Whether you’re interested in writing a guest post for me, or you’d like me to write for you, I’d love to work together! Guest posting is a great way for smaller bloggers to broaden their audience and improve creativity. It’s also fun to see what others are doing and how you can bounce off each other!
If You’d Like to Guest Post for Me:
Cool, I’d love to have you! I’d like to see anything food-related, whether is on dieting, budgets, holiday meal planning, vegetarian, or whatever your specialty is! I especially like to see exotic meals with a special ingredient or new technique I may not be familiar with.
When you submit your post, it should be between 750-2000 words. I realize some things (like this salsa, for instance) may not need to be as word-heavy as others (like these waffles). It all depends on the post.
Everything should be checked for grammar. I will format the post to my page. Once the post goes live on Last Night’s Feast, I encourage any guest posters to link the post from my page to a separate “teaser” post on their own page –it will encourage traffic to and between us both!
Your post should have 2-4 nice pictures to go along with it. You know I don’t usually post tons of pictures, so 1-2 should do if it’s a simpler dish. If it’s something more complicated, step-by-steps might help.
The content, including photos, should all be original and owned by you. It also must not have been previously published on any other site.
At the end of the post, you can definitely add your own bio, website, and other contact info so readers will know where to find your other stuff.
If You’d Like Me to Guest Post for You:
I’d like that, too! Like I said above, I love a new challenge in the kitchen. Even though I’m creative in my own kitchen, I like seeing what I can do when it’s according to your standards. Let me know what type of post you’d like (informational, recipe, tips + tricks, or even more of a lifestyle post).
If you’re interested, shoot me an email!