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Thank you for your interest in contributing content on HOMEiA.com. Before you begin producing your content to guest post on our site, please take a few minutes to read our policies below to see whether this is something of genuine interest for you.

Dear Contributors,

If you have spent a few minutes browsing HOMEiA.com you should see the quality of our content and presentations. We strive hard to continually improve our website and maintain the quality of our content for years to come. In order to do that, while opening the door to accept new guest post content, we need to be clear about our expectations for content on HOMEiA.com. That way you will know in advance whether this is a good fit for you, which will save you time and effort. So, let's get straight to the point.

We receive many requests every day asking for permission to contribute content on HOMEiA.com with the promise to deliver high-quality content. And from our experience, "high-quality content" is a relative term. It means different things to different people, and that is okay. We respect your time and want to clearly state what "high-quality content" means at HOMEiA, so you know ahead of time, BEFORE investing hours in your content production.

At HOMEiA, high-quality content means the content must be rated by our editors and industry experts at a level of 9 or 10 (on a scale of 1- 10). On this scale, a rating of 5 would be average and anything below a 5 would be regarded as “spin content.” For example, here is an author who is a power content contributor on HOMEiA having written many articles with a quality rating of between 9 to 10. That said, if you "really" want to guest post on HOMEiA.com, this is what we expect from your content.

We understand that this is a very strict policy, but our standards are high and, in order to be THE best in the industry, we can only accept content from the best contributors. We are pleased to work with those of you who share our values of building something that will be highly regarded for years to come.