Write For Us (Guest Posting)

ParticleArt.com does accept guest posts. The way guest post submissions will work, the content you submit to us should add to one of our existing posts. That is, check out our DIY, crafts, art projects & woodworking posts and write something that ‘complements’ it, rather than standing on its own.  You can email us at ryan+particleart@mail131.com or use the contact form below to reach out. We’ll assess your guest blog pitch based on the value it adds to our DIY content.

Guest Blogging Guidelines

If you are looking to contribute content to our blog, make sure that you read a couple of our posts before you submit your article.

That way, you’ll get a sense of the type of do-it-yourself content that we produce on this website. Specifically, we’re looking for content related to arts and crafts, woodworking, do it yourself Hobbies and classroom projects. In a nutshell, anything that you can build with your hands, we would be interested in receiving content related to that. In terms of what the finished article should look like, we don’t want it to be overrun with lots of links to external resources.

We prefer if the content is over 1,000 words and targets a particular keyword that we pre-approved. Feel free to add in images – but they must be a licensed images. We do run all the content that we receive through Copyscape to ensure that there is no plagiarism.

About Us

ParticleArt.com was launched to help inspire do-it-yourself fanatics to create their next project.

To that end, we compile long lists list of projects, linking to their free blueprints, so if you are a woodworker looking to embark on a new project, you just need to log on to our site and access the free blueprints.

If you are interested in collaborating on a piece of content, don’t hesitate to reach out to our staff by email or by using the contact form on this page.

That is the best way to get in contact with us if you want to submit an article, be a guest blogger, submitted sponsor post, or otherwise access our diverse audience of do-it-yourself hobbyists.