Guest Posts

Writing From Nowhere is accepting guest posts! I love accepting and publishing guest posts by fellow bloggers and online business owners to give readers a well-rounded learning experience. 

Audience

Readers at Writing From Nowhere want to find the success that they see other people having online.

They see people making money and living their desired lifestyles, such as traveling full-time or moving abroad, and they’re daydreaming of doing the same. They need to believe that it’s possible for them too, and guidance as they navigate making money online.

Some readers will start freelancing or job searching for remote positions, while others will dive into the online business world. Writing From Nowhere is here to help people in their first 1-3 years of this journey.

Good guest post topics include: 

  • Lifestyle design: your alternative lifestyle, tips/your process making your dream lifestyle a reality 
  • Making money online: freelancing, Etsy selling, content creation, you name it 
  • Saving money: lifestyle deflation, frugal living tips, budgeting, etc.
  • Online business: staying organized, tools, remote work tips, etc. 
  • Mindset: navigating the soft skills required to live your dream lifestyle, just as confidence, relationship management, networking, selling yourself, etc. 
  • Do you have an idea but you don’t see it covered here? Pitch it! 

Guest post Guildelines: 

  • Original piece not published anywhere else  
  • 1,200-word minimum 
  • Structured writing (headings, short paragraphs, clear points and easy to read) 
  • Similar tone to the other writing on Writing From Nowhere. All blog posts are friendly, not corporate, in tone. The goal is to talk to the reader as if you’re giving a friend advice over a cup of coffee 
  • Optimization optional. You can choose your own keywords and optimize, or if SEO isn’t your jam then I will optimize it after you send your draft
  • Overgeneralizations don’t work well, such as “use Google to drive website traffic to your business” as a marketing tip. Since many of my readers are still budding entrepreneurs, topics need to be well-explained 
  • Guest posts may include links to your content, but it must always be directly relevant and has to be natural. Adding more than 1 link for everyone 300 words is too cluttered
  • Successful guest posts will draw on your personal background and offer anecdotes but will not be autobiographical in essence. All content published on Writing From Nowhere is informative, not story-based. Every piece should be about the reader, not the writer.

Some of the nitty-gritty: all submissions will be original pieces of work, not published anywhere else online, at the point of pitching or in the future. When you submit a piece, you accept that I may edit, make changes and update the piece at the point of publication or in the future.

Shoot your idea over to kayla@writingfromnowhere.com with the subject line “Guest Post Submission” and I’ll eagerly read your pitch! 

Some existing successful guest posts on Writing From Nowhere are: 

  • Career Fulfillment: How To Know If Your Career Isn’t A Good Match { post }
  • Fundamental Tips On Ethical Pricing For New Entrepreneurs { post }
  • How To Make SEO Work For Your Small Business { post }

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If you’re a brand or company that would like to talk about a further collaboration, please get in touch here.

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