Guest Posting

If you have your own blog and are interesting in writing a guest post for The First Million is the Hardest, just send me an email at 1stmillionblog (at) gmail (dot) com 

All I ask is that you give me your name, the URL of your blog/website, and have an idea for a topic that you would like to write about. I have a hard enough time thinking of things to write on my own, I don’t need the added pressure!

It doesn’t matter if you’re a brand new blogger on the scene or a household name, I’m happy to help anyone. I don’t even care if your blog is a finance blog or not. If you have an idea for a post that even loosely ties to money let me hear it!

All I ask is that guest posts meet the following requirements:

  1. Your post should be at least 500 words in length. I’m not going to count it like your 3rd grade English teacher, but it needs to be something of substance.
  2. Edit your post. Please check your spelling and grammar before you submit it to me. I’m not claiming to be a perfect writer, and I will double-check it before publishing but it would be awfully kind of you to try to make editing easy for me.
  3. Don’t include any spam/affiliate links in your post. You are more than welcome to include up to 2 links back to your own blog/website, but don’t use a guest post to try to get me to sell things for you.

    3a. (optional) I encourage you to include a short bio about yourself at the beginning or end of your post. Let the people know who you are and what you’re about!

  4. Quid Pro Quo. On the day I publish your post I will pimp it to my readers across the interwebs via Facebook and Twitter just as I would a post of my own. I simply ask you do the same!

That’s it! So if you’re interested in being featured on The First Million is the Hardest email me now!

*All accepted guest posts will be reviewed prior to publishing. Posts may be edited for spelling, grammar, clarity or length at my discretion.

 

 

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