GUEST POSTING GUIDELINES FOR MISS KWAME SEVENTY-SIX
Who is responsible for coming up with the post idea? Contributors are responsible for coming up with their own post ideas. I am available for brainstorming if you’d like to ensure your idea is a perfect fit for my audience.
How many words should the post be between? Posts should contain no fewer than 500 words; a maximum of 2000 words.
Who will create the image to go with it? Images are provided by the me. No text on images, please.
How many key takeaways does there need to be within the post? If post contains fewer than 1000 words, please include 3-5 key takeaways at a minimum.
What call to action is required at the end of the post? A call to action at the end of the post include: questions about the topic for readers to answer, remind readers to comment and share the posts. Most importantly, include your information to promote your blog, products or services.
How many links back to their content can be included? 2-3 links to your content can be included in the blog post.
How should my bio be? Will this be at the start or end of the post? Your bio will appear at the end of the blog post. It should be no more than 4 sentences.
Who is responsible for replying to comments and shares of the post? I use Disqus to manage the comment section. If you do not have an account, please create one as you and I will share the responsibility of responding to the comments.
When is the post needed? Once we agree upon on post publish date, your post is due by the end of business day, 5pm.
How will they send you the post? Email post to me at firstname.lastname@example.org in Google docs or Word format.
Will you make adjustments to the post? i.e. is it a collaboration? I will proofread the post prior to publishing. I will make recommendations for revisions as needed.