A Guide for Ryte Magazine Authors

What you should keep in mind when writing for the Ryte Magazine.

About Ryte

Ryte stands for professional quality management of websites. The focus of the web-based tool is sustainable optimization for search engines: the special analysis software goes through internet sites or online shops in search for error sources and optimization potential. With Ryte website owners can crawl the contents of their website and make it visible to search engines.

The Ryte Magazine

We operate the Ryte Magazine in connection with the Ryte software by writing about current topics in online marketing and about the company Ryte. The magazine is available to everyone at ryte.com/magazine/.

Here we regularly publish articles by specialist authors who give practical insights and thereby position themselves as experts of their specialist field. A deciding factor for the development of the magazine was the strong growth of the online marketing branch and a missing central contact point which offers reliable in-depth information on different topics and articles by real experts online.

Now all these aspects can be found combined in our magazine: meanwhile more than 30 authors of the online marketing industry write for us regularly. The selection of topics ranges from search engine optimization to various specialist fields of online marketing such as, for example, neuro-marketing and IT law.

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For a successful cooperation with Ryte


As an author for Ryte you write at least one article per month, but we also welcome you to write several articles per month. You chose the topic of the article and suggest it to us beforehand. Then the topic suggestion is reviewed and released by us. In consultation with your contact person of Ryte you can immediately start writing. If possible, send us the article as a Google Drive Doc. Of course we will take care of the subsequent editing.

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The articles

Our specialist articles give extensive and profound insights into the areas of online marketing. The individual article topics (preferably no series of articles) are red-hot, practical and challenge the reader. If possible, all articles should include concrete practical tips. General articles are rather rarely wanted in the magazine.

We want our authors to write the articles in English and with a loose, objective and informative writing style. Please also avoid using rhetorical questions, slang and assumptions and support your article with proven facts. Sources and references are to be included as direct links in the text.

Our audience has a technological affinity and already has basic knowledge in the areas of online marketing and SEO.

Structure of an article

A meaning title is always followed by a short teaser on the following article that is supposed to encourage the reader to keep on reading. Subheadings for the respective sections follow regularly. Incorporating images, for example screenshots, into the text is welcome.

On the right side of the teaser you can find an author box with some information about you and links to your social media channels. Below the article we give the readers the opportunity to share the article on Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus. There is also a comments function for authors and readers to exchange information and to provide direct feedback. The author is supposed to take care of this section after his article is published and, if necessary, reply to comments.


For the author box next to the article we need a profile picture, a short author description (with a maximum of 330 characters) and the links to your social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Xing, LinkedIn or to your personal website. You are also welcome to send us a suitable article image for the respective article (please respect copyrights).

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Are you curious? Great! If you’re interested in becoming an expert author for the Ryte Magazine and offering our readers exciting content, register here and submit your sample text via the following formula (maximum 400 words).