Write For Us – Guest Post
Here at PSFBuzz we welcome guest posts, we think from a readers perspective it is interesting to read other peoples opinions on topics covered on the site.
PSFBuzz has a huge subscriber base of over 10,000 people, meaning your site will receive a huge amount of exposure.
Though we are happy to hear from anyone who wants to pitch a guest post to the site, there are guidelines which must be followed:
Content submitted to PFSbuzz must not have been used previously. We run all content through copyscape prior to posting to ensure that our content is not duplicated elsewhere.
It can’t be a post that has been posted on your own blog or anywhere else before. In other words, it must be a new post.
The article must be high quality, written in English with correct spelling, grammar and punctuation. It must also be interesting and the subject must be related to business, finance or anything relating to the public sector. The post must be at least 350 characters long and may contain 1 external link within the byline. (We do not allow links to unrelated sites or anything associated with payday loans, gambling, affiliates or adult content)
Any links to a site that is commercial in nature may fall under the category of “advertising” and you will be notified of this prior to us publishing the article.
We reserve the right to edit the post as needed, including the removal of links and to reject posts that are not related to the subject matter of the site. In the event that we need to make an amendment or reject your article you will be notified.
To submit a guest contribution to PSF Buzz, please send your proposed article title to email@example.com or fill in the contact form below.
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