Looking to guest post to on a quality real estate blog?
House Heroes is accepting submissions! Write for us!
Calling all real estate writers, contributors, and bloggers! House Heroes is seeking exceptional content to share with our audience. Write for us!
My name is Earl White – founder of House Heroes LLC. We “flip” houses. Like on HGTV – but in real life. House Heroes has an excellent reputation – perfect 5-Star Google Reviews and lots of client video testimonials. Watch the “before and after” video of one of our flips below.
I am accepting written contributions on residential real estate topics.
We are searching for outstanding content worth sharing.
Posting on our blog will be beneficial for you . . .
House Heroes been featured, quoted, and mentioned on great sites like Forbes, MSNBC, Investopedia, Realtor, Trulia, SuperMoney, PennyMac, FitSmallBusiness, Cheapism, Kabbage, U.S. News, CNBC, GoBankingRates, Fundera Ledger, Fupping, Student Loan Hero, RealtyBizNews, Propertyware, Scam-Detector, Amrank, House Method . . . We are cited on BlogFrog as one of the “Best Real Estate Blogs To Follow.”
I also publish on ActiveRain, BiggerPockets, RealtyTimes, and Inman. Want to view the articles or my publications? E-mail me at email@example.com.
Our blog will help grow brand awareness, social visibility, traffic, and connect you with a new audience.
Does contributing to our website seem like a good fit for you? Great. I’d love to work together.
However, contributing to my website is not easy. You need to bring your “A Game”.
Here are the editorial guidelines:
- Minimum 1,000 words;
- 100% original and never duplicated;
- Grammatic perfection;
- Conversational English;
- Residential real estate topic;
- Interesting, engaging, entertaining, or educational (NOT PROMOTIONAL);
- You may link one site one time that isn’t well known – it must be relevant, beneficial, contextual, and centered towards the middle of the blog;
- You must link to at least three other well-known sites with helpful topical content;
- You may not reference sites with history of “adult” topics.
- Depending on current quantity of requests, there may be a processing fee.
There is no flexibility on these criteria.
What happens if you’re submission fails the requirements? Immediate removal. Period. End of Story. No debate or discussion. Sorry not sorry.
Here is the steps to write for us:
Step 1: E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your pitch and a writing sample. Writing must be in conversational English. Confirm you read and will abide by the editorial guidelines.
Step 2: I approve or disapprove. If approved, move to Step 3. If disapproved, back to the drawing board!
Step 3: Write and submit your proposal. I review within 7-days and provide feedback.
Step 4: I review in detail every website linked and confirm total originality.
Step 5: We publish your wonderful contribution! I share on my social media channels and you can to.
In case there is doubt . . . I will conduct periodic checks to make sure the content is not duplicated or referenced on the kinds of sites referenced in the guidelines.
The truth is I like working and collaborating with real estate writers. I appreciate great content and want to share it with my audience. It saves me the hassle of having to write every piece of content on my own.
I understand (and sympathize) with small businesses trying to “keep up with the big boys”. It’s not easy. Creating and sharing exceptional content is one of the best – if not the only – way to do so.
Are you still interested in contributing to the House Heroes Blog? Got questions about writing for us? Concerns, thoughts, suggestions? E-mail me at email@example.com.
I look forward to hearing from you!