Thanks for your interest in contributing to Always Happy to Entertain You! Currently, the blog is accepting guest posts for any topic related to film, television, or acting. Movie reviews are especially welcome, whether it’s an older film or new release, as long as it has not already been reviewed on the blog. Television posts related to upcoming news are welcome wholeheartedly, but a review or analysis of a show’s history or impact on popular culture would also be an option. If you have another suggestion, we’d be happy to hear it!
We don’t want to overload the site with guest posts, so depending on the volume of requests and proposals, your post may be added to a set publishing schedule that could stretch days or weeks into the future, so please keep that in mind when submitting your request.
If you want to contribute, just send an email to contribute [at] happytoentertain [dot] com and let us know what’s on your mind. Please include:
- Your name
- Your blog/website/online profile (i.e. something with a link to your previous work that I can check out)
- Your contact info (an email address, at minimum)
- Your topic proposal
- Optional: If you have a portfolio, feel free to send that, too.
- Optional: If you have a particular publishing date or a deadline you’d like to have, please include that.
All proposals will be considered, but if we don’t feel like your topic will fit well with the purpose of this blog, if we don’t feel like your writing style will work with the overall tone of this blog, or if we get the feeling that you’re a spammer, a content mill writer, or a hacker, we will decline. It’s not personal. We simply want to make sure that the quality and reputation of this blog holds up with our own posts as well as any guest posts which may be published.
Also, please note, we prefer working with other bloggers who maintain their own sites, as opposed to content marketing companies or contributors who wish to link on behalf of a client instead of themselves. Nothing against those writers either – that’s just how we roll.
If it works out:
Submit your post, minimum of 400 words, maximum 1,000 words, by email. Please include a photo or a link to a photo that falls under one of the following permissions and usages: fair use, public domain, Creative Commons, in order to illustrate the topic of your post, and please include the source and attribution information as well!
You can also include a short author bio (1-2 sentences, about 50 words long) with one link to your blog, website or online profile. We may also be able to set up the post to connect to your Google+ profile or we may be able to set up your WordPress contributor author box.
We’ll review your post and let you know when it will published. We will post a link to it on the site’s Google+ profile and tweet it after it is published, and you can feel free to link to it from your social networks or websites as much as you want. I would prefer you didn’t republish it in its entirely, as duplicate content kind of defeats the purpose of guest posting, but an excerpt or quote is fine.
If we have any questions or if anything about your post violates any of the terms of this site, copyright laws, or proper publishing guidelines in general, we will let you know.
The Fine Print
We don’t charge any money to publish guest posts to the site, and don’t accept advert posts (paid advertisements in blog post format), so it’s free to contribute your article! If you start submitting proposals all the time, we will start to think you’re a spammer, so please only submit proposals at reasonable intervals (maybe once a month). If we like you, we can discuss the possibility of you becoming a regular contributor.
We are happy to include a short author bio, with one link back to your site, and if you have a profile picture you want to include as well, we’d be happy to add that as well. Alternatively, if you have a Google+ profile or a WordPress Gravatar you’d like to connect it to, we should be able to set it up to make that happen. The anchor text for the link should make sense and should not be misleading in any way or it will be changed (i.e. don’t say you’re a movie reviewer and then link to a site about dentistry – that won’t fly). Profile photos should be appropriate for any reader (if your profile picture is you in a bikini or sporting a provocative pose, it will not be included).
Note: This policy is subject to change at any time. Mainly, if we start having problems with the people submitting proposals or the types of proposals submitted, we may narrow the details to eliminate some of the undesirables.
If you think your topic and writing style will complement Always Happy to Entertain You, please contact contribute [at] happytoentertain [dot] com and we’ll see if we can work something out!
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