Article/ Blog Submission Guidelines

We only accept submissions from the original author of the articles or a publicist hired by the copyright owner to submit material here. You may not submit articles that you did not write, in whole or in part, or that you do not otherwise have permission to post. By submitting material, you represent that: (1) you are legally entitled to distribute the work and to allow it to be redistributed, and (2) the posting of the article on or through the does not violate the privacy rights, publicity rights, copyrights, contract rights or any other rights of any person or entity. If you are a book publisher or public relations firm with copy to distribute, please include a note to that effect at the top of the article you submit. We do not pay for articles submitted online through this website, and do not accept articles that are primarily advertisements. However, you may include your name in a byline at the top and a link to the author's personal blog or website (but no ads) at the end of your article.

By submitting an article to us, you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for your article and you assume all risks associated with use of your article, including but not limited to risks associated with any alleged violation of the intellectual property rights of third parties and reliance by third parties on the accuracy, completeness and usefulness of your article. You further acknowledge that, because you alone are responsible for your article, you may expose yourself to liability based on your article.

By submitting an article to us, you hereby grant, its affiliates, parent company, and its subsidiaries, and their respective successors a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, non-exclusive, transferable, fully-paid sub-licensable right and license to copy, reproduce, reformat, modify, translate, excerpt (in whole or in part), distribute, display, or otherwise use the article, not only on, but on any other website where content is used and to distribute the article's content via email to groups we support, if, in its sole discretion, elects to distribute the article. does not guarantee as to how many times your article(s) can or will be reprinted or viewed by the public.

Article Quality and Topics

We are interested in seeing well-written features, how-to articles, book excerpts, as well as hints, instructions, motivational articles, and other articles that will allow our audience to gain knowledge, and help them to succeed in their website endeavors.

Below are the broad subject areas we cover:

  • - Internet Marketing
  • - Affiliate Marketing
  • - E-commerce
  • - Self-Improvement
  • - Blogging & Copywriting
  • - Facebook
  • - Twitter
  • - Google+
  • - 'Top' Lists
  • - SEO Techniques & Updates
  • - Social Media Marketing
  • - Affiliate Marketing
  • - Email Marketing
  • - Niche Articles
  • - Technology
  • - Ecommerce
  • - Dating & Relationships
  • - Sports
  • - Travel
  • - Self Improvement

To ensure article quality, we reserve the right to edit or modify your articles (on a non-regular basis) if we find that they do not comply with the Standard English Language Spelling. We also reserve the right to comprehensively check for inaccurate and invalid content, as well as content originality. However, does not guarantee that will edit your articles or check for inaccurate, invalid or plagiarized content. If an article is proven to be inaccurate, invalid, or plagiarized, we reserve the right to delete the article at any time without notification to you or any obligation to obtain your consent prior to the deletion of the article. All articles must comply with's Acceptable Use Policy and Intellectual Property Policy.

Article Structure and Length

Since the article will be published on, please structure the content so that it is appropriate for reading/viewing on the web.

  • - Ideal length is 500 words or less, but we will accept articles up to 700 words.
  • - Use bulleted points whenever you can.
  • - Use subheads every few paragraphs, even in a 300 word article.
  • - Use bold text and italics for emphasis on words and phrases.
If the information you are trying to convey is too complicated to explain with words alone, consider using a picture or graphic.

For questions or more information, please contact

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  • Enter a short summary of the article being submitted.

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  • Upload a photo (for author bio) Please submit images no larger than 150x150 pixels. Note: we will choose image for blog post if blog post is approved.