow) link back — either in author bio or body — per guest post. A guest post linking out to a homepage/product/service would not be accepted. Guest post Submission
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If your guest post meets our guidelines, it will be published within a week. You will be notified by an email.
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