Sponsored Guest Blog Posts

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Sponsored Guest Blog Posts

September 13, 2017 - 23:50

Blogging, one of the most popular forms of written content, is highly effective for companies that are doing it right.

A sponsored blog post is a post/article on one of our websites which is written or provided by the client – or created by one of our in-house copy writers for and on behalf of clients.

Rates pr. post

  First post w./setup 2-4 posts 5-10 posts 11-20 posts over 20












Note: Our campaign packages already include a number of sponsored blog posts at no additional charge in as follows:

Campaign package: Full Service Premium Mid-size Standard Basic
Blog posts pr month included 4 3 2 1 -

Disclosure and designation

To comply with prevailing regulations a sponsored blog post must be designated at such, usually at the beginning of the post with a byline such as: "Sponsored content" or "This blog post or article was sponsored by [company or brand name]."


AquaScope Media / X-Ray Mag accepts guest blogs and subject matters of relevance to our niche and target audience.

Advertiser provided content


  • One main image.
  • Up to five secondary image, to be displayed in a gallery below main image.
  • Body text, max 600 words.
  • Description of sender.

Notes and provisos:

  • Supply captions and credits to all photos and illustrations provided.
  • By supplying images you acknowledge that you either own of have cleared the copyright.
  • No fancy formatting or overly complicated mark-up. Text embedded links allowed.

Created content

In the short-term, it may seem cost-effective to write your content in-house, or outsource it to marketers without a background in journalism. However, in the long run, your content will be stronger if you invest in solid journalists who have experience and the cache to ensure that your content is top notch.

Rates for web copywriting: $130 / €110 per hour.  Flat rate offers can be provided on request. Process:

  1. Payment taken;
  2. Headline approved;
  3. Blog post written;
  4. Changes made if requested by client;
  5. Final copy approved;
  6. Blog post scheduled;
  7. Blog post published.

Social media shares

Blogposts will be shared on our social media channels (Facebook and Twitter, currently).

Observing Google Guidelines

“Not all paid links violate our guidelines. Buying and selling links is a normal part of the economy of the web when done for advertising purposes, and not for manipulation of search results. Links purchased for advertising should be designated as such."

Applying dofollow or nofollow attributes to links is at the discretion of the editors.

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