Guest Posting Guidelines

We welcome guest posts at Apartment Prepper on a limited basis, as long as they fit well with the rest of the content.

  1. Subject matter must be related to preparedness, survival or security, preparing in a small space etc.  Please review the blog content before deciding on a topic.  Unrelated topics will not be published.
  2. Writer must have a background in survival, preparedness or security.
  3. There is no compensation for guest posts.
  4. Must be your own original work.
  5. If a submitted article requires more than minor editing, or is not within the scope of my blog, it will not be published.
  6. Article should be submitted as a Word attachment.
  7. We do not publish text or affiliate links within the article or the byline.  We occasionally publish articles featuring our sponsors.  Email me at apartmentprepper(at)yahoo(dot)com if you are interested in becoming a sponsor.
  8. A short bio of the author will be included, along with a link to his or her website.  However no ads or affiliate links will be included.

Please review the above before contacting me.  If you have any questions regarding the above, please email me at apartmentprepper(at)yahoo(dot)com

Thank you for your interest.

4 thoughts on “Guest Posting Guidelines

  1. Hi,

    I’m wondering if you still accept guest posts on your blog?

    Do you allow links inside the article?

    Is there a fee that I need to pay?

    Looking forward to hearing from you. :)

    Kristine

    • Guest posts are occasionally accepted, depending on the subject. We do not allow links inside the article to affiliates or sales sites, but allow a link to the author’s website within the byline.

  2. Hi My name’s Jack and I’m 14 and from England. I know your
    Thinking I’m only a Kid , but when disaster strikes I don’t think that will matter!

    I am writing to ask you about a Guest Post On Your Website.
    Here in England , as you may know Guns are Illegal. And I’m only 14 So Weapons are not exactly my Strong point. But I feel I’m Very Good at Foraging and ‘Bugging out’

    If you contact me on my Personal website I will Attach a Post

    Thank you

  3. I have adapted to residing in a double occupancy motel room with my son. I utilize shelves and cabinets and the rolling storage tots for under bed, Water is kept in bathroom, I use a laundry clothes tree with left my closet stackable with the tree in front of closet door. Door can be secured as well as a motel room can. Heavy furniture is used in securing room and radiator. Got a river within 50 yrds, use pint alcohol plastic bottles, they fit nooks and cranies, 5 gal. plastic buckets fit under beds by lifting frame up. Thank you for the blog.

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