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1-Use HTML. If you have a html editor and your own hosting for your images you can use the html tab to format your article.
2-We suggest a link to any related images you want to include for distribution with your article. We suggest you put the image link at the top of the article above the title of your article so that it is easy for the publisher to find and exclude when copy pasting the article into their software for publication.
We suggest that you concentrate on content. The better your article the more likely it will produce results for you. Look for different angles on popular topics and offer value to the publishers. You will receive more exposure for your articles if you adopt a “Make it better than paid” content approach. The life and reach of one popular article can mean the difference in stagnation and viral success.
-Give thought to your titles
-Consider creatively using keywords in your titles for most impact.
* We suggest that authors make themselves accessible.
-Create a post with links to the various items in your personal author press kit. Include links to book images and headshots of you as well as a bio etc. Use this opportunity to make basic information available to the press.
-Be creative. If you come up with an idea or way you think you can use our directory let us know. We love creativity.
-We suggest you include current contact information including an email in you article even if it’s in a “do not publish” box so that if a publisher would like to hire you or contact you further they can.
Our site is all about making the connection process easier on both publishers and authors. Gone are the days when blogs and small publications have to beg for something good to run in their publication and gone are the days when authors have to beg for exposure or to be featured on blogs and sites. Now, both can easily offer their information in a convenient platform.
Your Resource Box:
We’re sure you’ve seen a resource box on articles before, but just to be certain we have these tips.
-Place your resource information at the bottom of the article. Include links to your websites and social media as well as a little mini-bio or mini-pitch and credits that establish you as someone who knows what they are talking about.
Not ALL articles will be accepted into the directory. If your article is not it is probably because it is a rehash of a plr article or it is overly commercial. Please feel free to edit and resubmit. By offering quality content the site will grow to realize it’s purpose.