We welcome guest blog posts from travel bloggers, family bloggers, finance bloggers, money bloggers and holiday bloggers who would like to feature on Compare Holiday Money. Due to the volume of requests we receive, we have written the following points as a guide to what we expect from submissions. If you feel that you meet this criteria please contact us using the form below.
The aim of this short guide is to give potential guest travel bloggers and family bloggers some background information on what we expect from a submission. The days of writing keyword-stuffed articles to artificially inflate search engine rankings are long gone and we do not accept paid or sponsored posts under any circumstances, but if you are a genuine blogger with a unique and interesting article then we would love to hear from you.
We receive over 25 million page views per year and your article will be featured at the bottom of every page for around one week after posting (and will remain permanently on our blog) so we can really help to increase your exposure to a wider audience. In addition your article will be distributed to an ever growing audience of social media followers and weekly newsletter subscribers which includes press editors and journalists in the travel and finance industries. In return we expect you to write a quality article about something unique and engaging that you are genuinely proud of.
Please use this form to tell us about your idea for a guest post. Due to the volume of requests that we receive, requests from domain or ISP-specific email addresses will be given priority over free email services such as Gmail and Hotmail.
Posted by Holly Burgess on 25th May 2017
Ecotourism involves travellers visiting relatively undisturbed areas that are endangered. It is considered a less invasive and low-impact type of travel compared to traditional commercial tourism. The intenti read more
Posted by Matthew Weston on 18th May 2017
Growing concerns about Donald Trump’s ability to enforce tax and regulatory reform has meant the Dollar has decreased in value. This benefited the pound greatly with UK retail sales data also showing the read more