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If you want to contact the Devon Herald for any reason, drop us a message on email or via our Twitter account.
You can email hello [at] devonherald.co.uk (written like that to avoid spam…)
Or our Twitter handle is @devonherald
Got tips and an insider view?
We’re always looking for interesting news and information that may be of interest to our readers.
Want to write for us? We’re currently looking for guest authors who can provide regular and relevant content for our site.
If you are:
A fluent English speaker
Based in the UK, or at the very least familiar with the Devon region
Interested in writing regular content about life in Devon or Cornwall
Then feel free to get in touch. If you meet the requirements then we will issue you a free author account so that you can post on our site as you wish.
We are happy to receive guest posts, so long as they are relevant to our audience. Our target demographic is based in the UK, between the ages of 20-35, interested in outdoors living and living a quality lifestyle in Devon and Cornwall.
We like content that is funny, amusing, engaging, slightly biting or edgy, or even outright controversial.
Think sites like Vice, BuzzFeed, The Daily Mash and Vox.
We’re not interested in stuffy and generic content marketing, so if you can’t make your content engaging and fun, we’re not for you.
Subjects that we are happy to host on our site include:
Please note we are not interested in adult, casino/gambling or subjects unrelated to the UK market.
We ask that all content is written for the reader base listed above and is at least 700 words.
Backlinks are allowed, although we ask that there are relevant to the piece and not obviously promotional. Excessive links may be edited so we ask you to keep them focused and relevant.
Ready to get started? Just email us at:
hello [at] devonherald.co.uk
A note for link builders: Yes all our guest posts are permanent, do-follow backlinks. We reserve the right to edit as appropriate and content can be adapted as necessary – meaning we may change the title, subheadings or images if we think it is more beneficial for the article.
However, please note that content that is obviously promotional, badly written or irrelavent to our audience will be rejected.