I’ve decided to open the gates of iBookBinding to the book arts community and for a limited time, on a trial basis I will be accept guest posts from our readership. If you are a bookbinder, work in the book arts field or simply have a passion or interest for bookbinding and fancy writing a piece for iBookBinding, then this could be a great opportunity for you…
Whether you want to help increase the exposure of your work, promote your event or product(s) or simply want to show the community what you’re made of then writing a small piece for iBookBinding might be right up your street. So long as your contribution is clean, tasteful and provides something informative, inspirational or interesting to our visitors then you could be just who we’re looking for.
The best contributions will be featured on the top spot of our homepage for a minimum of 2 weeks, the authors of which will have the chance to become a regular contributor and/or editor of iBookBinding (*should they wish). All submissions, if suitable, will be hosted on iBookBinding indefinitely with the best ones also being shared out to our twitter, facebook and roughly 1000 email subscribers.
We currently see in excess of 1200 unique visitors to our site each day, with some days hitting nearly 2500 so this really is a great opportunity to put your words in front of a very targeted audience of bookbinding enthusiasts.
If this isn’t for you but you know somebody who might like to contribute to the community then please consider sharing this post with them.
Entry Criteria: Minimum 600 words (no maximum) & a couple of photographs that we can use on the website. The rest is up to you. By request I can host videos, quizzes, photo galleries, competitions, pretty much anything, please just ask.
Send all submissions to Paul Thomson, or use the contact form provided here.
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