Hi there! Thanks for your interest in writing a guest post for Instrumentl.
Instrumentl’s blog is home to the best-in-class content on grant writing, prospecting, tracking, and management and we are constantly on the lookout for knowledgeable contributors to add their thoughts to the mix.
If you are a seasoned grant writer or have extensive experience owning and managing grants for nonprofits, we’d love to feature your expertise on our blog.
Before submitting your pitch, please closely review this page — it details all the elements a successful guest post should include and walks you through our submission process.
Let’s dive in!
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Our blog readership is made up of grant writing consultants and nonprofit professionals who are looking for tips and resources to improve their grant writing and better manage their grants.
These nonprofit professionals include in-house grant writers, fundraising experts, and nonprofit board members, among others.
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An original piece of content with high-quality writing. Instrumentl doesn’t accept any form of content syndication.
The article reflects the voice and tone of the Instrumentl blog. We strive to be concise, and on-the-point and refrain from using filler words.
Include proper citation of any data and resources (e.g. images) added to the article.
Note: All data references should have originated within the last 2 years.
No more than one link to your own blog or website to place in the body or footer of the guest post.
Before submitting your pitch, please do thorough research on the Instrumentl’s blog to ensure the content you planned is not already covered on the blog.
Have at least 1500 words. While we don’t enforce a strict word count, we strive to produce in-depth content pieces within the range of 2000-3000 words.
Use H2/H3 for all major headers. The title of the guest post should be the H1.
Compress images in the article using an online compression tool to not harm the site speed.
Naturally incorporate 2-3 links to related Instrumentl blog posts in the body of the article.
Include a 300-character bio with a link to your social profile and a headshot ( 200 x 200).
Cap the number of external (non-Instrumentl) links used in the article to 3 not counting the link to your own website or blog.
Use line breaks and short paragraphs to optimize for mobile readership.