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We are currently seeking motoring journalists and regular/semi-regular contributors only. If you would like to join a team of dedicated motoring professionals and write for us then please contact us with some examples of your previously published written work. We do not expect daily/weekly or even monthly submissions, but politely request that you do not contact us with the intention of publishing one article only.

Do not contact us requesting a guest posting opportunity in any shape or form as your email will be ignored. We are receiving a rising amount of requests for guest posts, even though we clearly state all over the website that we no longer accept them. AGENCIES & PR's PLEASE do not waste our time. If you are interested in advertising at Motor Heads - Please see below.


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If you would like to discuss the opportunity of one of our writers producing a high quality article for your business on Motor Heads then contact us for more details.

Press Releases & Infographics
Please feel free to send us your automotive press releases and inforgraphics. We can't promise to publish them, but if they resonate with us, or they contain accurate, well-sourced and up-to-date motoring news for the UK, then the chances are that they will be featured on Motor Heads.

Quality Guidelines

The following guidelines should be followed by all contributors on every article for your post to be approved by the Editor:
    1) Articles should be at least 500 words but less than 1500 and written in English.
    2) Links within the article should point to quoted and/or relevant resources only. See an example here. Any inorganic links will be flagged as spam and "nofollowed" or removed by the editor.
    3) Please do not add images to your post unless you have explicit consent from the owner.
    4) You will promote the published articles across your own social channels to gain maximum exposure.

    These guidelines were written to ensure that Motor Heads continues to grow as a trusted motoring resource across the internet, and this benefits everybody.

    The editor reserves the right to edit or remove any article at any time, if it is believed to be negatively affecting the authority of the blog.