Write for Remote Work Hub
Are you passionate about remote work and helping others succeed with a remote career?
We're always looking for writers to contribute to our blog and solidify their reputation as a coach, HR professional, consultant, or recruiter embracing the remote work movement. We also love inspirational personal stories about working remotely from seasoned remote workers.
If you have ideas, see our guidelines below. We're currently accepting submissions from writers who are looking to cover their own topics related to remote careers and management, and get in front of thousands of readers per day.
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 specific to remote workers.
- Articles with actionable tips.
- Inspirational true stories about your remote working journey and experiences.
- Expert-backed articles on remote work trends.
What We DON'T Like 🙁
- Guest bloggers who are only interested in link building for another brand or company.
- Articles that have been published elsewhere.
- Articles that are too formal or heavy on theory.
We're happy to include your Bio
You can include a short bio with your post, along with your headshot and one ‘dofollow’ link to your website or social media profile of your choice. If you become a regular contributor to our blog, we’ll also create an Author page for you on our site, with a more detailed bio and links to all of your published articles on our site.
How to Pitch Your Article
ESend an email to hello[at]remoteworkhub[dot]com, with the subject line "ARTICLE PITCH" and include the following information:
- A little bit about you: Tell us about yourself, your background and why you’re the right fit for our blog audience.
- Your article idea: Give us an idea about your article title and outline how you would approach the piece, including any experts or sources you would include.
- Links: Send us 2 or 3 examples of articles you’ve written previously.
- Your LinkedIn Profile or website: The wide world web is a funny place. We like to make sure you are who you say you are 🙂
- All external links in the body of guest posts are set to “nofollow” links.
- We have the right to edit and make suggestions to your article before publishing.
- We also have the right to determine when an article will be scheduled for publishing on our blog.
- Once we receive your pitch, we’ll be in touch ONLY if we’re interested in your article. We receive a LOT of emails regarding guest posts, and we're only able to inform those whose pitches have been accepted.