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Guest Posting on “Garden ‘n Lawn”

I love gardening and landscaping. The more I write about the subject, the more I learn that there are a lot of experts out there that know more than I do. In order to try and get some of these gardening experts to come and comment, I am opening up my site to Guest Posts. This will give anyone who wants, the chance to write about a lawn or garden topic, and have it read by other people online. We hope that you will take advantage of this guest posting opportunity. If you have extensive knowledge or experience about lawn and gardening, we hope that you will share with us your own valuable ideas here on our website.

 

Basic Guest Post Guidelines

If you would like to submit a Guest Post, make sure that you follow the following rules:

1. Make sure that you are on topic. We accept quality lawn and garden articles. If you have a lawn and garden in your front or backyard, you can write an article about it.

2. All content must be original. Content that has been published elsewhere can  not be used. We try and have high quality content for all of our users. Please make sure that the content you submit is not published anywhere else.

3. Exceptional guest posts are going to always contain images or even a video that will help to explain your guest post. When they contain these, it adds value to the post and helps it to stay indexed longer in Google.

4. Please make sure to proof read your post before submitting them. It might even be a good idea to have a friend read over them to make sure everything is grammatically correct. If I find a lot of mistakes, I reserve the right to reject your article.

5. If you are going to have back links in your article, make sure that they are extremely relevant. One back link per 500 words is usually the average. Articles that are 1,000 words or longer, can contain two back links. Submitted articles should not be less than 500 words. The chance of acceptance increases when articles provide quality and value. I don’t often take out links, but I reserve the right to do so.

6. If you have a Twitter or Facebook account, I strongly encourage you to send out a tweet with the URL of the published article. I also recommend that you like the article on Facebook. This will make it easier for people to find and read your quality article.

7. We have 10 blogs as well as vlogs about lawns and gardening. If your site is about gardening or lawn care, we look forward to exchanging guest posts with your site.

Below are two articles that can guide you to be better at guest posting. Please read them.

—> Why Submit Your Best Posts?
—>  Nine Ways to Become an Exceptional Guest Poster

 

Contact Us:

Email Address:  fantasticdad@gmail.com for inquires regarding guest post exchanges or to suggest a title.

6 Comments

  1. Alisha Smith

    Hi,

    My name is Alisha Smith. I am a freelance content writer. Recently, I have written one unique and copyscape protected article about Garden Decking and would like to post it on your site with a related back link from the article body to my related site. If this is something you would be interested in then please let me know.

    Thanking You,

    Alisha Smith

    • spencer

      Send me a great heartfelt article where you are either teaching from experience or you are sharing valuable information on garden you have learned. Thanks

  2. Sarah Ward

    Hello Friend,

    I have looked at your site Gardennlawn.com, I am really awed with your blog content, your posts are really excellent and you are created it well. I would like to submit my content on your blog as guest post with my website link. Usually I write about academic and student related topics. Please let me know if you are tolerant guest posts and I’m ready to share my content. I promise content will be unique, excellent and follow your submission guidelines.
    Looking forward to get your reply.

    Thank You,
    Sarah Ward

    • spencer

      Sure write me an excellent article about gardening and I can post it up.

  3. Harold Compton

    I am submitting an article on behalf of a friend on the subject of fence maintenance. The article is below for your review. Please let me know if the article is suitable for publishing on your site so I can let the author know.

    Ready for Fall and Fence Maintenance?

    by Martha Gail Moore

    School is starting in just a matter of weeks or days, so that means it’s time to prepare for fall chores like fence maintenance. Here are a few good tips to help you keep your fence and deck looking great and avoid costly repairs.

    Remove debris

    Check to see if weeds or other types of shrubbery are growing under the pickets. Remove debris that has collected, because it could create mildew and mold, causing the wood to rot. A good time to pull weeds is after a good rain, or after you have thoroughly watered your lawn. Or, if necessary, a weed-eater can also be used, but not as effective at getting the roots out obviously.

    During the summer months your lawn needs more watering. Try to make sure that the sprinkler heads are pointing away from your fence as much as possible to minimize water damage.

    Check for loose pickets, nails, screws and bolts on gates. Where needed re-nail, re-tighten, or replace parts.

    Cleaning process

    Clean all surfaces with a power washer and detergent. If the wood is gray in color, that means it has mildew growing on it and will need to be bleached to kill the mildew before re-staining or painting.

    For decks that get food and drink spilled on them as well as foot traffic, you can use deck stain remover from your home improvement store. Allow everything to completely dry out before you begin the re-staining step.

    You may need to use a steel brush to remove any chipping paint if your fence is painted. Take stock of what needs to be done and get your supplies ready.

    “Call 811 before you dig!”

    If your fence needs new posts, remember to call 811 before you dig. It is recommended every time you dig, but especially if you are installing a new fence. In fact, it’s the law. This is a free service nation-wide. Your property will be marked within 48 hours of calling in your request by a professional that will designate where utility pipes, cables, gas, and water lines are.

    This service is provided by the Common Ground Alliance, which is the association created to coordinate with utilities, companies, municipalities, and other interested parties to ensure that no underground infrastructure is damaged during construction projects that require digging. It protects the public, environment, and you from being responsible for any damages. Remember, “Call 811 Before You Dig!”

    Privacy is nice

    We do love our privacy fences, but we are communities with neighbors. It’s a good idea to talk to your neighbors about when you plan to re-stain your fence . They might want to change the date to have the in-laws over for Sunday lunch to another weekend instead. We often forget, in the planning process of fixing up our own little backyard, that we’re not really islands after all.

    Remember: First check your fence and deck to see what repairs need to be made. Second, gather all your materials ahead of time, clean, and re-stain. Third, call 811 if you need to dig. Fourth, enjoy the fruits of this fence and deck maintenance for years to come.

    Let us know in the comments section what else you have done to keep your deck and fence maintenance up-to-date.

    • spencer

      Please write me an article from the heart. (Not a canned article, thanks)

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