Do you want to write for us Eat.Move.Hack? You’ve come to the right place. Eat.Move.Hack. is one of the top personal health blogs on the internet. Our blog is diverse in terms of subject matter and voice. We have worked hard over the past several years to firmly establish EMH at the top of the landscape when compared to other healthy lifestyle blogs.
Please fully read these guidelines before submitting a piece to our editorial team.
Important note: We are fortunate in that we are contacted by several sources requesting an opportunity to write for us. This is humbling. However, in order to ensure that the information we pass on to our readers is of the highest quality, we only publish only the most useful articles for our audience; accordingly, we tend to be highly selective.
Topics We Cover
IMPORTANT: Eat.Move.Hack. focuses on articles in the following spaces – Eat.Move.Hack. Yes, I know that is repetitive, but these are the areas we focus on. We are, at our core a health, nutrition and fitness blog that also leverages hacks to help our readers find more time in their day.
If the subject of your contributed article or thought-leadership piece does not relate to one of the following, we’re unlikely to consider it for publication.
Types of Content We Publish
Here’s a list of the type of high quality article topics we would look for from our guest contributors:
- Eat. No food politics here. We are open to all views on healthy eating centered around real food and holistic health. Here are some suggested topics: diet plans; plant based eating; healthy weight loss plans; healthy food in general; meal plans; healthy recipes; cooking hacks; cooking equipment/supplies reviews or suggestions.
- Move. Again, no fitness politics here either. If you have a health and fitness piece that you believe would contribute to our community then we would like to hear about it. These can range from: exercise equipment reviews/recommendations; workout challenges; celebrity workout routines; stretching and flexibility; injury prevention/treatment; vitamins/nutrients/supplements.
- Thought-leadership articles (op/ed-type pieces), but we accept only those that offer particularly valuable insights and views that can’t easily be found elsewhere
How to Get Your Byline Published on Eat.Move.Hack.
We get a lot of submissions. Following these guidelines will increase your chances of getting your how-to article published in MarketingProfs:
- Write from an objective viewpoint and convey valuable how-to information to the reader. Focus on practical advice, actionable tips, and useful know-how about a specific topic. Bullet points are good. Meandering text is not.
- Use a fresh, approachable voice. You are a person writing for other people. Sound like one.
- Articles should be at least 800-1,000 words, but not much more than 2,500 or so. Feel free to include images, charts, graphs, and the like—but only if they help convey a point.
- Articles should be original to the author and unpublished elsewhere. (Infographics can have appeared elsewhere.)
- Include a brief bio of 25 words, including LinkedIn and Twitter contact info, if available, and a recent headshot (make sure the upper half of your torso is also in the picture).
- Include relevant links immediately preceding the words to be linked (the anchor text); do not embed the links in the anchor text (but feel free to underline that anchor text).
- Submit articles as Microsoft Word files, sent as email attachments (not as a PDF or other file type; not as a Google Doc or similar format link; and not pasted into the body of your email).
- If you submit an article that mentions businesses or companies in which you have a vested interest, disclose as much to us and the audience.
Send byline submissions to email@example.com. Include “EMH Contribution Request” in your email subject line.
We will inform you if your article has been accepted or declined (at this time); expect to hear from us within a week or two of our having received your email. If you haven’t followed the above guidelines, your article won’t be accepted.
My Article Was Selected for Publication. Now What?
- Your article will be edited for clarity and brevity, and to conform to our style. We will edit the post to ensure that it is SEO “friendly and optimized”. Even in light of these possible changes, we will not change the substance of the article but we will work to get it into a great SEO format.
- There is a chance that we might change your headline, too, so you might want to suggest alternatives.
- The author retains copyright and may republish the article on his/her personal or company blog or site after the article has been published on EMH. In such cases, we ask that you cite EMH and link to the original article on our site.
- EMH may also reprint your piece, or excerpts from it, with full attribution, in EMH products, including marketing materials.
- We do not pay guest contributors for their articles.
What Didn’t We Answer?
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