Guest Bloggers

Exciting News!

Due to the overwhelming number of submissions to become a guest blogger for “the Virtual Assistant Journal” (formerly known as It’s a Work at Home Life), we are not going to conduct phone interviews as we initially planned. In response to your requests, we are verifying your business validity and sending out invitations to the verified entrepreneurs to be contributors to our blog. We are setting up a tentative schedule and working hard to make sure that you all have the opportunity to share the spotlight on our blog.

Now is the time to contact us about guest posting on “It’s a Work at Home Life” if you haven’t already.

Scheduling

The schedule is filling up fast so if the date chosen for your post doesn’t work for you, please contact us as soon as possible so that another virtual assistant can take your place and you get a new date as well. We already have every Tuesday and Thursday booked through the end of October! And there are more messages sent to VA’s for more information about their business.

For the quality of our blog, we are not going to invite more than one person to guest blog on a given day.

WordPress Role: Contributor

We are sending invitations through WordPress for contributors. With a contributor status you may write a post, but an administrator will need to publish it for you. Contributors cannot accidentally delete published posts or work on anything outside of the post they are working on. This will be the perfect place to start.

We strive to keep high quality content. The goal is to write an article that will add value to the reader’s work week. This is all about balancing business, technology, and personal life while you work at home. We are very protective of our professional reputations so please review the basic rules about contributing to this blog.

Content that is inappropriate or completely irrelevant to this blog will not be published. So if you are unsure of the topic or details you have included, please ask one of us.

Currently we are only sending out one-time invitations to write to hundreds of other virtual business owners. This could lead to more invitations to write for us or other blogs.

Something to think about:
What do you want the virtual business world to know about you? How are you going to represent your expertise and your business?