Guest Contributions

So, you want to be a audio/music reviewer? There's no better place to begin than with a successful guest post on Audiophilia where your post will be viewed by thousands of audiophiles, music lovers and industry professionals.

Audiophilia wants to publish guest posts from new and experienced writers who can provide unique and useful perspectives to our avocation. This is a great opportunity for our readers to learn from you, and for you to get exposure to our readers.

Here are a few tips on how to write a successful post for Audiophilia.

Guest posts should be no more than 1000 words. The more concise the better. 

If your grammar and syntax is not all you'd like it to be, no worries. We can help. 

Procuring equipment to review must go through our office and follow our protocols and procedures to the letter. No, you won't be keeping that $10,000 Class A amplifier for a year. 

Don't be afraid to make a strong argument. Come down on one side of an issue, or advance a theory. We like to stir discussion.

Disclose conflicts of interest, such as partnerships with, or investments in, any companies/technologies covered in the story.

Good quality photos of the equipment, etc you review are a must. We want your post to look good and read well. 

Good luck and thank you for your submissions. 

Audiophilia pays an honorarium for published reviews. 

Email the publisher if you'd like more detailed information or some help to get started.