Are you a traveler eager to share your experiences and drive traffic to your website? If you answered yes to both questions, you should consider writing an article for the Lakepedia blog.
- Topic must be relevant or at least tangential to lakes or water ecology. Great examples of content pieces that we are looking for include:
- Photo essays about lakes or attractions near lakes. Attractions can include beaches, geographical features like mountains, parks, etc.
- Travel experiences near lakes or around lakes including kayaking, canoeing, hiking, camping, boating, bird watching, etc.
- Fishing reports.
- Anything related to water ecology, the environment, and climate change.
- Content must be unique, not published anywhere else before.
- Please include at least 3 photos in your post. Pictures should have a minimum width of 750px. If you don’t own the rights to the photos, they should also be accompanied by appropriate credit.
- Content must be well written and useful for readers. Ask yourself: how can fellow travelers benefit from the content?
- The length of the post can be anywhere between 500 – 1,500 words.
- You can link to relevant sources of information. 1-2 links to your site/business are allowed, either in the body of the article or in a bio box at the end.
- You can include links to your social media accounts as well.
- We fully own the content that is published on our website.
- The author should help and support the community when feedback to the article is given.
- The article must not contain any grammar errors. Edit and proofread it carefully.
So what are you waiting for? Submit your article idea using the contact form below.
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