Want To Write For Teach.Workout.Love?
Teach.Workout.Love is looking for Guest Blogging Contributors! This motherhood blogging community is dedicated to all types of moms + military spouses. Motherhood involves teaching + loving your children daily with hopes to fit in self-care + fitness sometimes. Together we are sharing educational advice through means of personal stories, recommendations, and reviews.
We are looking for moms who want to share their stories and bloggers who are interested in broadening their blogging audience and writing portfolio. Guest blogging on similar niche blogs is the perfect place for you to increase your page authority on Google.
Do you have some great stories or advice to share? Then write for us! We want you!
What Can I Write About?
Teach.Workout.Love is currently looking for contributors in the following areas:
- Working Moms
- Military Spouses
- Parenting Tips
- Health + Fitness
- Food + Nutrition
- Skin care
We are open to many topics as long as they will benefit our audience. Please run it by us before writing the article.
Guest Blogging Guidelines
Being a working mom and freelance writer, I am always looking to work with others. If you are interested in guest blogging, here are some guidelines to follow when writing:
- 800-1,000 words per post
- Please provide a specific keyword to go with your post
- The topic must be approved prior to sending the article
- Must include a featured, pinnable image
- Must include keywords in the post
- Picture of the author along with a bio and link to your own blog
- Links can be to your own blog posts, but no affiliate links
- You may not republish your guest post to your own blog afterward
- We may edit and adapt your guest blog content as we see fit, and update it in the future for accuracy and comprehensiveness
- A title checked with Coschedule Headline Analyzer and includes your keyword
- 1 Link for every 100 words
- PLEASE EDIT YOUR WORK! Use spell check and Yoast SEO to help with the editing. As a reminder, no more than 20 words in a sentence – they tend to not pass the readability test.
No double submissions.
Don’t do it. Do not send us an article that has been submitted elsewhere unless you have formally withdrawn it (emailing to say the article has been published elsewhere). We put a lot of time into editing submissions. If we use that resource only to discover you have decided to publish your article in another outlet, you will no longer be welcome to publish with us.
Questions? Please email email@example.com
Guest post examples we love
Want to see what we’re looking for? Below are some wonderful guest blog posts from fellow moms!
How to submit the article?
Use the Google Form below to submit your information and feel free to email us if you have any questions.