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Have some dog advice that you want to share? Read our article requirements below about writing for the Paws, Claws & Tails blog.
NOTE: Paws, Claws & Tails is familiar with low quality “article marketing” techniques for SEO and they are not welcome here. When submitting your article, the expectation is that you are either
- An industry expert (or have substantial knowledge of the subject) writing to give valuable advice to our readers, or
- A professional copywriter writing on behalf of an industry expert or knowledgeable person.
If published, you will get a do-follow link to your website and we will display your social media handles for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter etc (e.g. “@thecharlottebryan”) in your bio. It is at our discretion whether we include links within the article itself to external website – this is more likely with very high quality articles.
- Your article must be AT LEAST 1000 words in length. Articles with over 1500 words are more likely to be accepted for publication on Paws, Claws & Tails.
- Your article MUST contain 2 large high resolution images that YOU OWN.
- If your article is informative, it SHOULD BE accompanied by a well-presented infographic highlighting the main points of your article.
- Your article MUST PASS the COPYSCAPE plagarism checker and a screenshot should accompany your submission.
- It is preferable if you have some credientials or qualifications in the dog or pet industry.
How To Submit Your Article To Paws, Claws & Tails
Write your article and lay it out how you want (include images so we can see where you want them) and save it with the filename: [YOUR LAST NAME] Article Submission – [TITLE OF ARTICLE]. E.g. “SMITH Article Submission – My Dog Article”
Address an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, ensure the subject line is the same as your article’s filename ([YOUR LAST NAME] Article Submission – [TITLE OF ARTICLE]. E.g. “SMITH Article Submission – My Dog Article”) and attach the following documents:
- Your laid out article
- The images and infographic as separate JPG or PNG files
- A well-written bio about the author (50-100 words), a link to your website, your social media handles (starting with “@”) and a bio image.
Without these your article will not be accepted.