This magazine is geared toward curious, caring and open-minded parents between the ages of 25 to 54. Your parenting guest posts should be original content pieces, that haven’t been published elsewhere. Pitches to the PDX Parent print magazine should be submitted to We do not accept prewritten articles or reprints. All pitches must be original and locally relevant.
The content should be data-driven, well-researched, grammatically correct, 100% unique and completely free from plagiarism of any kind. If you’re new to freelance writing, and interested in some training to help you get started, I recommend that you watch this free lecture. The technical storage or access that is used exclusively for anonymous statistical purposes. We avoid having duplicate content and confusing the search engines which benefits neither publishing. Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.
The guest post should be original and contain unique ideas on the topic that have not been published on other platforms or websites. This one is for writers who have experience as a parent-teacher organization volunteer. It’s focused on PTO members in K-8 schools and covers topics including fundraising, parental participation in education, playground projects and leadership. A magazine for parents living in Indiana, Indy’s Child is a local resource on all things family. Sometimes it offers material geared toward a national audience, but they are looking for writers from the area.
According to theirmanaging editor, they pay $250 to $400 per piece. They pay for assigned posts that offer useful travel information through the point of view of a dad. As you can see, there are many opportunities for writing in this niche. This list, as big as it is, only starts to scratch the surface. For the credit of the post, writers can send us a 2-3 line biography up to two links to their blog’s social media accounts and one linkback for the blog. You can promote the post on social media platforms by publishing 100 words of the article and the link to the post.
We’re tickled pink you’re interested in writing for Lies About Parenting. Please remember, we love posts that are founded in research, but grounded in daily life. By submitting the article you agree not to resubmit the article to any other site until you hear back the publication decision from us. Please do mention this in your submission email.
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Your story will inspire moms and dads on their parenting journeys and help them along the way to easy their pareting journey. Proactive Baby is a leading online eCommerce store and parenting hub for parents, providing the latest information on Parenting, pregnancy, and baby care. Bloggers of all backgrounds and experiences are welcome to submit blog posts if the posts’ topics are related to Baby and Parenting.
It’s dedicated to providing resources to both families and adults. Articles are typically 2,000 words or less. The website states it pays based on word count, and you’d be considered one of the site’s freelance writers; the site doesn’t not accept one-off guest blog submissions.
Give them a concrete “take away” from reading your piece. There are several elements to writing a feature article that give us the best response among our readers. Here are several points to consider when crafting your stories. All our content is written by or with leading researchers in child development, on the basis of research recently published in academic journals. Thank you for your interest in writing for PDX Parent!
All content must be original and must not have been published elsewhere. Please acknowledge the author if you have a story to share that isn’t yours or has been posted elsewhere. We also welcome Freelance Writers Who have had experience in the subject area and are willing to contribute vital information to trending topics on parenting. Congratulations on your article being accepted! It will be published in the next ~3 months.