Net Parents’ Guest Post Guidelines
Net Parents knows that trust and honesty are of the highest importance when discussing the wellbeing of children.
About Net Parents blog
At Net Parents, we understand that every parent’s mission is to help their child grow into a healthy, happy, and productive person. As parents ourselves, we understand how difficult it is to manage that goal while also keeping up with the fast pace of modern life. This is why we do what we do, making information and resources that support child development accessible to new parents!
About our audience
The website caters to an audience of expecting parents, new parents, and parents with young children. Our audience of parents often seeks out helpful and educational articles about how to best raise healthy children and they often seek actionable tips and clear examples that they can implement with their children right away.
We take real-life parenting experiences and temper them with high-quality research to make sure that we can bring you a fair and unbiased review of all the products we feature.
We know that parenting can be one of the most challenging aspects of a person’s life, and so we do our best to bring understandable information that can help inform parenting decisions.
That commitment resonates through everything we write and our dedication to helping parents is what drives us to keep working to deliver the content we produce.
Before you pitch us your guest post article:
- Take a look at our content we’ve published to help brainstorm guest post ideas.
- Make sure the idea you’re pitching us hasn’t been published on Net Parents.
- We will give your feedback on your pitch if there are any issues. If not we will greenlight you and & assign you a duration of time to complete the guest post
Guest post requirements:
- Submitted as a Google Doc
- Be 100% original and not published anywhere else.
- Be well-written, clear, interesting, and above all, helpful.
- Grammatically correct and error-free.
- Provide attribution for all data or statistics cited with a hyperlink to the original source. Only reputable sources (newspapers, association websites, large reputable brands, etc.) should be cited.
- Be educational and not self-promotional.
- Include a one-to-two-sentence author bio with a headshot.
- Provide royalty-free images with your article (Can be found on unsplash.com, pixabay.com, or other websites)
Please include 2-4 royalty-free images evenly spread throughout your guest post (1 featured image to be used for the article and 1 image per 500 words).
- Be 1,000 – 1,800 words in length
- Include no more than one link to your company’s website in the body of the post
- Editors reserve the right to reject contributions at their discretion.
- Editors reserve the right to edit, adapt, update, and republish contributions at their discretion, and update it in the future for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
- Calls-to-action to HubSpot content may be added to published submissions.
- In rare cases, contributed posts may be removed from the blog.
- Submissions must meet the HubSpot blogging team’s quality standards in order to get published.
- Guest contributors may not republish their published contribution to the HubSpot Website Blog in its entirety anywhere else, including to your own blog, LinkedIn, Medium, or Inbound.org afterward.
- HubSpot reserves the right to include calls-to-action to HubSpot content, including but not limited to email newsletters, ebooks, and other downloadable content.
How to Submit:
Send your completed post to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Net Parents Blog Pitch.” Please note that while our editors strive to respond to every inquiry in a timely manner, they are not always able to do so.
Thank you for your interest in contributing to the Net Parents Blog. We look forward to receiving your work. Due to the volume of requests we receive, we cannot respond to all submissions..