Guest Author Guidelines
Guest Author Guidelines
This blog is dedicated to being the place where women entrepreneurs can find answers to their business-building questions.
Here are the Guest Author Guidelines:
1. Write a 400-700 word article (minimum 400 words) that is relevant to goal setting and achieving in one of the following categories:
Business Facts and Tips
Basics of Business
Resources and Reviews
Writing and Publishing
Other relevant topics and subjects.
2. Write an author resource box of between 70 –100 words. It can contain one “live” link to your own website or blog.
3. You retain the copyright to your article giving us permission to use the article in this blog or future publications as long as we give you full credit and recognition.
4. I know this goes without saying – but . . . No porn or questionable topics. Everything must be written for a “G” rated audience.
5. Content is Queen! Content should come first. The article should not contain PLR, an infomercial or spam. You are sharing your expertise with others.
6. You will not be paid for your article but will receive recognition and publicity.
7. No pop-up, pop-under or pop-over ads will be allowed.
8. All articles must be original and have not been published anywhere else on the Internet. By submitting your article for consideration, you are certifying that you own the copyright and all the material is original to you, the author. This is important to retain Google and other search engine rankings.
9. Guest authors have first option for an interview on my BlogTalk Radio show, Women Enjoying Success. Interview will be on a space available basis and at the discretion of Sharon Michaels. An outline of your interview topic can be included with your article. Interviews are educational and informative – not an infomercial. Your product or service will be highlighted along with mention of your website, etc. All interviews are archived and available for downloading on your site, etc. Both Sharon Michaels and the guest retain the copyright to their respective materials on the interview. Details available when an interview is scheduled.
10. All articles must be ready for publication – grammatically correct, spell checked and proof read.
If you have questions or are ready to submit your article, contact Sharon from the “Contact Sharon” form.