If you write about career, business, and employment topics, we want to hear from you! Submit your guest post today and see your work published on our site.
We’re always looking for fresh perspectives on the world of work, so if you have something to say, we want to give you a platform to share it. Whether you’re an experienced writer or just getting started, we welcome submissions from all authors.
Not sure what to write about? Here are some ideas to get you started:
- Career advise for job seekers
- Tips for starting your own business
- Advice for managing your finances
- How to advance in your career
- Work/life balance tips
- And more!
If you need more ideas about topics for your future guest post, visit our Career Blog. However, you are always welcome to pitch your topic to our editor: asheybrown39 @ gmail.com
If you have an article that you think would be a good fit for our site, please contact us. We review all submissions and will get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks for writing to us!
Guest Post Publishing Guidelines:
We can accept your guest post only if it matches our guidelines. Please, read them before sending a pitch to us:
- Articles should be between 700 and 1000 words. If you have a good long read, we can accept it as well.
- Include a title written for people, not for search engines.
- Please include a brief author bio with your submission. Also, we can publish your article by our name.
- Articles should include 1-2 images to accompany your article (optional). If images are under the license, provide a link to their author.
- We accept submissions in Google Docs format, not in .docx, .pdf or .txt.
- We don’t publish articles with links to gambling, pharma, hacking software or so. Our editors remain right to remove them.
- Articles should be unique and written by a human.
What do we expect from our guest authors?
Respect our time and send us pitches somehow related to our website. For example, if you writing on behalf law office, don’t send us the topic “How to do Marketing for Lawyers”. Instead, we’ll be happy to accept your thoughts on “How to Get a Job as a Paralegal in NYC” or so.
We look forward to reading your submissions!