Guest Blog for us!
Share your expertise!
Do you believe in business & career enrichment for women? Have publishing or blogging credits?
An in-depth understanding about your area of work? Then we’d love to share your message, tips and advice with our audience!
Guest Blogging on Maroon Oak is not a paid opportunity, but given our reach on the web (ranking on Google & Alexa) and social media, your work and brand gets great exposure!
Submit your pitch and details here!
Review guidelines for guest blogging below
Topics we love (but not limited to)
Entrepreneurship, job hunting, success, mindset, marketing and social media for small business, communication, blogging, design, branding, career options, work-life balance, How-to’s (how to start a career in …… Or how to use Evernote etc.)
We are looking for fresh perspectives on topics most relevant to women. Whether it’s an advice piece or a personal story of how you created a business out of a hobby, we want your personal voice, combined with examples and meaningful takeaways for our audience.
What we need from you
Each guest post must be your own original work that has not been published on any other website, forum, chat or social media network. Suggested length 800 – 1500 words.
If you’re pitching a post, please share a query (1-2 paras) outlining your basic ideas. Please also include details of your Blog, Social Media and other publishing links.
If you’re sending a completed article, please paste it in the body of an email or as a Google Doc with a shareable link (but not as a document file).
Do include proper attribution of data, quotations, and outside content referenced in the article.
Do read the previously published articles to get an idea of content our audience likes and needs . To avoid unnecessary duplication of effort, review the existing articles under your category of expertise.
Please also utilize the search option on our blog to view previously published articles on topics you might be thinking of pitching( to avoid unnecessary duplication of content).
Support your advice with examples – e.g. here’s why aggressive networking tactics don’t work or how you can grow your business through collaboration.
Make sure your article isn’t overly self-promotional – while your experience matters and you should call attention to it, an excess of advertising undermines pretty much everything you’re sharing. You can share links to your product or brand in your author bio.
The fine print
Plagiarism or copyright infringement is not permitted. When quoting others, please make sure to properly cite your source.