Guest Bloggers

Are you a Virtual Assistant too? We would love to have you guest post about your work at home life.

The Benefits

This is not a paid opportunity, it is simply an opportunity to share your knowledge with other virtual business owners and get some exposure for yourself. We currently have built up more than two hundred weekly visitors to our blog posts and that number is growing every week. As we mentioned before, you are welcome to include a banner of no bigger than 468 x 60 or 200 x 200 at the bottom of your post. However, this is not a request for sales posts, it is a request to share experience. You are also welcome to link back to your business site or blog (a maximum of two linkbacks per contributed post will apply).

The Rules

Guest posts are to be original content, professionally proofread, and preferably written in first person. If you are chosen as a guest blogger, you will receive an email from our WordPress blog inviting you to be a contributor to this blog.

Proofreading your post

All posts must be proofread using professional etiquette and grammatically correct. All material must be non-offensive and viewable to the general public. If you do not have a proofreader then one of out lead contributors: Jen has been gracious enough to offer professional proofreading for five dollars per post (with a maximum of five hundred words).

Word Count Limits (for First Invitations)

Minimum: 100 words
Maximum: 500 words

Photos and Images

Limit 2, one of which can be a banner.
Photo credits are required unless you choose an image from Microsoft Office’s free image gallery.

More information and some ideas about what you could write about in your guest post you can see the original invitation for this opportunity at: Looking for Virtual Assistants to Spotlight

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We thank you for your interest in contributing to our virtual business community.

Jennifer Gallaher of Virtual Assistance by Jen
Kena Roth of Virtually Assisting You
Amber Whitener of Virtual IT Assistants