Here are some guest post guidelines to keep in mind when you share a guest post for LambdaTest
Original Concepts and Practical Examples
Have an original concept with compelling arguments and high quality of writing. Plagiarized content will not be accepted. Also, try to include practical examples in your content, making it more relatable to your audience.
Blogs, once published, become the property of LambdaTest. Therefore, if you wish to republish it, you must obtain approval from LambdaTest. Blogs will also need to include a canonical tag marking the original article published on the LambdaTest blog as the canonical page.
Grammar and Spell Check
Ensure you perform a proper spell check and have no grammatical errors before submission. We recommend Grammarly or Microsoft word to run a basic spell-check.
We encourage a casual tone of writing. It is essential that the readers feel comfortable and relatable and not be overwhelmed by the writing.
Do not be offensive or inaccurate
Having an opinion and being witty is fine, but don’t be offensive. Ensure you do proper research and do not forget to include citations and references in your articles.
Avoid Promotional Pitches
We will not publish promotional content that sounds like a sales pitch. So, make sure your content is not promotional of your company or organization.
So, you’ve read the guidelines and are ready for the next steps? Excellent. Here’s how to get started
Submit your blog idea along with a brief introduction of yourself.
Our team will review your blog idea and let you know if your submission is accepted. We will get back to you within two weeks of your submission day.
Once your proposal is approved, you can get to the fun part! Start writing your blog. Please make sure you check our guidelines before you start writing.
Format your draft appropriately. We don't enforce a strict word count on the blog, but most articles should fall in the 1500 - 1800 word range. Instead of hitting a specific word count, focus on clear, in-depth explanations that readers of all levels can understand and learn.
Submit your blog
Once your draft is ready, you can submit it by including your name and a short biography about yourself. If the draft meets our editorial standards, we will get in touch with you and let you know when it will be published.
LambdaTest reserves the right not to respond to submissions that do not meet the guidelines. In addition, LambdaTest reserves the right to proofread, edit and adapt content as we see fit. And while we hope your posts have a long life on the LambdaTest blog, we reserve the right to remove them at any point in time.
Note: LambdaTest editors reserve the right to reject contributions at their discretion.
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