Please note: We are only accepting guest posts that are a minimum of 3,000 words.
We get quite a few inquiries about guest posting on Time Doctor. I’ve spent far too long answering emails about type of content, length, and who our readers are, that someone finally drilled it into my head to put it all down in one page. I wish I was smart enough to figure this out months ago. 🙂
So, if you’re interested in writing for Time Doctor, please read on, and thank you very much for your interest.
Typically, our readers are small to mid-sized business owners who are most interested in hiring remote employees to grow their businesses.
We cover everything from the tools to help make that happen to specific strategies that will help a small business owner overcome a problem that they’re having.
These are perfect examples of the types of posts we typically write and will continue to write more of in the future.
One of the best ways to find a topic to contribute is to check out some of our more popular posts and piggyback off of that.
How long should the post be?
That’s the number 1 question that I get asked all the time.
The answer is: We are constantly upping the quality of content that we produce on the blogs. This year, we are making a concerted effort to publish the best possible content for each post. In order to accomplish this, the minimum word count per post is 3,000 words. I know it’s a lot of work, but we find that these posts are our most read posts. Unless you’re Seth Godin.
Another thing: for us, a great guest post answers the following question: What is the one thing that you want the reader to do after reading your post?
At the moment, we have approximately 20,000 email subscribers and well over 300,000 social media followers (if you count staff.com) that we can share your article with.
You can email me, Greg, at Greg @ Staff.com with a subject and outline for the post. If we agree that you’re a good fit for us, we’d love to feature you on the Time Doctor blog.