Want Becca or Angela to Visit Your Blog?
Looking to Guest Post at Writers Helping Writers?
We are happy to host writers and industry professionals to the blog! However, due to the sheer amount of requests we receive, we have to be selective in the content that we publish.
WE DO NOT ACCEPT:
- Material from content marketers
- Requests for backlinks (paid or unpaid)
- Ads for products and services
- Articles from writers promoting essay writing services
- Articles focused on academia and student life
Here are some tips for determining if we’re the right fit for you:
We are an education-focused resource for writers. Posts we accept target an aspect of writing, publishing, marketing or promotion and offer fresh insight to our readers. That said, we favor articles on improving one’s writing craft, and especially those that are important topics many writers wrestle with but are not often discussed.
To find out if we’ve already covered your idea, you can do a search or browse previous blog posts by category. Both of these functions can be found in the right-hand sidebar of the home page.
We’re looking for posts by writers and industry professional who wish to share their knowledge and experience. Rights remain with the guest poster as we don’t pay for material. We will also entertain reprints if the material is exceptional.
The average post at Writers Helping Writers is 800-1000 words long.
Because our blog is used by many teachers with students in the classroom, our posts need to maintain a PG rating. Please keep this in mind when it comes to language choices and overall topics.
Due to the large number of writing blogs out there and the advice that’s generously being shared, we want to make sure we aren’t recycling the same old tips. The content we post needs to be fresh, providing ideas and information that is in some way new or profound.
Your post should be practical and accessible to all levels of writers. Be sure to include some tips for how writers can apply the new knowledge you’re sharing. Links to further information and resources are also encouraged.
Submitted posts should be edited and typo-free. If your content requires major editing, we will pass, so take your time and only send your best work.
Guest posters are expected to share the post online once it publishes and respond to comments at the blog as they come in. This is something our readers have come to expect, and it’s a great way for authors to connect with potential new readers.
Keep in mind that a post’s main function is not to promote; instead, it’s an opportunity for the poster to demonstrate knowledge and to help writers overcome common struggles. If you have a book, product, or service to introduce to our readers, you’ll have a chance to do so in your bio.
Publicists, please do not send us unsolicited books or email “form” letters inviting us to review books or host authors. Take the time to understand who we are and what our blog focuses on.
If you’re still interested in posting with us, we’d love to hear from you. To help us stay organized, please send your request via this FORM, and we’ll be in touch.
Have a Book You’d Like Us to Review?
Unfortunately, Becca and I rarely offer book reviews. We really wish we had the time, but it takes away from our writing and the management of this blog, and we’d rather focus on helping all our visitors in the ways we do best.
If you are an author seeking exposure for your book or a writer looking to build your platform and gain experience in guest blogging, you are welcome to fill out the guest post form above. Unique content will be prioritized.