AutismHub.co.uk is offering freelance writers, authors and professional bloggers, illustrators, photographers and broadcasters the opportunity to:
- Publish and contribute their existing content
- Become a Featured Expert
- Pitch a topic for a guest blogging spot
Who are we looking for?
Contributors who are very knowledgeable about or experts in the following topic areas about Autism:
What’s in it for you?
Guest blogging can be a terrific way to build your platform and professional reputation outside of your regular audience.
Within the Internet marketing industry blogging, and freelance writing, has become an effective trust-building strategy for professionals seeking new clients and speaking opportunities.
There’s a rising trend in internet marketing to leverage guest blogging as a method of build authority for an individual, business or brand. Gone are the days when submitting articles to ezine directories was enough to build credibility and generate high ranking pages or hundreds of backlinks to your website.
AutismHub.co.uk has an in-house Social Media Management team and works with a professional digital marketing & PR agency, Milagro Fusion Marketing. All articles, infographics, and images published in AutismHub.co.uk are vigorously promoted and syndicated to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and about 40 other web properties for additional exposure.
What happens next?
You will find comprehensive submission details and a submission form here. Please make sure you read the page
Article submission requirements in a nutshell:
If your application is approved, you will want to send us
- Your 3-5 line bio
- A good head shot photo of yourself
- Links to one of your social media profiles
- These will be shown below every article you have written.
- Featured articles must be original work from the author and unique to AutismHub.co.uk
- Existing content, curated content, book exerts and featured articles etc may not contain any self-promotion other than links to Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook Page, Flickr (links and/or references to authors’ own business, or affiliate links are not permitted).
- Articles must include an image that is either royalty-free or has a license or term of use that gives the right for commercial use.
Contributors must agree our Content Contribution & Curation Policy below.
If we find anything that is not appropriate content for AutismHub.co.uk or up to our quality standards, we will ask you to improve the article or will reject it completely. There are occasions where AutismHub.co.uk may queue content to publish at a future date (in the case where a topic has been covered similarly on the blog in recent weeks); we will only publish articles that fall into this category if the aforementioned Article Submission Requirements are agreed upon.
Contributors are encouraged to promote the article to their social media connections and timelines
Note: This brief guideline is subject to change without notice. Please check regularly for changes.
Content Contribution & Curation Policy:
We welcome you to contribute your work to AutismHub.co.uk. AutismHub.co.uk is growing it’s readership rapidly. We vigorously and repeatedly promote our feature posts so over time your work will be read by thousands of readers.
We believe that you deserve credit so we will do our utmost to ensure that you receive it, however, technology changes and formats change therefore to protect us and you will need to agree to the following
By contributing your work to AutismHub.co.uk, it will grant AutismHub.co.uk a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, fully sub-licensable, commercial, non-exclusive right to use, reproduce, modify, translate, adapt, publish, create derivative works therefrom transmit, distribute, perform, display and delete such Content (in whole or in part) worldwide and/or to incorporate such Content in other works in any form, media or technology now known or hereafter developed.