The getButterfly Guest Blogger Program
Please use the buttons below, and fill in your details.
Enter the requested amount, as instructed by a getButterfly administrator or account manager.
This form is used for the Link Insertion and Guest Post services.
🏆 Why blog on getButterfly?
- Potential reach of over 50k users per month
- Increase your visibility as an expert blogger in your field
- Take advantage of an established platform on which you can share your experiences
If you’re considering submitting a blog post proposal — and we hope that you are — here are some guidelines to keep in mind:
- Write relevant content:
- Write fresh content:
We cannot accept submissions that have already been published elsewhere or that contain non-original content.
- Write comprehensive, meaningful content:
We recommend fully exploring a topic within your blog post, while still writing concisely. Typically, 1,000 – 2,500 words per post will be sufficient, although some topics may require lengths outside these guidelines.
- Check your grammar:
We currently accept posts only in English, and we must reject any submissions that have an excessive number of grammatical errors.
- Keep the post organized:
Include a clear title/headline for your post, an introductory paragraph, supporting paragraphs, section headings, and a conclusion.
- Avoid sales, promotions, and overt marketing:
We cannot accept submissions that are too promotional for your company or organization, or which may be construed as a link-building scheme.
- Avoid news articles or press releases:
While you are welcome to reference relevant research, news articles, and press releases in your post, this cannot be the primary focus of the post. The content should be wholly original, supported by external sources where appropriate.
- Do not include rights-controlled images:
We welcome images to accompany your post, but you must have secured the rights to publish these images before submitting them to the program for consideration. When including images, GIFs, or screenshots, cite the image source as “Image source” and hyperlink that text with the page you found the image on.
- Ownership and syndication:
Published blog posts become the property of getButterfly. If you wish to republish your post elsewhere, you must obtain written approval from getButterfly. If published elsewhere, your post will need to include this statement at the top of the page: “This article was originally published on the getButterfly blog”, and include a link to the original article published on the getButterfly blog. The post will also need to include a canonical tag marking the original article published on the getButterfly blog as the canonical page.