I will offer guest blogging on my PG13 family blog

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offer guest blogging on my PG13 family blog
offer guest blogging on my PG13 family blog

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  Posted article will be tweeted to 3-6 million organic followers on Twitter with appropriate #s Publish 5 of your submitted articles Publish 10 of your submitted articles
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About This Gig

Hello!

Guest blogging is a great way to have your voice reach new audiences. You can not only reach new followers, but benefit from back-linking without hassles that might harm your PR rating.

For this Gig, I am offering my own long-running, family friendly blog as your platform.

Subjects must revolve around the following for consideration: Frugality, family, environment, children, gardening, outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, hunting, motor sports... I will also accept movie reviews if related.

Make sure you share your link back. You're here to gain a new audience, after all!

I will lightly edit for grammar and clarity if I deem it necessary.

I will provide accompanying images that will be optimized as well - no worries. Gain more readers today and order this gig!

All traffic into the site is organic with real people reading your posts.

As a bonus, evergreen articles will be placed in our Twitter loop, and will be Tweeted weekly to whole new audiences!

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who is your audience?
    Our audience is 100% organic, and check in daily for family related articles to help them with communication, information, and projects.
  • How wide spread is your blog?
    We have faithful readers from around the world, with the majority coming from the US, Canada, and Western Europe.
  • What articles really do well on your blog?
    Blog articles that speak to families, single parents, DIY folks, outdoor enthusiasts, gardeners, and anyone looking to better their lives through your information!
  • Where do you get your images?
    Our accompanying images are sourced through creative common sites, and chosen to capture the eye and match your article. On occasion, I will use my own images if I feel the fit is right!
  • What is your blog site?
    Non-Sequiturs, Under Foot Objects & Unexplained Events - Shoot me a message and I'll send you a direct link so you can check it out!