Guest Post Guidelines for Credit Knocks
Over 100 million Americans have poor credit or no credit score, which often stops them from being able to buy a home or car, rent an apartment, or even get a cell phone!
Creditknocks.com is a credit and personal finance site dedicated to helping Americans achieve their financial goals through credit improvement and financial literacy. We do this by reviewing the best tools, companies, and strategies in the areas of: credit repair/improvement, getting out of debt, budgeting, and loans.
If you are an expert in one of these areas, we would love to invite you to submit a guest post to Credit Knocks for publishing on creditknocks.com.
What's in it for You?
Writing for creditknocks.com not only helps Americans to improve their finances, but will also be great for you as a contributor. As a guest post contributor, you’ll be able to add backlinks to your website and social media (see details below), and potentially have your writing exposed to tens of thousands of people. After launching in Feb 2019, we already have a Domain Authority of 32 (Moz Rating) and are getting 55,000+ pageviews per month and growing rapidly. (last updated 5/1/20).
Easy Guest Post Submission Steps
- Let us know you're interested in guest posting using our contact form
- We'll reach out to you to agree on an article idea
- Please write articles in Google Drive
- Please write 800+ words (no maximum)
- Feel free to include up to 2 links to your own site/s (no affiliate links, please)
- Cite noteworthy stats/quotes/info by linking to your sources (Please include at least 3 to 4 high quality sources)
- *Email Google doc link to Mark at: [email protected]. Use the subject line: “Credit Knocks Guest Post Submission”
- For your first guest post, please include a quick bio and headshot. See example below.
- We will email you when your article goes live and help promote it
Here’s a bit more detail on a few of the items above...
Guest Post Contact Form
Please let us know you're interested in guest posting for us along with your topics of expertise. We will get back to you shortly.
Write like you’re talking to a good friend, and feel free to break rules. Start sentences with “But” or “And”. Write a couple words and skip a line. You’re not submitting an English paper.
Here's a great example from a guest post submitted by Jon Dulin: 6 Budget Fails and How to Avoid Them
Please use bullet points & numbered lists as often as you can, and occasional bolding when it makes sense. We also aim for pretty short paragraphs. Often after just 1-2 sentences, we’ll have a line break.The goal is to create lots of white space and break up the text into manageable, bite-sized pieces readers see and instantly think, “that’s gonna be easy to read.”
Sample Bio with Link to Media
For example:“Chris is co-founder of Creditknocks.com, a site dedicated to helping people improve their credit and reach their financial goals. He has been featured in Forbes, Yahoo Finance, and Kiplinger, and is a passionate advocate for financial literacy. Chris lives in San Diego with his beautiful wife (that the entire family still wonders how he got to say yes), Brenda, and 'their' 3 daughters that look more like the neighbor than Chris. He drives an electric Prius that he had professionally wrapped in Star Wars graphics. You can often identify him by his frequent spirited yelling of 'Cowabunga!' You can reach Chris on Twitter @mrchrishuntley.”
*Terms & Conditions: By submitting a guest post to Credit Knocks, LLC, you agree to allow Credit Knocks to use the content you provide on its website, www.creditknocks.com. Submission does not guarantee approval. Credit Knocks reserves the right to return any article to its sender, which the sender may use elsewhere. We also reserve the right to modify any article, add links and calls-to-action, add images, fix grammatical errors, etc, without the consent of the contributor.