Food Fraud Advisors accepts guest posts. Posts must be high quality: we are super fussy about the content because we have such a targeted and engaged audience. Almost all our traffic comes from organic search or from our highly engaged, targeted email list.
Posts that add value for our audience and that are relevant are eligible. Guest posts about food safety, guest posts about food science and guest posts about food fraud prevention are preferred. Prices start at USD350.
What you get
- Ultra-targeted exposure on a high quality, long-established web site with
- More than 5000 unique visits per month, with 80% organic traffic (write to us for full analytics),
- Ad-free site,
- High authority site,
- High proportion of long-form content,
- PHP version 7 or greater,
- Mobile responsive.
- A motivated and engaged audience of food safety professionals, including quality assurance managers, food safety team leaders, purchasing officers and food safety consultants.
- Top ranking site-wide SEO
- Side bar promotion of the post, visible from every page of the site
- An author byline, photograph and links to company URL
- Direct promotion to our email list and/or twitter followers, plus LinkedIn company page and/or Karen’s personal profile
- Article/blog posts must be both topical and relevant to the our subject matter: food safety and authenticity
- Word length: 400 to 1200
- Articles and blog posts must be non-promotional; i.e., not promote any product or service
- Articles and blogs must be written for a business-to-business (B2B) audience
- The addition of one or two quotations to every article or post is recommended
- At least one graphic or image should be submitted with the article/blog post
- All articles will include the author’s byline; credit notes may include the author’s title, company name and URL
- All articles and blogs must be original, previously unpublished material
- Authors must provide proof of ownership, or approval to use, all images and graphics, and adhere to applicable copyright laws
- Reuse of articles/blogs on any other site or in print media is expressly prohibited, unless written permission is given by Food Fraud Advisors
- Food Fraud Advisors retains the World Wide Web copyright for all published articles and blog posts
- Food Fraud Advisors does not guarantee that any submitted article or post will be published (no fees payable if not published).
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