Share Your Expertise & Build Your Brand

Are You Passionate About Remote Work and Helping Others Succeed in their Remote Career? 

We are always looking for writers to contribute to our blog and solidify their reputation as coaches, HR professionals, consultants, and recruiters familiar with the remote work space. We also love inspirational personal stories about working remotely, becoming location independent and the digital nomad lifestyle. 

BUT ... we do get a lot of emails from people wanting to pitch an article for Remote Work Hub's blog. We're flattered, however, we do have fairly high standards and not everything is suited to our audience.  

So here's a run down of exactly what we like and don't like, and how to go about pitching an article that gets published.

Here's What We Like ...

  • Strong, well-written pieces that match our voice and style: professional, smart, fresh and conversational.
  • Advice from subject matter experts in fields related to career and job search topics relevant to remote workers.
  • Articles with actionable tips. 
  • Inspirational true stories about your remote working journey.
  • Expert-backed articles on remote work trends.

Here's What We Don't Like ...

  • Guest posts from writers who are involved in link building campaigns for another brand or company.
  • Articles that have been published elsewhere.
  • Articles that heavily promote another company or brand.
  • Articles unrelated to remote workers and their careers.  
  • Articles targeted more to entrepreneurs or business owners. 
  • Articles that are too formal or heavy on theory. 

How To Pitch Your Article

Your article will include your bio at the very bottom and links to your website and/or LinkedIn profile. If you become a regular contributor to our blog, we'll also create an Author page for you on our site, so readers can click through and find out more about what you do.

Follow these Guidelines

Email hello @ with the subject line: 
ARTICLE PITCH: [possible title]

Please include the following information:

  • A bit about you: Tell us about yourself, your background and why you’re the right fit for our blog audience.
  • Your article idea: Tell us the title, provide a sample introduction and outline how you would approach the rest of the piece, including any experts or sources you would include. You don't need to send a complete article at this stage.
  • Links: Send us 2 or 3 examples of articles you've written previously. 
  • Your LinkedIn Profile: The wide world web is a funny place. We like to take a look at your LinkedIn profile to make sure you are who you say you are.

We’ll be in touch within 5 business days if we're interested in your article.  However, because we get a lot of emails be sure to follow the guidelines above, otherwise you may not hear back from us.