You will submit 2-5 post topic ideas based on the above criteria.
I would let you know my preferred topic from those choices. You would send me a draft which I would edit. In my editing process, I’m looking not only at grammar & readability but also the length of sentences. Long sentences don’t read well, especially on mobile. Thus I may break long sentences into two.
I will also likely link to 2 or more of my previous posts if they tie into the subject matter.
Over 60% of my audience is in the US, thus while you may not be, your post ideas need to be relevant to my audience. The UK and Canada make up the next 2 biggest audiences. Thus well over 80% of my audience is from one of those places.
So if your post includes links to things that are local to places other than those countries, I almost certainly will not use them unless you are paying for a sponsored post. Even then, links to local businesses rarely make sense given my audience is from a wide variety of places.
If you or your guest post author does not speak and write fluent English my blog is probably not a good fit as I don't have time for extensive editing to make a post flow naturally in English.
I always send you a sneak preview before posting so you can review and offer feedback/suggestions/changes; I want you to be proud of the finished product! But do expect there to be some changes to your original draft; this is a collaboration and ultimately representative of me since it appears on my site.
During the preview review period this is your opportunity to request changes, additions, deletions or ask questions before the post is published.
Once published I very rarely go back and make changes due to the author’s failure to properly review the post during the review period.