Thanks for your interest in writing a guest post for End of Three Fitness.
While we would love to use yourÂ article, we may decline to use your post because of its quality, the relevance of your topic, because we have more posts than we can use, or because weâ€™ve published a number of posts on the topic recently.
Weâ€™re really looking for guest posts that present new ideas, fresh perspectives, and innovative approaches. We like to present readers with ideas that we havenâ€™t seen everywhere else online.
To help you with your writing, and to help us get your post ready for publishing on End of Three Fitness, weâ€™ve put together a few guidelines and suggestions for you below.
In short, before you send us your submission, please make sure it:
- conveys quality, practical advice presented with End of Three Fitness readers in mind
- is able to be used exclusively at End of Three Fitness
- includes all the informationâ€”links, link text, etc.â€”you want the published version of your post to include
- infringes no copyright laws
- includes a headline, body text, and your byline.
We ask that the posts you submit to us are written exclusively for use by End of Three Fitness. While youâ€™re more than welcome to write on the same topic elsewhere, our hope is that posts that appear on End of Three Fitness donâ€™t appear in the same form elsewhere.
Posts work best on End of Three Fitness that are relevant to my overall topicâ€”Becoming the Garage Gym Resource. Of course thereâ€™s a lot of room to move in this overall topic. Anything that helps an individual improve their fitness or garage gym will be helpful for readers.
End of Three Fitness readers love practical tips and how-tos. Give my readers information that they can apply to their lives immediately, and youâ€™ll be popular here. Even more theoretical posts that have something in them that readers can â€œdoâ€ rather than just â€œknowâ€ are good.
Topics in which weâ€™re particularly interested right now include (but arenâ€™t limited to):
- Garage Gyms
- Do-it-yourself Projects
- Coaching Tips
- Effectively Training Yourself
- CrossFit or Strength Training
- Fitness Development
Feel free to submit your content in Word or plain text format.
Please do includeÂ everythingÂ you want to have included with your post in your submission. If you want to include links, paste them in the spot where you want them to go. If you want to use particular link text, tell us. Donâ€™t assume weâ€™ll know what information you want, and where: tell us clearly. If you have a lot of pictures (DIY project) please submit them inserted into a word document.
A note on linksâ€¦
If itâ€™s relevant to the topic youâ€™re writing about, youâ€™re welcome to link within the post. Keep in mind that this relevancy is very important. If we feel your post includes too many irrelevant links, we may remove them, or reject the post.
Your post should be as long as you need it to be in order to convey your message.
We publish posts that vary greatly in length. Anything goesâ€”length isnâ€™t a factor, but quality is. Stick with your own style and voice, and choose a length that sits well with you.
All posts that appear on End of Three Fitness are edited. We rarely edit them heavily, but we will change titles, rework openings or conclusions, or correct grammar and spelling.
Donâ€™t be offended by thisâ€”weâ€™re just trying to make every post we publish as successful as possible. We also know what generally works well with the End of Three Fitness audience.
Occasionally, weâ€™ll send a post back to you with suggested additions, omissions, or changes. This generally suggests we feel the post could be further enhanced in ways that go beyond some basic editing.
Bylines should be a sentence or two explaining who you are and what you do. Feel free to include up to two links in it. Your byline will appear at the bottom of your post, but weâ€™ll also write a short introductory sentence that will include your main link, and will appear at the top of the post. If you do not have a blog or website to link to, no worries, just a simple byline about you will be just fine.
Thanks for yourÂ involvementÂ in the revolution!!