Are you a writer who loves seniors? Senior Strong is constantly on the lookout for skilled writers with experience in elderly care. We are accepting guest post articles and contributors who want to be part of our community.
Guest Post Submission Guidelines
Please consider the following guidelines to maximize your chances of having your work published on our site:
- Your work must be entirely unique and not previously published.
- We will not accept posts that are too promotional or commercial in nature.
- Although there is no hard and fast rule regarding word count, we prefer articles with a minimum of 1,000 words.
- Finally, we place a premium on quality above quantity. The most effective guest posts are relevant, succinct, comprehensive, and satisfy user intent.
- We urge you to include external links for every guest post that are pertinent to your work, such as news items or studies from which you've gathered statistics.
- We do not connect to information that is excessively promotional, such as unrelated sales landing sites.
- Your post will have a better chance of being published if it contains any relevant connections to other Senior Strong blogs.
- We reserve the right to remove links at our discretion.
We appreciate the concise, easy-to-read text. The following are some of our preferred website copywriting techniques:
- Divide lengthy paragraphs with line breaks.
- Avoid superfluous filler words and "fluff" in your writing.
- Structure your text with subheadings (H2s, H3s, etc.).
- Use bullet points and/or numbered lists to make your material more readable, if applicable.
Before submitting, consider the following:
- Did I proofread and used spell check?
- Did I cite any study or data sources as necessary?
- Did I properly style my article to make it more readable? (for example, bullet points and subheadings)
How to Submit Guest Post
Please provide a brief author bio with your piece. This might be included at the conclusion of the document or in the body of the email submission.
Send your completed draft to [email protected] as a Google Doc. (There is no requirement to pitch first.) We'll do our best to respond as quickly as possible—in the meantime, we appreciate your patience!
Finally, while we reserve the right to alter or reject any submitted content, we are less likely to do so if you adhere to the criteria outlined above.