Interested in contributing? Hacking Your Budget is now accepting personal finance related guest posts!
I would love to hear your idea (please send me the idea before any content).
If you’re interested in submitting a guest post, please keep in mind:
- Your post should be interesting!
- I’m generally looking for content over 700 – 800 words (longer preferable, as long as you’re not just throwing in content just do to so). Exceptions can be made, but it has to be some great content.
- Links? One link can be included if you’re wanting to link back to a relevant website you own. Also, please include links to other relevant resources that you think may support your content. I hold the right to include an internal link to a relevant piece of my own content.
- NO SPAM. I will end up removing or adjusting any links in the article I find spammy or irrelevant.
- Proofread once, twice and even three times. I’m not going to go through and edit your post, so if it needs work I’m simply going to send it back.
- Please avoid sending me an article that includes huge paragraph blocks. I’m not a huge fan of the flow and would rather have 1 – 3 sentence paragraphs. If you need some examples, take a look at some of the other posts I have done to see what I’m talking about.
I’m not trying to be difficult, I’m just wanting to ensure we’re sharing the best possible content.
Here’s some topics you can write about:
- Personal finance in general
- Early and traditional retirement
- Millennials finance
- Students finance
- Family finance
- Making money
- Real estate
Please message me your general topic idea and a few points that you’ll end up covering in your post.