As of now, Painting Business Pro blog is accepting guest posts. Unfortunately, I can’t accept every request that comes in, so here are a few guidelines for writing guest posts on Painting Business Pro:
What am I looking for?
Most of the posts on Painting Business Pro are intended to help business owners (in the trades industry) with their everyday issues.
That said, acceptable guest posts include money-saving guide, complete how-to guides, resources, or other insights in running a small to mid-sized painting (or contracting) company.
What submissions will I reject right from the beginning?
Save my time and yours by NOT submitting any spun, spammy or over promotional articles!
You are welcome to write about a topic that has been covered on other sites, but for the post to be included on Painting Business Pro it needs to be thorough and useful for my readers at a level that extends beyond the cookie-cutter articles found elsewhere.
I am also picky about the quality of writing itself.
If you don’t take the time to spell and grammar check the article, I won’t take the time to consider it.
Finally, post should be completely unique to Painting Business Pro and any articles submitted elsewhere will not be considered.
How long should the posts be?
We are working on revamping our website articles and moving forward articles will not be less than 1000 words. An acceptable piece will be at least 1000 words.
I highly recommend writing detailed, useful posts.
Will I link to your site?
Yes. Acceptable links are non-promotional and should be added to simply the author’s bio at the end or beginning of the article.
Steve Georges is a painting expert and writer for the Painting Expert Blog, a resource to help you with your everyday issues.
When will your submission be published?
I am a very busy person and will post as soon as the article is ready. If you’ve submitted a post and haven’t heard back from me in 2 weeks, it’s safe to say I will not be considering your post. Unfortunately, I can’t get back to everyone.
Please note: I reserve the right to edit your post so it fits the tone of Painting Business Pro site and I offer no monetary compensation for published submissions.
To submit an inquiry, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: “Guest Post Request”
Looking forward to hearing from you!