Write a Guest Post – Business & Lifestyle Blog
My aim with The Glass Jungle has always been to use my story to inspire others to take the leap into a new and exciting career. Going freelance is one of the best things that I have done in life and working remotely offers me the chance to make my own hours and work with clients who mean the world to me.
Maintaining this blog takes up a lot of my time. Work commitments sometimes mean that I’m not able to dedicate as much as I would like to when it comes to creating new articles. On top of that, I’ve already told a lot of my own story. While there’s still plenty more to tell and I’m having new experiences every day, I and the visitors to The Glass Jungle also want to hear from others who have explored remote working.
That’s where you come in. I want you to write and publish your post here by emailing me at email@example.com. There are a bunch of reasons why you should, some of which we’ll explore together below.
Your Experience Is Valuable to Others
I never knew just how much the work I did and experiences I have had in life could help others until I started this blog. I quickly learned that there are literally thousands of people out there who are just like I was a few years back when I was discovering remote working. I’ve hopefully been able to help more than a few along the way by sharing what I’ve learned. You can do the same if you contribute to my blog. Every experience you have had with remote working and going freelance can help others. Whether it’s reflecting on mistakes you have made along the way or providing tips on where to find work, your experience has value.
The Rewards From Writing
There are two ways that you will be rewarded if you submit a guest post to my blog. Firstly, the feedback that you receive from the readers at The Glass Jungle will help you to make adjustments to your writing and may even spur you on to try new things. The community here is very friendly and we all want to see you succeed. Secondly, if your freelancing career involves writingthis is the perfect place for you to hone your skills. The articles you write for The Glass Jungle can be used in portfolios, plus you will develop a greater understanding of online culture and what the people you want to hire you actually need.
It’s Free Advertising
If you have already spent a little bit of time perusing the blog, you will have noticed that each of the articles we post has a biographical section that allows authors talk about themselves. This is great for new writers, as it gives them credit for their work so they can prove they have written what they say they have. However, it is also ideal for business owners as it allows them to advertise their websites and services in conjunction with the articles they create. If you write for my website the only investment you need to make into advertising with us is the time you spend on creating the article.
One of the most difficult things about going freelance and working remotely is getting your name out there. The more exposure you have, the more likely it is that clients will consider working with you. By writing for The Glass Jungle you can make your voice heard by thousands of people, which may lead to you building a stronger business network that you benefit from in the long run.
What We Write About
We cover a wide range of topics at The Glass Jungle, but we figure it’s a good idea to offer you some guidance on the main subjects we talk about on the blog. If you want to write for my website, anything to do with the following is always considered:
- Where to live
- Finding Work
- Tools and Programs
- Tips and Tricks
- Coworking Spaces
- Food and Drink
- The Academy
- Credit Scores
- Credit Cards & Loans
- Business Finances
Stuck for ideas? These are just a few sample articles that should give you a better understanding of the format we follow and the types of things out audience engages with.
- Tips For Creating The Perfect Home Office Space
- How To Maintain a Schedule When Working From Home
- Mistakes To Avoid When Communicating With Clients By Email
Think you have something to say that The Glass Jungle’s audience wants to hear? If so, you can start your journey by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.