Just want to extend an opportunity for those writers that have experience in various online publishing platforms to have a guest post and get a couple of backlinks out of the deal.
Popped together a new site (like just a few hours old)
Looking for short like 250 word (of course there is no maximum)
personal descriptions of experiences and tips etc about any of the major online publishing places (hubs,squid,ehow,triond,factoidz,xomba,cc,ac...etc.) or as a freelance writer or webmaster. Just an opportunity to self promote in what your skilled or experienced at
You can link to your personal sites, to your freelance writing sites, profiles at other sites or even an aff link or two you want to promote..no restrictions
i can include a photo and contact info if you like too.
Its going to be an Experts or Professionals sub topic of the site.
For those who feel its worthwhile contact me through whatever method (Im easy to find), i wont be posting a link to the site (Ever!) so I can keep all the links one way from the site towards hubs.
Im trying to cut down to just 30 niche sites - and I will post on each site at least once a week, so it will be a couple of months before this site sees much traffic and content, so I cant promise any huge immediate results for participating -
but figured this should be my first place to look for experienced folk
I would be interested. Take a look at some of my hubs and see what you think. If you like what you see or any particular hub I would be happy to write something specific and take advantage of this. I am sure you will get many offers so just let me know. You can email me through hubpages.
Hey Josh, if you're interested, I can get you a post on pro-blogging using wordpress. I'm working on a couple of them right now and they're more than 600 words.
That would be excellent!
I was planning on contacting you directly anyways as i planned on adding a link to your hubbers blog and I was going to see if you needed any specific anchor text
Because i got a couple of emails (which I will respond to) Im already seeing one common thread.
Its not up to me to judge you as an expert or an authority, if you feel you have the experience and something worth sharing about your time writing online, than you fit my crietria.
I went for a walk tried to think the concept out better.
So here it is:
A lot of people write for other places,write offline , are featured writers for theme specific websites etc. Here at hubpages we often get a little friction between the differences this format has over others. For those that know the other formats (and this one) Im just offering one place to showcase yourself and what you are "expert" at. At this point your probably helping me more than Im helping you since the site is so new. But at least I can offer a few backlinks and the fact that i will heavily promote the site including your posts
Ive read your work before I would be honored to showcase any info or experience you would like to share.
Sunforged, I have lots of experience with Helium Marketplace. In fact, I made more there than anyone else on the site in 2008. I'm also a regular contributor to Horseman Magazine and another web mag or three. I sell articles on Constant Content, too. Are you interested?
Richard, my apologies I realize your site is an article directory, I was a little distracted with the conceptualization of the new site while I typed that response.
Yes! 100% interested Habee in all of those especially about Helium as I have 0 experience with the site and you certainly must have the type of knowledge I would like to share. Top earner!
I think maybe some people are being modest since I said "expert and authority" I think a better description of where I am going with this is "Writers Spotlight" where do you write? Where can one find your work? What tips about your experiences can you share...that type of thing.
particularly those that offer writing services through their own sites , your completely invited to promote yourself and show off your portfolio
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