- Submission Format: editable google doc
- Set ‘share’ settings to ‘anyone with a link can edit’
- Include your name, email address, website link and twitter handle to the top of the post
- Include a two sentence bio at the top of your post
- Preferred length: 600-900 words
- All submissions must be 100% uniquely written for Remote Hustle and not published elsewhere on the web
To get a sense for the type of work we publish, read our previous posts! We look for practical advice, tips and informational pieces with clear, actionable takeaways. Write in your own voice, and have fun with it. Remember: you’re writing for other remote workers just like yourself. So write only what you yourself would find interesting and helpful.
At this stage, we are taking guest post submissions on a volunteer basis only. As we grow, we plan to invite regular submitters whose content has performed well to join us as ongoing paid contributors.
No. If we run your post on Remote Hustle, we retain the rights to that content. We don’t allow republishing on your own blog or any other website.
Aim for 600-900 words.
We use Google Docs because it allows us to easily collaborate with several people without passing around new versions of a Word Doc.
If you’d like to, go ahead. But we’re happy to consider a draft as well.
Yes. Please include links that will be helpful and relevant for the reader – they can be to appropriate posts on your site or on any other news site or blog. We also like when submissions link back to previous articles on Remote Hustle as well.
Insert links in your copy via anchor text or keywords, for example, like this if you’re writing about networking. No HTML, please!
We’ll edit approved submissions for content and clarity, readability, grammar and spelling.
Posts should be written in blog style, with short paragraphs. Bonus: we like subheading and bullet points. Basically: set up your post in a format that is easy to read and digest.
Our editors will choose an appropriate image to go along with your post. (It saves us back and forth time of verifying the ownership of photo submissions.)
When it runs, we hope you’ll be active in the comments, responding to readers’ questions or thoughts. We’ll notify all approved posts within 10 days of submission. If you don’t hear from us within that time frame, please feel free to submit your post elsewhere. Otherwise we will update you on the date your post goes live, and tag you on Twitter as well.