FloodList is always looking for relevant, well-written articles to publish on our website. We would welcome contact from anyone with experience in a flood-related field.
Perhaps you are a flood professional or academic researcher looking for greater exposure to your work.
Or perhaps you have been a victim of flooding, or experienced it first hand, and have a story to tell.
Either way, we want to hear from you.
FloodList is one of the leading websites about floods and flooding. Your articles will be seen by the thousands of visitors we receive each month, including many professionals and companies in the flood-related sectors.
If you think you can contribute something of value to our site, please contact us using the form below (or use our contacts pages here), sending us some information about you and your ideas for an article(s) for FloodList.
Please note, we keep strict editorial control over what is published on FloodList and reserve the right to refuse or reject any articles that we feel are not a good fit for our site or do not fit with our publishing ethos. In particular, we will not publish articles that are written solely to promote a particular company, product or service, without offering anything of value to our readers. Nor will we publish articles that are not related to flooding and are not relevant to our readership.
A note for marketing agencies:
We receive lots of requests from marketers and search engine companies hoping to send us an article in return for a link.
Any links included in our website are strictly “No Follow” in accordance with search engine guidelines. We want articles of interest to our readers. We do not want articles written purely for SEO backlinks.
If, for example, you feel the need to tell us your articles will be 100% unique and will pass CopyScape, then FloodList is not for you. Please don’t be offended – we put our readers first. We have nothing against marketing / SEO agencies, and there may be other ways in which we can work together. In which case, feel free to get in touch.