Write for us

Thanks for your interest in writing for nanoPost! We value guest posts as they provide our readers with diverse insights. Following these guidelines will enhance your chances of success.

About nanoPost

nanoPost strives to be recognized as “The WordPress Email Authority.” We’re dedicated to helping users navigate their WordPress email challenges, from setup and maintenance to troubleshooting. We provide expert guides, Q&A posts, reviews, and updates on topics like WordPress SMTP and contact forms. Additionally, we encourage users to share their WordPress email issues, and we aim to publish solutions promptly.


nanoPost caters to:

  • WordPress users grappling with email-related issues
  • Those needing guidance on WordPress email functionality
  • Users seeking insights on WordPress SMTP, contact forms, and related areas
  • Enthusiasts keen on delving deep into WordPress email configurations

Our tone

We adopt a friendly and informative tone, positioning ourselves as approachable experts.

Our topics

Write for us: the process

Reach out to us through our contact form with:

  • A brief introduction about yourself and the expertise you’ll bring to your post
  • Suggested topics or titles
  • At least one link to your previously published work

We’ll get back to you with a response within a couple of days.

We look forward to working with you!

Guest post requirements

We prioritize high-quality, original, evergreen, and actionable posts. To expedite our response and potential publication, consider the following:

Before submitting, ensure your topic hasn’t been previously covered on our platform. Even if it has, a fresh perspective or updated information might still pique our interest. A quick way to check is by searching through our Google-powered search box at the top of each page.

Here’s what we’re looking for

  1. Articles should range between 800 and 1,200 words. Content must be substantial without unnecessary fillers.
  2. Submit your guest posts via a publicly accessible Google Doc.
  3. Begin with a concise intro (~150 words) outlining the topic and its coverage.
  4. Structure the content for easy skimming: use h2 headings, subheadings, and maintain short paragraphs. Ensure headings are in sentence-case.
  5. Author details should include:
    • A brief (50-75 words) bio
    • A Gravatar-defined email address, if you wish an avatar to appear.
    • Optionally, social links
  6. Limit external links as follows:
    • One within the content
    • Another three in the content, if they reference third-party (that is, not the author’s or related parties’) tools aiding in a solution
    • One in the author bio (plus standard social links)
  7. Format your posts with:
    • A title suggestion (subject to editorial change)
    • Meta description
    • Link to an image folder (e.g., Google Drive), if applicable
  8. Use only non-stock images that clarify concepts or processes. Ensure you credit third-party images when used with permission.