Write For One Woman Marketing: Guest Post Guidelines

Write For One Woman Marketing

UPDATE 3.15.13: I am no longer considering guest blog posts, nor responding to requests.

I run guest blog posts on an extremely selective basis. I prefer to run personal marketing stories and essays from small business owners, freelancers and solo entrepreneurs. If you have a great marketing story to share or a unique business perspective, I’d be happy to consider your work. (See an example.)

I am NOT interested in posts written by marketing companies or SEO firms on behalf of their clients. Also, please don’t ask me to provide a list of possible topics. (I have a hard enough time coming up with my own.)

If you’re still interested in contributing, please follow the guidelines below when submitting your post.

Guest Post Guidelines

Guest posts should range from 300 to 600 words in length. Content must be original and not previously published online, including your own blog or website.

While you can’t promote your own business or affiliate products in your blog post, you may include ONE link in your bio. This bio should be ONE sentence long, and will come at the beginning of the guest blog post.

If your bio is more than one sentence long or has more than one link, please note that I will edit accordingly. When submitting a guest blog post for possible inclusion, you also give me the right to edit for length, grammar and readability.

Stuff I Love

•   Personal stories about your marketing experiences and what you’ve learned along the way

•    Internet-friendly formatting, with descriptive headlines, subheads and bulleted lists

•    In-text links to One Woman Marketing blog posts and other relevant marketing resources

•    Photos to run with your guest blog post

•    A question or two at the end of your blog post, to encourage comments

Ready To Submit?

Send me your guest blog post (or an idea for a guest blog post). I’ll check it out and let you know if it’s a good fit!

Sorry, but I can’t provide individual feedback on rejected posts.

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