- All content has to be unique (not used anywhere else)
- 800 word minimum total word count for each content format
- Aim to have the bio be 300-400 words, and the guest post or interview make up the rest
- You can link to 2-3 websites or properties anywhere in the content
- Attach a picture of your client to your submission email. The larger and higher quality the better.
- We will handle image resizing, compression, and adding alt text (optimized for client name) on our end.
- Send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Choose from either content format below (whichever is easier for you and your client to produce)
Option A: Interview
Third person bio blurb at the top with a series of questions beneath it.
The questions are:
- What’s the most important thing we should know about you?
- Name the most impactful lesson you learned from failure.
- What accomplishment are you most proud of?
- What did you waste the most time on when you were first starting your career?
- Name a tool you use for work that you can’t live without.
- What is your favorite hobby and why?
- What excited you the most about your industry right now?
- What concerns you most about your industry right now?
- What’s the greatest risk you’ve ever taken?
- Name one small habit that positively impacts your productivity.
- What tips do you have for getting a seat at the table?
- What book has made the biggest impact on your life?
- Do you value intelligence or common sense more? Why?
- What would you consider to be the perfect day?
Option B: Third person general expertise/guest post (the more flexible option)
If you’d prefer, you can submit a general expertise post with third person mentions of their name instead.
Example topic/title: “John Smith shares expert insight on modern banking strategies”
Example paragraph: “Machine learning and automated financial services are making waves throughout the entire industry. With employees at many of Wall Street’s largest firms being forced to adapt or find new positions, some are saying the future looks bleak. However, John Smith believes this will lead to a wave of new opportunities in different financial sectors.”