Hello and welcome to AnimeEverything.online!
Seeing how you’re reading this post, you must be interested in writing for us (or not?) Whatever the case, I’m glad to have you here.
If you are indeed considering to write for us, and you’d love to voice your thoughts and opinions to the world through us (I keep using “us”, but it’s just me, a single, lonely otaku, managing this blog. But hey, “us” sounds so cool and professional. Why not go with it, yeah?) I invite you to write an anime guest post on AEO!
(That means, I can’t hire anyone as an author just yet as AEO is still a relatively new blog. And yeah, I can’t pay you for guest posts either.)
But hey, if you’re not worried about the pay, then feel free to hit me up if you want to become an author here!
What kind of posts do we accept?
If you’ve got anime recommendations, reviews, quotes, news, anime games list/review, or literally anything related to anime and Otaku culture, make sure to pitch your work. I’ll publish it after a quick review (Seriously, I’ll publish anything as long as it means new content for me lol. Just kidding, I’ve got a few criteria as well. I’ll tell ya more about it down below.)
Want some idea on how the article should be? Check out these guest posts written by some of your otaku senpai!
Also, feel free to write a short bio about yourself and your website (if you have one) at the end of the post, but it is understandable if you want to maintain your anonymity.
Or, of course, you can hit me up on the contact page first and discuss what you’d like to write.
Note: Your article might be edited for SEO purposes.
Your content must be strictly limited to anime and anime related stuffs.
A blog post, excluding image related posts (like anime quotes), must have at least 600 words.
Your post should not contain anything that includes hateful commentary or explicit sexual content (but mild, ecchi stuff are okay.)
Your content should be unique and must not be published elsewhere.
The topic you choose must not already be covered on Anime Everything Online.
What do you gain?
You get to promote yourself and your site or your social media.
You are free to include your affiliate links in the post (but make sure you don’t plug it in unnecessary places and is not linking to anything offensive. It is okay as long as it doesn’t disturb the readers.)
If you’ve got an anime website/blog , you can get backlinks for your site.
You can include the links to your guest posts on your portfolio if you’re a freelance writer.
How to Apply?