We receive emails regularly from many of you expressing your interest in writing a blog post on the Answers blog.
As much of our success is down to our amazing community members, we want to extend an offer to all you – the opportunity to volunteer a blog post and have it published on the Answers blog!
Have you ever dreamed of being famous in the US? Then this is your chance! If your blog hits the spot we may even feature it on our sister-blogs in one of the 21 countries where we blog and translate it into some of the 9 languages we operate in.
This is your chance to have your voice heard, and have millions of people read your words! If that isn’t incentive enough, how about an extra 100 points for each post we publish?
How do I become a guest blogger?
Simple – come up with a suggestion or a full blog post and email it to email@example.com.
Here are a few tips and rules to follow:
1) What should you write about? – Focus on what would interest the Answers Community. We are open to any subject area, even if only slightly related to Answers. This could include educational, instructional or informative topics. Some examples are as follows:
o Subjects that you may have professional or personal experience in, for example if you have recently planned a wedding, you may want to pitch a topic on “How to organize a wedding?”
o Or you could pitch ideas based on your personal experience on Answers, such as tips on getting the most out of Answers, things that could be improved, and anything that you would like to share with the Answers community.
2) Use correct spelling and grammar. The more understandable your suggestion is, the higher the chance it has to be used or chosen as a possible blog topic.
3) If you use any Answers content in your blog posts, it should adhere to the Community Guidelines.
Finally, the legal bit – your blog will be featured on the site in accordance with our TOS. We reserve the right to translate and make editorial changes to your blog if selected.
We look forward to hearing from you – firstname.lastname@example.org
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