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Article Router is a place where you can find high quality articles and tutorials from experts. We accept guest posts and provide maximum two links from the same post to your websites under Author Bio. The guidelines are:

  1. We accept only quality articles in family friendly niches from experts in the respective fields

  2. The article should be unique and provides useful information to our readers

  3. We have the editorial control over the submitted articles

  4. We do not give links to any websites where we feel it can hurt our SEO rank.

  5. We approve articles in AdSense compatible niches only

  6. We prefer your links under Author Bio at the end of the article. At any reason we don't accept articles with links in the first half.

  7. Your website should be relevant to the article

  8. We do not accept news as guest post. (Article should be valid even after 5 years)

For any queries feel free to contact me at articlerouter@gmail.com or send your guest article with the heading Guest Post For ArticleRouter.

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  1. Can I guest post an article on "latest android apps in the market"? It would contain a link to my website http://www.onediy.com/

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