Write for The Pen Thinker
A few rules apply and all of them were set to help you produce the best possible content. The better the content, the more helpful it will be to our readers!
Guidelines for Guest Writers
1. Your writing niche doesn’t matter. The way you present it to my readers does.
Please, give it your best and write in a simple, clear English. Any stylebook will do.
2. Make your piece at least 500 words in length (1,200 words ideal).
Meaty posts engage more readers and are (you’ll convene with this) more helpful.
3. Proofread your work prior to submission.
I don’t mind a few typos (you’re only human, and I can fix those) but bad grammar is a whole another thing.
And too many typos are also a bad thing because they show me that you haven’t reviewed your content.
Please review your work before submitting!
4. Add an image if you can.
5. Limit links to 3 per pieces.
One of which can be your site, the other two relevant articles to support your argumentation (they can be your pieces, as long as they’re published somewhere else than your blog)
6. NO affiliate links, please.
I’d like to keep advertising separate from content, thanks.
7. No reprints.
This is a blog, not a magazine. All guest posts must be original and unpublished (of course, you can-not republish your guest posts from ThePenThinker.com online – unless you know how to properly use the rel=canonical attribue – but you can in print).
That’s all. 🙂 Please contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to contribute to The Pen Thinker as a guest writer.