Yes indeedy, I need guest posters. I have a multitude of projects which I’m desperately trying to get off the ground but don’t want to launch as empty websites; I also have a couple I want to boost with traffic before I go back to work (as I’m expecting Nov-Dec to be bloody busy). As such I need some guest posts…
- Are you a geek mum? — I’m after some geeky posts. It doesn’t matter what you’re geeky about… gaming, blogs, movies, whatever. Can you write a few paragraphs about your favourite subject? Can you review something recently released?
- Are you a WAHM mum with a website? — I’m looking for some WAHM websites to feature on a new site aimed at WAHMs to help them build and promote their business without breaking the bank and without a degree in computer science. Could also do with any basic guides to pwning your niche from SEO experts out there.
- Are you a designer or developer? — the changes to tutorialtastic are nearly done but it needs some fresh stuff to go with the improved older tutorials. If you know about design or developing and have an idea for a tutorial that is not already covered I want to hear from you.
- Are you a whiz reviewer? — rev.iew.me needs some guides to boost the help section. How to write decent reviews, how to accept bad reviews, how to write reviews for specific websites etc etc.
That’ll do for now. I may be adding a couple more things to this post so feel free to check back if you’re interested in writing guest posts but don’t ‘qualify’ for those above. If you do qualify and are interested, shoot me a mail at email@example.com. Include a link to your blog or a sample of your work. Can’t pay you because I’m
a tightass broke at the minute, but you’ll get links to a site of your choice both on the individual entry and here on this blog. Ta sweeties :3