Blogger Agreement Contract Template for Guest Bloggers

Blogger Agreement Contract Template


Use this Blogger Agreement template if you want to engage a guest blogger to provide you with content on a regular basis. This Blogger Agreement template will set out the terms on which you engage the guest blogger. Don’t wait until you are a bigger company to protect yourself, take your business seriously and protect yourself now. Putting things in writing protects both parties and gives certainty.


This Blogger Agreement sets out the terms on which you engage the guest blogger and who owns the IP (intellectual property in the content - hint, hint: you should, but if you don’t specify that in a contract, guess what? The blogger owns the content).

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Key Features

  • Scope of work: how many blog articles, how many words, pillar content
  • Key messaging: SEO, hashtags, brand tags
  • Plagiarism
  • Timeline: i.e. frequency of articles
  • Fees and how and when they are paid
  • Ownership: i.e. who owns Intellectual Property in the blog content
  • Approval process
  • Exclusivity
  • Termination


  • Word format for quick and easy editing
  • User Guide to walk you through what it all means

For Who

Any business and their brand planning to use guest bloggers for their content creation and strategies.

For What

This agreement is all about the brand. When you engage a blogger to write for your brand, this fancy document sets out clear boundaries for each party, like who owns the intellectual property, how many revisions you get, what the time frames are, what the fees are and so on. Protect yo’self!


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Jurisdiction: All Australian jurisdictions. This template adheres to Australian principles of contract law and is designed for those doing business in Australia. While similar principles may apply in your jurisdiction, please consult with a lawyer qualified in your jurisdiction.

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