Guest Post Guidelines

Since re-launching Geek Business as a blog that offers detailed tips and information to webmasters on how to combine being a successful geek and successful business person simultaneously, we have decided to open our doors to bloggers interested in getting their personal point of view out. To help you decide if you want to guest blog, I am putting together a short guidelines page to help.

What kind of content do we accept at Geek Business?

Submit your guest post today. Any post that is useful to our potential readers is perfect content to publish. Since we are concentrating on our title (Geek Business), it should be related to business, Internet marketing, website monetization, SEO, social media, traffic generation, or ad/affiliate  network reviews. There is no minimum length for your post, but usually guest posts should be no less than 500 words.

Any submitted content should definitely be unique and useful to users.


  • Your post must be original — NO SPUN CONTENT
  • You agree you will not publish the content anywhere else (i.e., in your own blog or as a guest post in other blogs)
  • Author bios/bylines which are displayed on the post page can include one link (no keyword stuffing)
  • Articles can include non self-serving useful and relevant links, none in the first paragraph (spammy and self serving links will cause the article to be rejected).
  • Great grammar and spelling required — US / English — geared to US readers

How To Submit Your Guest Post

If you have a post that meets the guidelines above, you can submit a request to guest post via our contact form.

I typically reply within 48 hours.  I will reply to your post with instructions for submitting a guest post.  If you want to become a regular guest contributor, please let me know.

There is no guarantee that your post will be approved, but feedback will be provided.

If you submit spun content or content that is a copy of someone else’s work, you will be blocked from guest posting permanently.

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Kent has run Geek Business for many years as a custom-coded making money online site. The site relaunched in late 2010 as a blog, taking guest posts from industry experts on everything tech and business related. Find me on Google+