How to Submit A Guest Post to FineArtTips.com

Guidelines to submit a guest post to FineArtTips.com

FineArtTips.com is the semi-collaborative art blog of, Lori McNee artist—which means you can submit your own guest post (original content) of art tips, social media advice, blogging tips, inspiration and art related articles for consideration.

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Learn how to submit your guest post by following ‘guest post guidelines’ below…

Regarding Original Content: Please make sure to only submit original content that has not be previously published. Google / Panda will see this as duplicate content and it will hurt both of our sites. Posting original content is more important now than ever. If recycling a previous article, it needs to be changed at least 50% to be safe.

Please keep the article between 600-1000 words. 

Sponsored Content: At times, I do welcome Sponsored Content from relevant advertisers. The sponsored post will include tweets to my approximately 100,000 followers, a hashtag of your choice, plus a share on my FB fan page with 18,350 fans, and my other social platforms.

Please email me for the current rates per blog post. lori@finearttips.com

Also, you can pay me per tweet too!

*How to submit your guest postPlease use the form below to submit your article or idea. You may email me with any questions, lori@finearttips.com. Before submitting, please read the Terms of Use & Agreements below this form. Thanks for participating! ~Lori :-)

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

What URL should I link to?

If you have a title, include it here.

Copy/paste the full text of your article below.

captcha Please enter the text you see in the black box below

If you have pictures to go along with your post, please email them directly to lori@finearttips.com. (jpgs only, please)

By clicking "Send Email" you agree to the terms of use.

 Guest Post Guidelines

Terms of Use & Agreements for artists/writers submitting articles:
By submitting an article you give FineArtTips.com express permission to edit, revise, or in any way alter your article before or after publishing it on FineArtTips.com. Editing may include fixing spelling errors, formatting, length and clarity, and SEO optimization.

You will retain the copyright to your original article. However, you are giving FineArtTips.com permission to publish, edit, modify in whole or in part on FineArtTips.com and other related FineArtTips.com materials, magazines, media, and partnership sites.

FineArtTips.com is looking for original content. FineArtTips is interested in helping other artists and will choose well written articles for that purpose. FineArtTips.com can’t guarantee that every article submitted will be published. But if your post is published, you will be credited as the author with a link back to your website or art blog.

For all visitors:
FineArtTips.com does its best to provide the facts, but will not be liable for any mistakes you find, whether typographical or factual. If you find an error please let me know!

I welcome, and thank you for all link-backs and ping-backs, shares and tweets to FineArtTips.com. All written content is protected by copyright law, and may not be reproduced without express permission. If you’d like to publish a FineArtTips.com article on your blog or magazine please email me, lori@finearttips.com.

Use of trademarks and logos:
All logos and trademarks shown on FineArtTips.com are the property of their respective owners. They do not indicate ownership, affiliation, sponsorship, or any other relationship with FineArtTips.com.

In addition, the FineArtTips.com and LoriMcNee.com logos and layouts are under copyright law and may not be reproduced for any reason. All other original artwork is protected under copyright law either by myself or the artists that created them. Please do not use them without emailing me for permission. Any further questions, please contact: lori@finearttips.com. Thank you!

I hope to see you on Twitter & Facebook! ~Lori :)

3 thoughts on “How to Submit A Guest Post to FineArtTips.com

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  2. Nicolette Tallmadage says:

    Hi there! I’ve looked at some of the articles already here on the site and noticed that there isn’t much about building an email list. I have an idea for two articles surrounding that topic:

    5 reasons why you shouldn’t use Outlook to send your email newsletter
    7 steps to starting your email list today

    Please let me know if these topics are interesting for you if there is a topic that you think would be a better fit.
    Thanks!

    • Lori McNee says:

      HI Nicolette,

      Thanks for the great ideas! I like the one about building a list, maybe you could add a blurb about why not to use Outlook. Let me know! Thanks, Lori :)

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