Guest Post Policy

I welcome writers and fellow personal finance bloggers to take advantage of the Canadian Personal Finance blog. I am currently accepting guest posts from any bloggers who manage a similar blog or from writers with financial experience.

If you are interested in writing a guest post, please contact me with the contact page.

In your message, be sure to include your blog and any particular post topic you had in mind.

Requirements

  • Post should be at least 500 words long.
  • An image must be included that is free to use (not copywritten).
  • You may include up to 2 links to your blog, either in the post body, in an author intro or at the end of the post. This can be blog homepage links or links to specific posts.

 

3 thoughts on “Guest Post Policy”

  1. Hi Veronica,

    I am Jay I am a Finance blogger from London. I am looking for
    writing opportunities and was wondering what I need to do to write for
    your site http://www.canadianpersonalfinance.com.

    I am a professional social media marketer as well so I can offer to
    promote my writing strongly and bring you a great deal of social
    media shares.

    Can we open some dialog and discuss some topic titles that would
    interest you?I always work very hard and ensure that my content is unique and engaging to the reader.

    I’m hoping we can work out a great deal that benefits both of us!

    Best Regards,

    Jay

  2. Greetings.

    I am Bruce, a freelance writer and content strategist. I love writing around financial and investment niche. While looking for some finance related information, I landed on your website Canadianpersonalfinance.com. I must congratulate you first for maintaining such an informative website around this niche.

    Being a content strategist, I am also excited to see the guest post submission opportunity there. I would like to start with contributing an article about the title loans.

    Please let me know if you are interested or not so that I can send the corresponding article for quality check. I would be happy to assist in case you need further details.

    Looking forward to your response.

    Regards,
    Bruce Eatchel

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