If you’d like to become a guest blogger or submit a guest blog here and there, please see the guest blogging guidelines below.
Guest Blogging Guidelines
If you’d like to submit a guest blog post for MisticCafe, please read the guest blogging guidelines below. Please note: Guest blogging guidelines are subject to change.
Guest blogging guidelines
1. Start by pitching ideas for guest posts.
2. Original posts are to be between 700 to 1,200 words. Going over by 100-200 words is okay. Posts will be checked for originality through Copyscape and other programs. No plagiarism is allowed. When sourcing material within a blog post, please give credit and provide a link to your source. Example, According to Amandah, owner of Savvy-Writer.com, “It’s important to cite sources used within a blog post. Remember when you had to write papers using the APAor MLA format and cited all sources?” Please be mindful of grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors. However, blog posts will be reviewed before posting.
3. Suggested topics include the following (open to suggestions):
- Personal development
- Metaphysical and ‘spiritual’ topics
- How to use affirmations
- How to get out of an abusive relationship for good
- How to break the cycle of co-dependency
- How to write your own affirmations
- How to use Norman Vincent Peale’s the power of positive thinking
- Alternatives to positive thinking and affirmations.
- How to let go
- How to deal with toxic relationships
- How to let go of people and situations that no longer serve you
- How to say you’re sorry and mean it
- How to forgive and mean it
- How to deal with loss in all of its forms
- How to meditate
- How to create your own meditations
- How to connect with the ‘right’ people
- How to walk away from relationships that no longer serve you
- Ancient societies and there healings
- How to heal your life
- How to put the past behind you
- How to dissolve fear
- How to change the negative tape that plays over and over in your mind
- How to move past a horrible childhood
- How to find the ‘right’ romantic partner
- How to find supportive friends
- How to use your intuition and tune into people
- How to develop your psychic | intuitive abilities
- Anything else related to mind and personal development
4. Please don’t stuff posts with keywords and phrases.
5. Please use a great headline! If you need help with headlines, download Jon Morrow’s Headline Hacks report. Also, I reserve the right to ‘tweak’ headlines.
6. If you incorporate links into posts, please make sure they work and limit to three good links. NO SALESY links!
7. You may put a link to your website and a short bio (250 words or less) within your post at the end of the blog post.
8. Submit posts in a .doc, .docx, rtf, or .txt file. Email submissions to email@example.com. Or, copy and paste the text within the email. It’s up to you.
9. Photos are not mandatory to accompany a blog post. However, if you choose to use a photo in your post, please make sure you have the right to use it. Please adhere to copyright law and give credit to the artist/photographer. Visit StockExchange, iStock, and other websites for photos.
10. Posts shall be free of racism, sexism, religious intolerance, prejudice, etc. There’s enough of this online, and in life in general.
11. Please DO NOT STUFF posts with marketing and sales links.
12. Please wait six months to reprint a blog post to avoid duplicate content.
As the owner of MisticCafe.com, I reserve the right to edit posts for grammar and punctuation; your theme won’t be edited. Please submit posts via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Acceptable file extensions include .doc, .docx, and .txt. Again, you can always copy and paste text directly into the email.
Please include a current photo, link to your website and short bio in your email. I’ll do my best to notify you when your blog post has posted; otherwise, please check MisticCafe. I look forward to hearing from you.
Thank you for considering becoming a guest blogger for MisticCafe.com. Sharing your knowledge is the perfect way to grow your business and help people at the same time. I look forward to hearing from you.