Would you like to write for us? Let’s be honest, who wouldn’t, after all, The Bimblers is one of the top accessible tourism and travel blogs in the world.
Well, now you can because we’re opening up The Bimblers to guest bloggers. A blog like this, especially if it is to continue to help others needs more content and that’s where you come in.
If you have a story to tell, we’d like to hear it. Don’t worry if you’re not a professional writer, me either, what matters is your story is relevant to our audience.
Who Can Write for The Bimblers?
There are three types of writers we’re hoping to attract:
People with Disabilities and Carers
We’re looking for real-life stories, suggestions, reviews, in fact, anything that will help people like us enjoy life and travel more.
You might want to tell us about accessibility in your local area, a fantastic holiday you’ve been on or a service you’ve used to make travelling easier. We really haven’t got a fixed list, if what you have to share will help our readers, we’d love to hear from you – contact us
At the moment we are unable to pay for guest posts, but if you have your own blog or website we’ll happily link to it.
Bloggers and Writers
If you already write about living and travelling with a disability we’d like to hear from you – contact us
As already mentioned, we are unable to pay for guest posts, but we will give you a link and we’ll promote your post on social media.
Commercial Services and Business
Yes, we accept sponsored posts from commercial entities, but we charge for the pleasure. Any post which includes a mention or link to a commercial/business/profit-making entity will be considered as a sponsored post.
It costs money to travel and run a blog, oh and we have normal day to day bills to pay. Therefore, if you want us to promote your business, product, service or anything else for your commercial gain, its only fair you cross our palms with silver.
If you value what we do and would like to sponsor a post head on over to our Work with us page
If you are pitching us a post, infographic or idea, it “must” be relevant to our audience. Our audience is interested in living and travelling with a disability, without being rude, I will ignore pitches that do not fit this brief.