My Allergy Kitchen is a blog supporting families with food allergies with recipes, tips and advice, and real life stories and experiences.
The topic of your guest post must be of interest and relevance to people with food allergies. This could be a personal story, a recipe, or useful information, advice and tips. It must be valuable and interesting for my readers. The content must be unique and not shared anywhere else, including your own site.
Here are some examples of popular guest posts on my site:
- Overcoming Feeding Difficulties in Babies with Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy
- Introduction to Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy
- Breastfeeding with Food Allergies: How long do allergens stay in breast milk?
- Eczema: Wet Wrapping for Babies
- How My Kids Saved My Life
- Oral Immunotherapy for Peanut Allergy
The blog post must be between 800-2000 words. I also need a relevant image (at least one, more is even better!) to accompany the blog post. If you don’t have an image, try to find a stock photo or make a text-based image. If the image is not yours please let me know who to credit.
I would encourage you to include links in the article - but only ones that are useful to the reader.
At the end of the article please include a short bio about yourself. Here you can include links to your own website, social media etc. An image of yourself would also be great here too.
I will edit the text for readability and SEO. So don’t worry if spelling and grammar is not your thing. Just concentrate on getting your message across.
I will share the post on all my social media channels and I would ask you to do the same. This helps generate more traffic and followers for both of us.
Please send your post to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you submit your post, I aim to review it and respond within a week. It may be a few weeks before I publish the post, depending on what I already have planned.