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CookieLawInfo strives to provide high-quality, well-researched information about web cookies, data privacy regulations, and compliance. The aim of our site is to provide clear and well-written content that will be understood by a wide range of readers including business owners, webmasters, web developers and other curious minds.
We welcome original articles, how-to guides, why-posts, listicles, whitepapers and research-based articles. Before submitting content for publication please read our guidelines carefully.
Our content team spends a lot of time researching and crafting content for our website. Before submitting your idea to us, be sure to read and understand the following guidelines:
- Submit an article of at least 1200 words.
- Do not submit content published anywhere else (please look at our already published articles).
- Follow SEO best practices.
- Add relevant links to support facts and figures and in case of privacy regulations, link the official document/text.
- Avoid legal and technical jargon as much as possible.
- Avoid passive voice in the articles as much as possible.
- Do not use the content solely to advertise your brand.
- Caption images wherever relevant.
- Give credit to the original source/owner when using third-party content.
- Avoid citing our direct or indirect competitors, and using any irrelevant promotional links to websites.
- We accept only one do-follow link within the content or in the author’s bio.
If you think you have what it takes to write for us, send us your pitch by filling out the form.
We reserve the right to determine whether or not your content is suitable for publication. Please note that we will not accept your pitch or request if:
1. it doesn’t meet our guidelines.
2. it is not related to our niche topics.
3. you provide insufficient details about your work or website.
We want to give your ideas a fair chance, so we’ll carefully review your pitches, and respond within 7-10 business days. If you do not hear from us after 15 business days, we may not have chosen to move forward with your pitch.
If we do not publish your article, you can submit it elsewhere. If we decide to publish it, we retain the right to edit and modify it to meet our editorial standards.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com with the subject line “CLI guest post.”