Do you want be a wine blogger? Please, be my guest!
After seven years online, Tasting Room Confidential is seeking guest bloggers to contribute regularly.
I’m looking for stories about wine, beer and spirits, travel, food, and producers geared to a mostly public audience.
As a guest, you may post according to your own schedule, using your own voice, about whatever topic you choose. Just do it well is all I ask.
Guest Blog Posts Fundamentals
Adherence to current blogging and journalistic conventions
Some knowledge of wine, beer and spirits is required
Post lengths of 500-1500 words
While it’s your choice what to write about, here are a few areas we like:
How to taste
Guest blog posts must always be original and unpublished, and never app generated nor scraped.
Guests must provide a minimum of two original or copyright free images per post.
All guest blog posts are exclusive to Tasting Room Confidential and may not be reprinted without permission and attribution.
Perks of Guest Posting
If you live in Vancouver, there are always wine tastings, lunches and promotional events you’ll have access to, more than I can attend.
You’ll get winery tours and possibly media wine discounts. Sometimes, bottles of wine arrive by mail.
Guest bloggers receive full credit for posts with links in your Author Bio in the footer. Each post creates a high quality link pointing to your own site.
If you are a new writer or blogger, we’ll coach you on developing your writing style and blogging technique.
If all that sounds good, please email me (mari (at) tastingroomconfidential.com) telling me about yourself, and send a sample post on a drinks-related topic. Show me your style so I can see if there’s a fit.
If so, I’ll ask for a list of topics you’d like to write about in the future. I’ll ask for a bio, a gravatar, and your preferred blogging schedule.
If you’re local, maybe we can meet for a glass of wine.
So, email me and become a guest blogger. You’ll love it!
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