Become a Thaiger Guest Blogger
What’s that “Thailand” story you always tell at the pub, or to your friends overseas? Everyone has at least one. Have you been bitten by a poisonous centipede? Been to Thai jail? Spent time at a Buddhist monastery? Fallen in love?
We want to hear it all… from wild stories, like a Full Moon Party experience written in Hunter S. Thompson’s style of Gonzo journalism, to more serious stories about life and culture in Thailand.
We’re also looking for stories that will be useful for Thaiger readers such as a guide to living in Thailand as an expat. How much is your cost of living?
To pitch a story, send an email to email@example.com with the subject “GUEST BLOGGER: (suggested headline)”
Why should The Thaiger publish your story?
- We can get your story seen by hundreds of thousands of readers on our website and Facebook.
- We’ll tell you exactly how many people clicked on your article, read it, and how long they spent reading it.
- Your story will be attributed to you so you can share it or add it to your portfolio.
Guest Blog Guidelines
- Posts must be original and unpublished.
- Conversational style and to the point works best.
- All guest posts must be useful and/or relevant to the audience.
- We prefer Oxford English spellings rather than US English.
- No guest posts may be self-promotional or include marketing links to external websites that we deem a blatant attempt at link-building.
- Reference links to authority sites are encouraged, especially those that support any claims made.
- Guest bloggers can submit a 4-5 sentence author bio.
- All guest bloggers can submit an image for their bios, or a default image will be displayed (Format: jpeg Image Size: 255×255).
- Length of blog should be between 500 words and 1,000 words.
- Minimum of 2 images should be provided to accompany the content.
Please note, all published content is owned by The Thaiger and can be edited at any time.
To pitch a story, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “GUEST BLOGGER: (suggested headline)”.