Timesheets.com Small Business Blog Contributor Guidelines
The Timesheets.com blog receives over 400,000 page views per month. Contributing to the Timesheets.com blog is a great way to help people, make new connections, and reinforce your personal brand and prominence as a thought leader. To become a contributor to the Timesheets.com Small Business Blog, please review our editorial guidelines.
Purpose of Article: Inform and educate business people and their employees about different aspects of operating small to medium-sized businesses. We especially prefer writers with expertise in their subject matter, and hearing from entrepreneurs.
Our Audience: Business owners, employees, and organizational managers.
Length: Your article should be at least 1500 words and not more than 2500 words.
Topics: Our blog covers many categories including accounting and payroll, accruals and time off, business management, business math, employee management, employment law, freelance workers, human resources, marketing, mileage and expenses, overtime and wages, productivity, taxes, time tracking, web apps, and working remotely. Tips, ideas, and advice are always welcome.
Editing: We will proofread and edit your original article prior to publication.
Hyperlinks: You may include up to 3 hyperlinks in your article that take readers to established and credible websites if they are necessary to support the information in your article. Links to sponsors or non-relevant sites are not permitted and will be removed, or the article will be rejected.
Author Bio: You must include your name, company, and a brief description about your expertise or experience. You may include 1 hyperlink to your personal website or preferred social media profile.
Authentic Material: Your article must be new and unique. Our team will check your material for authenticity. You agree not to publish your article anywhere else and that Timesheets.com will become the sole owner of all original media you submit for publication if it's published on our blog. Re-posting your article on multiple sites will therefore violate our copyright and is also penalized by Google and other search engines. Do not engage in this practice or you will lose your privilege to publish with us and your content will be removed.
Content Sharing: We usually publish articles to our blog weekly. Once your article is published, we will email you a link to your posted material. We may share this article to our blog and social media channels and ask you to do the same. We also encourage you to answer blog comments posted by readers on your article.
Kingmaker Society: The Kingmaker Society is a moderated community of business owners and organizational managers. The forum offers faster response times and broad opportunities for feedback from an extended group of readers. To participate in ongoing conversations or to ask questions of fellow readers, please consider creating an account with the Kingmaker Society.
Articles submitted to Timesheets.com must meet all editorial guidelines in order to be considered for publication.