Guest posts

There is an opportunity for businesses, individuals and blog owners to have their articles and content published on www.football-talk.co.uk. Maybe you want the satisfaction of having your work published, perhaps you want more exposure for your blog content, or maybe you are more interested in gaining a link from our website for SEO purposes. Whatever the motivation, Football-Talk is here to help!

All articles submitted must be related to football in some way and we prefer to publish articles related to one of the following clubs – Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham or Liverpool – but we will occasionally accept other content.

Businesses – guest or sponsored posts

We work with a number of businesses who are wanting to improve their performance in the search engines or media companies/individuals who are working on campaigns for their clients. Guest or sponsored posts will include a valuable link to your website which can be an effective way to boost visibility on the search engines. Please get in touch if you’d like to discuss guest or sponsored post opportunities on Football-Talk.

If you’re interested please email: admin@football-talk.co.uk

Individuals

We are currently only accepting new contributors who can commit to writing at least 2-3 articles each week. There are various positions available so find out more information on our become a writer page or get in touch via email.

Blog or website owners

If you own a blog or website and want to increase the number of people viewing your articles, please get in contact to discuss having your content published on www.football-talk.co.uk. There are several benefits to guest blogging and sharing your content on this site, including:

  • Huge SEO benefits from all the links to your blog this could generate
  • Increased traffic from the links to your blog
  • Increased exposure for your work
  • Showcase your work to a new audience
  • Build your blogs brand within a football community website
  • Build a larger portfolio of published work.

If you’re interested please email: admin@football-talk.co.uk