Have you learnt something about blogging that you’d like to quickly share with the rest of us?
Next week I’m heading to Toronto for b5media meetings and to meet my fellow management team for the first time – but while I’m gone I’d like to feature some ‘quick tips’ from readers as guest posts.
I’ve actually prepared a longer series of posts that will start next Monday or Tuesday but would love to intersperse it with a few short and quick blogging tips from you. They can be on any blogging related topic. For example:
- blog tools you’ve found helpful
- blog promotion tips
- writing blog posts
- blogging techniques
- finding stories
- SEO tips
- how to get started etc
I won’t be able to publish everyone’s – but if you’ve got a quick tip to share I’d love to publish it with a link back to your blog. The tips need to be under 150 words in length (I told you they had to be quick) so no long essays or complicated posts please. Obviously the more helpful the better.
Send them to me via my contact form (at the bottom of that page) and include
- your name
- your blog’s name
- your blog’s URL
- your tip’s title
- your ‘quick tip’ – (update: the actual post you want me to post – ie this isn’t a group writing project where I’ll just link to your posts – I’m after guest posts to go up on ProBlogger)
I may slightly edit tips (spelling, grammar and perhaps tweaking titles) but largely they’ll go in unedited so make sure you’re happy with it before sending.
If you’d rather share an anonymous quick tip then you’re welcome to do so also.
If you’ve got more than one – feel free to submit them (maximum of 3 at this point).
As I say – there will undoubtedly be more submissions than I can actually use so please don’t be offended if yours isn’t selected but I’ll try to use as many as I can over the two weeks that I’m away.
PS: Please see comments below for an answer about whether these should be new or previously posted tips.
PS II: I leave on Tuesday so will have to close off submissions on Monday. You can submit them after this but as I’ll be on the road I’ll be less likely to add new ones after that – unless I’m stuck in an airport or something and am looking for something to do.