Guidelines for posting blogs to StokedMTB
If you’re stoked to contribute some amazing content to the Florida MTB community — you’re in the right place! Before you continue, please take a moment to read our guidelines for blog submissions. Once you’ve read through it all, please click the link below!
- Only people registered to the newsletter can submit posts. Not a member yet? No worries — sign up here and get stoked!
- Keep advertising at a minimum (unless you’re writing a review). There’s no harm in promoting yourself, but keep it related and relevant to the Florida MTB community.
- Your post must be original content that you created and wrote yourself. Winners don’t plagiarize!
- Make sure to properly credit anyone you reference or photography you have explicit permission to use. Your post will be removed if it has stolen imagery.
- Keep it clean. Double-check your post to make sure your grammar and spelling are correct — we don’t want any distractions when viewers read your post. Also, no profanity, please. StokedMTB is meant for riders of all ages.
- Your article can be long or short — it doesn’t matter, as long as it’s clear, concise, and thoughtful.
- You’re not required to have any images, but if they’re important to the article, please name them in the order they should be placed.
- For now, please only use English. Hold tight — other languages may be supported in the future!
- Please avoid overly long sentences and using complex words. We like to keep it simple here!
- If you need external links within your article, please specify where they would go in your blog and provide the link.
- Proofread it! Before you submit, make sure your piece doesn’t have any errors in punctuation, grammar and/or spelling.
- Featured images should be at least 1600 px wide. Please make sure your photo is high-fidelity, or it may not be used!
- If you have multiples images throughout your article, please specify where each image is in the file names and in your article.
- When using someone else’s photography (that you have explicit permission to use), respect their work and make sure to credit them with their full name and website if applicable.
- Original photography is always preferable to stock photography! But when using stock shots, please attach the high-quality image with a link where the photos came from so we check the licensing details.
- Please do not reuse photos that have already been posted. Did already we mention we like originality?