At High Stuff, our emphasis is on producing current, high-quality, reliable and informative content on a variety of topics. We are always on the lookout for writers who can help us enrich our content by producing articles and posts on different topics.
If you are interested in writing for High Stuff as a guest post writer, please read our guest post guidelines below:
Original content: The content you submit should be completely original and free of plagiarism. Our aim is to build trust with our readers and to establish ourselves as the best source of original, useful content online. Thus, all submissions are vetted for originality and only 100% original articles are forwarded for publishing.
Acknowledgement: High Stuff will acknowledge you completely as the author or creator of the content. If you’ve produced an article in collaboration with other writers, we will gladly credit both of you as the authors. However, we have a zero tolerance policy for self-promotion. We will not entertain backlinks to your website in any guest posts submitted by you.
Images: All our posts are supported by relevant images and videos where necessary. This adds life to the article and increases the value of the content for our readers. Thus, we encourage our guest contributors to provide relevant photographs and videos at the time of submission.
Topics: High Stuff is a diverse website and publishes content on several topics. You can submit articles on fashion, technology, cars, business, food, travel, parenting, and health.
Submitting your guest post(s)
The following steps are involved in publishing your guest post:
• Email your post to highstuff.com together with a photograph and a bio.
• You will receive an email acknowledgement within 1 week.
• The editorial team reviews your article before making the final decision.
• If your article is selected, you will be informed via email within 10 days of submission.
• The selected article is published on the website within 12 days of selection.
Please note that High Stuff retains the right to make editorial changes to your article to align it with our publishing policy and standards.