20’s Finances always welcomes guest posts from fellow personal finance bloggers.
- Ways to Save Money
- Managing your finances (budgeting, building up credit, etc.)
- College Finances
- Retirement Planning
- Real Estate Investments
How to Get Accepted
- Choose a topic that you want to write about and that is relevant to 20’s Finances. Anything listed above is a great start. If you have another idea that you think is relevant, email me to ask.
- Send me an email to introduce yourself (including your blog website) and your suggested topic. If you are a reader and do not have a blog of your own, that is okay as well. Just explain this in your email. You can email me at 20sfinances [at] gmail [dot] com.
- Once I agree to consider your guest post, you can write the guest post and include 2 links in your article. (no affiliate links)
- Be sure to include a short author bio (For example: This is a guest post from John Smith who writes at …)
- Please submit your guest post in HTML format in a .txt file.
- If you have any questions about how to do this, feel free to ask me for clarification.
Tips for Writing
In order to increase your odds of getting your post published, please make sure to keep the following advice in mind:
- All submitted material must be original work
- I will not publish anything with major grammatical mistakes. Proofread your work!
- Try to keep material between 500-800 words.
- Be sure to include subtitles and break up long paragraphs into separate paragraphs. Feel free to use bullet points to avoid long paragraphs. If you need an example, look at any of my recent posts.
- The more personal, the better. The best bloggers relate what happens in their lives to their topics. You probably want to do the same.
- Don’t underline (this confuses people into thinking it is a link).
If you have any questions, please contact me at 20sfinances [at] gmail [dot] com or use the contact form.