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Work-At-Home Success is always in the need for fresh content related to working at home. WAHS doesn’t pay for articles, but it does provide additional exposure to your business. If you have articles you’d like to share, let WAHS know.

Please note that WAHS publishes guest posts for free, but charges for sponsored posts (“Supported Contributor Posts”). If your post doesn’t meet the criteria below, then odds are it’s a sponsored post (see sponsored post information below). If you have questions, use the form below to contact me.

WAHS’s Guest Post Submission Guidelines:

NOTE TO CONTENT WRITERS SUBMITTING ON BEHALF OF A BUSINESS: We’ve received an influx of articles from paid writers with in-content links that we feel Google would question. We’ve tried to work with content writers, but have determined that we need to be more stringent on these types of articles.  If you’re writing on behalf of another business, your article still needs to adhere to the outline below or you can choose the sponsored post option below. Obvious paid links will automatically be considered a sponsored post and you’ll contacted about that option instead.

1. Submissions should fit the market of those who want to work at home. We prefer specific and/or niche topics over general work-at-home articles. The site has been online since 1998, so it has plenty of generic and general work-at-home, productivity, home office, and marketing articles. We like articles that are more specific and narrow in topic.

2. WAHS prefers original content only. WAHS will accept syndicated material as long as it doesn’t violate any copyright from the original location of the post. Note that Google will likely not rank the duplicated article if the piece is already ranked on another site.

3. Your submission may be edited for grammar, spelling and clarity. Your concept and links will remain intact.

4. No links allowed in the content, unless approved by WAHS. Depending on the link, WAHS will do one of three things: 1) WAHS may accept the in-text link(s), 2) direct you to the sponsored post option (see below), or 3) deny the link.

5. One link can be posted in your bio at the end of your article. It will be screened before posting.

6. All articles will be reviewed, but there is no guarantee they will run. Articles may be scheduled for posting at a future date. You will receive notification when your article runs.

If you have questions, please let us know. Otherwise, you can submit your article using the form below.

Sponsored Posts: Your article can be a review, giveaway or informative post that includes up to 3 in-post links pointing to your website or a website you’re writing on behalf of. You can include keywords and SEO. All content and links must be related to working at home (i.e. home business, marketing, home office, supplies, finances, taxes, productivity etc). You can include an image. All sponsored posts will be reviewed and edited. Any needed changes will be discussed prior to posting. WAHS will disclose that the post is a “Supporting Contributor Post” and compensated for. To meet Google policy the post or the the links will be No Follow. Per Google, this is done “In order to prevent paid links from influencing search results and negatively impacting users.” Sponsored posts written by you are $100. Please Contact WAHS to make sponsored post arrangements.

Submit Your Article or Question to WAHS

Thank you for wanting to submit content to WAHS. If you have a question, you can submit it below. You can also submit your article through the form. Note that you need to provide the URLs to any links as the form doesn't take hyperlink embeds.

WAHS generally replies to questions or article submissions within 24-48 hours during the regular workweek. If you haven't heard back, please feel free to email again.

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  1. Sharron Dark
    March 10, 2012 @ 1:44 pm

    Hi Leslie,
    What is the best mobile marketing company to promote your business through (SMS Text Messages)?

    Thanks in Advance

    Continue much success!


    • LTruex
      March 16, 2012 @ 11:03 am

      Hi Sharon, That’s a good question. I don’t really know the answer as I don’t use SMS text marketing. There are several books on mobile marketing that might provide information.


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