Royal Central often accepts one-off contributions from royalists and those with something to say about the British Monarchy on our website. These people are called ‘guest contributors’ and differ from the status of writer because there’s no requirement to post regularly and typically, guest contributors will only ever make one or two contributions to the site.
Guest contributions can be arranged via any editor at Royal Central and sometimes, we may approach experts to make contributions to the website especially.
Contributions from guests will be handled by an editor who will add the post to the site and style it according to our style manual.
The contributor’s name will appear on the post in the same way as it would on a pice written by a normal contributor.
The post would be publicised in the usual way through our Twitter and Facebook and across our website.
Whilst we never pay for guest posts, there are significant benefits for guest contributors. We allow a link to be placed to the contributor’s own website and also allow the embedding of a Twitter follow button. Contributors are also able to have their posts seen by thousands of readers every month and sustain a lively conversation in the comments box we have below every post on site.
REQUESTS TO CONTRIBUTE ARTICLES TO ROYAL CENTRAL ON IRRELEVANT (NON-ROYAL) TOPICS WILL BE IGNORED!
If you’re interesting in making a guest post on Royal Central, you can discuss options with an editor by emailing [email protected]
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