Are you an internet marketing writer who wants to share your words of wisdom?
We welcome new writers who need somewhere to begin posting articles and to receive feedback, or experienced writers who want to add their point of view to anova or one of our partners’ blogs and offer advice.
Why write for anova?
- We are one of the UK’s Top 30 Leading Google Partner Agencies.
- The potential of traffic from many readers.
- Be featured amongst fellow industry experts.
- The opportunity to create relevant backlinks to yours or your partners’ blogs.
Blog submission guidelines
- anova has final editorial rights. We reserve the right to refuse any content.
- Content must be original and not published elsewhere.
- All authors must supply a short bio (max 25 words).
- Submit a post with a minimum of 1000 words and one external link.
- Short sentences and paragraphs (4-5 sentences in a paragraph).
- A post must contain at least 10 subheadings (H2, H3, H4).
- You are welcome to provide a profile photo. It must be 100x100px.
- You will not be paid, and we will not require any form of payment.
- A post must have a featured image
- A post must have a minimum of one image within the content (no stock images).
- Submit a minimum of 300 words introduction for infographics.
- Here’s an example, from Moz, of the style and format we expect.
Writing for anova
- After submitting or pitching your article, watch out for a notification from our editors.
- The editor of anova may make grammar/spelling/formatting changes to your draft. We want your writing to feel polished and look attractive to the readers.
Writing for our partners
- For our partners’ blogs, your post will be immediately added as a draft. Then, the editors of that blog will have a chance to review your draft and schedule it for publishing.
- The editor may substitute/remove your chosen tags to draw a larger audience and categorise your story on the publication.
Use our pitch form to submit your ideas. Pitches are considered approximately once per month (around the end of the month). We try to provide constructive feedback when necessary, and we are very selective about what we publish.
Writing Tips: Set goals with Grammarly
The Grammarly guide will help you build your content and will not affect your feedback. Use it to make your work concise and with clarity.
The type of articles we welcome
We love articles that give tips, offer practical advice, provide a research case study, discuss opinions, teach, round-ups and how-to’s. We publish articles in the following categories:
- Design tutorials
- Design resources
- Digital Marketing
- Social Media Marketing
- Web & digital design
- Design inspiration
- Technology history & movements
- Creative thinking
- Business resources
- Home and Garden
- Floor and decor