Community Blogger Guidelines for Find My Profession

Community Blogger Guidelines for Find My Profession

At Find My Profession, we have 50 guest bloggers who share professional career advice.

All career advice is relevant to job seekers in the US and around the world.

So, if you have some career advice to offer, we want to publish it on our blog.

Here are the guidelines on how to write for Find My Profession’s blog.

How long should it be?

  • 500 to 1000 words

What should I write about?

We focus our career advice on an audience of:

  • Executives and/or job seekers at a mid to senior-level stage of their careers.

Original content is permitted, only. We cannot publish content that appears elsewhere online.

Short on ideas but have lots to say?

For a complete list of ideas:

We invite you to read our blog thoroughly to get an idea of the content we are seeking.

General notes

  • Writing for Find My Profession’s blog is for the benefit of guest authors. Content is not compensated monetarily.
  • Find My Profession gets the approval of a guest author before publishing.
  • Content may be reformatted for blog guidelines and SEO purposes.
  • Sorry, no commercialized content selling services or products.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Steven Lowell, blog editor, at slowell@findmyprofession.com or through LinkedIn.

We look forward to reading more from you!

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