Submissions

Do you have an excellent post or product that will help homeschoolers get organized? If so, you are in the right place. We’d love to share your ideas with our readers! Submit your post or product below and let us help increase your traffic and exposure while helping homeschoolers get organized.

Submission Guidelines

  • If possible please submit a blurb about your post via HTML. This makes the process of publishing your freebie a lot quicker for our team. If this isn’t possible, please go ahead and submit anyway.
  • This MUST be an original post from your blog, but please do not copy it word for word. Include a new introduction as a teaser and/or highlights as to why the reader should visit your site for more information.
  • Please write the post in 3rd person as if an HSV team member is writing the post for our readers.
  • Include a large high quality pinnable photo (500-700px) and at least 100+ word description that links to the full project or post on your blog.
  • No affiliate links in this post, please. (But of course, you can have them in the post on your blog! They are going to head there anyway.)
  • PLEASE flag your post as time-sensitive if it is so.

Guest Post Guidelines

  • If you have a FULL and complete article that you’d like published on HSV the same guidelines above apply – only the minimum word count is 400 words and 2+ original photos are required. For a FULL post include a small bio that also links back to your site and social media accounts. This must be an original article, not published elsewhere on the web.

If you have any further questions about the submission guidelines please email us with questions first at thehomeschoolvillage {at} gmail.com.

 

Please include link directly to the article you want to share. Do not leave link to your site's homepage.
This is where you enter a new introduction to the post you want us to share with our readers. Also include a link to the image you want us to share. Remember you must submit a new introduction to your article - do not copy/paste the intro from your site as that is duplicate content.
By submitting this article you are allowing The Homeschool Village to share your post and images to readers and on social media.

PLEASE NOTE:

*By submitting, you agree to let us share your picture in our post and on social media channels. Don’t worry—>this means FREE traffic for you!

*Submission does not guarantee publication. The Homeschool Village reserves the right to not publish submissions for whatever reason.

 

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