Christine Michel Carter does not write every post on the blog. In fact, she writes very few to provide other working mom writers a space to showcase their expertise and practical tips. It pays off: the blog was named the best working mom blog to follow for support, laughs, and advice!
If you’re looking for marketing exposure, to build credibility, improve your search engine rankings or a link to your blog for site traffic this is a great opportunity.
Pitch your guest post ideas about…
What topics are we looking for from contributors that write for us? They are:
- Mental Health
- Kids and Parenting
- Flexible or Remote Work
- Delegating and Feeling Empowered
Based on reader requests, we’re looking for posts about:
- Juggling: First-person stories on balancing a full-time or part-time day job, kids, family, etc. with freelance writing.
- Making the leap: How to make the transition to full-time freelancing or working from home. Resources to find remote and freelance full-time jobs.
- Move up and earn more: First-person stories of how you successfully navigated work and career as a working parent, tips from C-suite working parents, and how you advocated for your own promotion or raise.
- Overcoming fear: New slants, techniques, and first-person stories on how to put yourself out there (personally or professionally) and build confidence.
- Productivity: Fresh techniques, tips, tools, or insights on working from home, time management, overcoming procrastination, committing, delegation, parenting, and staying motivated.
- Resources/tools/best sites: Seeking longer, 25-50 item resource posts for working parents.
Can you pitch now?
Yes! Nearly all our successful guest posts come from regular readers. You can write for us by sending your pitch to email@example.com.
Due to the volume of pitches we now receive, we’re unable to respond to all the pitches that aren’t a fit for this blog. We do NOT go back to old posts and stuff links in. Please do not pitch us this idea.
I will follow up and confirm your topic, 1,000-word count, and provide a deadline date. Please, please, please also run your article through Grammarly.com for a free spelling and grammar check, hyperlink all links, and attach all images that should be included in your blog.
After you’re notified that your article has been posted, share on your social channels tagging @cmichelcarter and I will share with my AMAZING 80K+ followers!
How to get your post idea accepted
Wondering what makes an awesome post? Think about what it’s like to be a working mom, and all of the challenges that come with that title. Most of our guest posts contain firsthand, practical advice about how to parent as a professional.
Here are a few great guest posts as an example:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit your guest post headline. We’ll respond if we’re interested in publishing your article.
Our nondiscrimination policy
This site wants you to write for us, so we actively welcomes useful contributions. If you’ve got helpful information for working parents, we encourage you to email email@example.com with your pitch.
(If you’re looking to pitch Christine for ForbesWomen, please also email firstname.lastname@example.org. Christine is always looking for stories on all things mompreneur, having a mommy and me business and resources for parents! She writes for ForbesWomen about the challenges of today’s working parents, so rest assured all pitches will be vetted for credibility. 😊 However, if the pitch isn’t quite a fit for ForbesWomen but is still an informative or inspiring story for working moms, Christine will add an article about it to her blog.