We often get mails from people who are interested in guest posting. So far we used to send them guidelines via mail.

But recently the trend has hit the roof! We simply cannot reply to every mail. So we decided to write this blog. If you are interested in guest posting, read on!

Why we love guest posting!

Over the years, we have built a strong regulars for our blog. Now we’d like to take things to the next level by inviting our polity to take part.

Guest posting is an superstitious concept. It makes the blog rich. It’s when people from virtually the world with variegated levels of experience, roles, and expertise come in to share their viewpoints with the community.

Many guest posts have sparked thought-provoking discussions in the scuttlebutt section. Overall, we get to see a topic from many dimensions.

Why should you guest post?

Are you the kind of person who loves sharing your knowledge? Do you get a soupcon of dopamine in knowing that you are helping thousands of people? If so, this opportunity is for you.

There are increasingly perks of course:

  • You get to portray yourself as a thought leader in your field of expertise.
  • We’ll promote your post to our Social Media followers.

Who is our audience?

We have two types of audiences.

  • Startups: These are small and medium businesses trying to hack their growth.
  • Educators: These are mostly teachers trying to wilt their students’ superhero!

Whatever you write should be helpful to either of these two categories.

What topics can I chose from?

If you are trying to help startups, these are the topics that we are looking for:

  • Creative Marketing
  • Video Marketing
  • Content Marketing
  • Social Media Marketing

If you are trying to help educators, these are the topics that we are looking for:

  • Education Technology
  • Creative ways to make the classes engaging
  • Personal experiences on how you made an impact on your students.

What type of posts are accepted?

These are the pursuit type of posts we accept:

  • How-to-Posts: These are in-depth guides on an evergreen topic. It should be well researched and thorough. These are posts that deserve at least 2k words.
  • Case Studies: These are experiments that brought you success. It should have a few really violating takeaways. These posts can be of any length. It’s the insights that matter here.
  • Practical “How I use Animaker” posts: If you are having some success using Animaker, you can share it here. You can moreover come up with creative ways to use Animaker. These posts can be of any length.
  • List posts: These are tips and tricks that’ll modernize the life our readers. These posts should be of at least 1500 words.

However, if you finger that you have a really good post that doesn’t meet the word count, you can still send it in. If the content is exceptional, we will definitely winnow the post.

What makes a Killer Blog Post?

This is probably the most important part of the guidelines. Make sure that you follow each and every guideline specified. We respect our readers a lot. Nothing less than superstitious will get published!

post trammels list

Kickass Title

If you take 3 hours to write a blog post. Spend equal if not increasingly time on coming up with a kickass blog title. Remember, no matter how good your content is, if the title sucks, all your nonflexible work goes lanugo the drain.


  • Use short and well-done sentences. Use short paragraphs. One paragraph shouldn’t contain increasingly than 3-5 sentences.
  • Use Bold or Italics to highlight unrepealable key points. Do not use Capital Letters!
  • Always use Active Voice. This will modernize readability:

For example:

Active: We love our audience!

Passive: Our regulars is loved by us!

See the difference?

Please review your submissions using the Hemmingway App before sending it in!


  • Whatever stats or info you requirement should be backed up with a unspoiled source. Do not rely on your uncle’s personal blog for info.
  • You might have tips that you learned out of personal experiences. These do not require a source. But it would be unconfined if you requite examples.


  • Be conversational. Have a friendly and fun tone. It should not be like a long wearisome research paper!
  • We love humor. But don’t overdo it.
  • Limit the usage of jargon. Get the message wideness in simple words.


Even if your submission has some really tomfool insights, grammar mistakes will spoil your post’s impression. We don’t have time to sit lanugo and edit the lawfulness of your English.

So please double trammels your piece using a tool like Grammarly.


We are a tuft of Creativity Oriented people. We love visuals! Make sure you use a lot of tomfool images, gifs or plane videos wherever relevant. Don’t forget to credit sources wherever necessary!

What we don’t accept!

These are cases when your submission will be rejected without a second thought:

  • The post is not 100% original and is plagiarized.
  • The post is a well-spoken link morsel with no very intention to help the reader.
  • The post is too promotional where you only talk well-nigh how superstitious your product is.
  • The post has nothing to do with our zone of interest.

Additional Notes

Please alimony in mind these spare points which are very important:

  • You cannot republish the post then elsewhere.
  • You can modernize your chances of getting published by doing some keyword research and including it on your pitch.

How to submit your Guest Post?

The process

If you’ve reached this part, without reading the unshortened guidelines, congrats! You’re well on your way to get published. However, if you just skimmed through everything, please go when and read everything in detail. It’ll save both of us a lot of time!?

For submitting your idea send a mail to keerthana@animaker.com with the Subject line: GUEST POST: *your topic*

Pitch your idea in 3-5 sentences. Also, requite a vital structure of how your post will squint like.

If it’s kickass, I’ll reply within 3 merchantry days. We’ll take it on from there!

Good luck!

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