Do you have a desire to write or blog but don’t know where to begin? Are you looking for a place to share your ideas?
If you are interested in writing a guest post here on StartupNoodle.com, I AM currently accepting guest posts from talented individuals, and I look forward to hearing from you.
If you’re interested in helping current and aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners looking at the Asian market, I invite you to write for my blog!
**NOTE: IF YOU’RE A BUSINESS INTERESTED IN PROMOTING A POST ON MY BLOG, PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR PROMOTIONAL CONTENT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES.
Your post must be on one of these topics and it must help people start, build, or grow their business or bring a unique insight about the market in Asia.
- Personal Development
- Productivity / Time Management
- Teaching a Skill (ex: How to…)
- Online Business / Entrepreneurship
- Branding / Marketing
- Tools, Tips, Resources and Hacks
- Market analysis
- You may not publish your article/post anywhere else, including your own blog or website or blog. My suggestion is that you post a brief “tease” or summary on your site that links to the post.
- You may provide up to four (4) external links: one for your website, one for your bio or About page, one for your social media outlet of choice and one link to a cited resource.
- Your post should be between 600 and 1200 words long.
- For reference, I highly recommend checking out my list of previous guest posts here.
- If I publish your guest post, you must be the one to drive and respond to any and all of the reader comments.
- You are responsible for promoting your post on social media. I will promote it as well.
- You will need to provide an image for your post. The image should be 800px wide and 450px tall. You must own the rights to use the image you provide.
- First, run your post through Grammarly’s free service. Please don’t submit an article with errors; it will get rejected.
- Second, run your error-free post through the HemingwayApp (also free). Shoot for a 7th grade or below reading level and a minimal amount of “hard to read, adverb, passive voice” errors.
- I will review your post/article for grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc. If I make any major changes, I will email the post back to you for your approval before posting.
- I may provide a short introduction or conclusion to your post to provide context or the rationale as to why I think the post is important.
I understand the amount of time and effort it takes to write a blog post. The only guest posts I will publish are those which meet my guidelines and the ones I feel will be interesting and beneficial to my readers.
If I do not approve your guest post, you may request a brief explanation, but, unless otherwise requested, I won’t provide any details as to why.
If your article meets these guidelines and you agree:
- Please email it to me for consideration. It may take me up to a week to respond, if you don’t hear from me, please follow up one time. Please keep your email in line with these guidelines.
- Please include in your email:
1: A text file containing the HTML code for everything which I can copy and paste into a new post.
2: A word file containing the general layout of how you envision things in case the HTML doesn’t work right.
3: The picture for the post (must be 800px wide and 450px tall)
4: A text file containing your intro/bio.
- Please connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn and/or subscribe to my website. Though this isn’t a requirement, if we’re not connected, I’ll wonder why you’re interested in writing a guest post in the first place.
If you can make it easy for me, I’d greatly appreciate it and hope to return the favor!
If I reject your post, you can do whatever you want with it, including publishing it somewhere else. If I approve your post, I will send you a link to preview the formatting and structure for my website. We can work out the day if you’d like.
I’m excited that you’d consider writing a guest post and look forward to hearing from you!
Image Credit by Caleb Roenigk