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Thanks for your interest in the Remote Work by 3veta blog.

We love to publish guest posts because they allow us to provide various topics from top experts to our readers.

We get a lot of guest post requests, but we can’t accept all of them! 

However, if you follow these guidelines, you’ll have the best chances of being accepted as a guest post author.

remote work guest posts

Who are our readers?

Our blog is visited and read by:

  • consultants
  • remote workers
  • hybrid workers
  • business owners
  • anyone who provides online consultations

Remote work guest posts guidelines

First and foremost, we share content that is informative, engaging, and entertaining. Use our blog to show your expertise. We do not accept duplicate content, and we check each submission for plagiarism.

Length: Posts should be 1,000+ words in length.

Tone: Write as if you are explaining to a friend. Don’t over-complicate but also don’t be condescending. Please check our blog to get to know our writing style.

Structure: Break up your content so it is easy to read. Use headings, subheadings, and bullets to improve the readability of the guest post. Include 2-3 images per 1000 words. Please use Unsplash for free, high-quality images and give attributions.

Proper grammar: Make sure you proofread and edit your article if needed before submitting it to us. Not sure about your grammar? The least you can do is to use Grammarly – it’s free!  

Outbound Links: The post should have at least 3 external links to credible websites and at least 2 links to other 3veta blog posts. 

Backlinks: Feel free to link to your site but only if it’s a relevant blog post. We accept 1 link placed in the content for link building purposes. (We do not allow linking to adult and betting sites within a guest post.)

Author Bio: All final drafts should be accompanied by an author bio and a photo (150x150px). The author bio should be up to 50 words long and may include 1 link to your business website and/or any social media handle.

N.B. We reserve full editorial control over the content and may edit or tweak your submission. That includes removing too much self-promotion, optimizing for SEO, and all kinds of other edits, both small and large.

Examples of approved guest posts

93. Guest contribution - How to start a sales consulting business

Do you love sales? Probably, you enjoy talking to people, doing cold calls, and converting those clients. If you love doing all of this, starting a sales consulting business could be a great start.

92. How To Promote Your Consulting Business On Social Media - Thumbnail

As the times are changing, so is social media. Right now social is one of the hottest places to promote your online business. Here's how.

86. Guest Contribution - Advisory vs Consulting

Consulting and Advisory are two similar but relatively distinct roles that are quite popular in the corporate space. Here’s a simple guide to help you learn more about them.

80. Consulting networking Why you need to network and how

Consulting networking is the fastest way to advance your consulting career. Here's why you should network even more!

75. 9 Tips on How to Grow and Scale Your Consulting Business

You are trying to build your own consultancy business. And while you are an expert in your domain, finding clients for your online consulting business turns out to be a whole new challenge.

Accepted blog post titles

Please do not pitch

How to submit a guest post

1. Fill out our guest contribution form

Once you’ve come up with a topic, please fill out this form.

What to include in the form:

  • Your name and contact details
  • A working title for your guest post
  • A short pitch explaining your idea
  • Examples of previous posts you have written

 

2. Wait to hear back from us

Don’t start writing until we have approved the topic!

Please keep in mind that we receive many pitches and we may not be able to reply to all.

However, if we like your pitch we’ll get back to you within 5 business days.