Thank you for your interest in guest posting about grant management on MyFedTrainer.com
Guest posting is great way to:
- Get your writing introduced to a new audience
- Build relationships with other writers in your niche
- Generate credibility as a source matter expert
- Increase web traffic and back links to your website from our website
We understand the time required to keep blogs full of fresh and interesting content, and appreciate the time you spend to be considered for guest posting.
The posts must be:
- Federal grant management topics
All submissions must comply with these requirements.
Yes, in addition to these requirements, (and to stay on the good side of the search engines) the following rules apply:
- The guest post must be original material owned by you.
- It shall not be previously published in print or on another website.
- If we accept your submission, you agree to not publish this post on any other website including your own website or in print.
- You certify that you have the legal permission to use any images that you submit with your post.
- Your guest post should include a byline telling the readers about you to a maximum of 200 characters. Your picture (100px x 100px max) may also be included.
- Links to your own website are allowed, but affiliate links are not. (We encourage you to put a teaser post on your own website linking to your guest post.)
- You may include up to 4 links total to other related sites such as your website, about page, social media profiles, etc.
- First, review your guest post submission to ensure it complies with our guest post policy.
- Next, email your guest post submission to Support@MyFedTrainer.com with the subject line: “GUEST POST SUBMISSION”
- Please paste the submission in the body of the email rather than as a separate attachment.
If we approve your post, we will notify you by email within 14 days of your submission of the date your post will appear in the on MyFedTrainer.com blog.
If we are unable you include your submission, we will try to notify you with 14 days of your submission.
There are many reasons that we may not include your submission. Here are a few:
- The editorial calendar is already full.
- The submission doesn’t meet our requirements stated above.
- The topic is not relevant to our grant management audience.
- The guest submission is poorly written.
We appreciate you taking the time to submit a guest post, but we reserve the right to reject any submissions at our sole discretion without giving a reason.
- We reserve the right to edit your submission for grammatical, punctuation or spelling.
- We reserve the right to edit your submission for readability in our website format
- We prefer posts with an average length of 500-700 words. Excessively long posts may be broken into multiple posts at our discretion.
- We reserve the right to include a short introduction or summary in the post to clarify the topic to our readers. If used, this will be clearly identified as separate from your content.
- No major editorial changes to the content will be made without returning the submission for your approval prior to publication.
No, we do not pay for guest posts. There are other non-monetary benefits listed above.
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