How to Become a Guest Blogger:
Submitting a guest post requires registration, but you won’t be able to post anything until you meet a few simple requirements.
Simply put: Allow me (and everyone else) to know you first:
- First, spend some time interacting on the latest posts. Fellow bloggers are eager to hear from you
- Develop a genuine interest by sharing and becoming a part of the community
- Connect with me (or others) on social media
- Be a good sport, in general
Then, and only then, your account will be given publishing access. You can also email me when you think the time is right.
If you contact me completely out of the blue and I have no idea who you are, there’s a fair chance you’ll be ignored.
The above rules are meant to weed out low-quality bloggers who are only after a quick link.
Content Guidelines: Reasons to Publish on Listiller.com
- Optionally earn 100% ad revenue (your AdSense/Chitika code is required)
- Submit new or existing articles (that you own)
- Submit as much content as you wish, whenever you wish
- Your article is exposed to thousands of monthly visitors
- We do some article promotion for you
- You may include a short bio or blurb
This site is ideal for freelancers and self-employed enthusiasts. Our audience is interested in “how-to” guides and ways to make more money independently, for the most part.
All categories require a minimum word count (the longer the better).
Money & Freelance category (Popular!)
600 words minimum.
Creative ways to make side income and being independent (especially through a computer or smartphone).
Think of topics such as “How to Make Money by Doing XYZ” and “Get Paid to XYZ.”
Writing category (Popular!)
700 words minimum.
Freelance writing tips; ways to make money as a writer.
800 words minimum.
Social media, increasing blog traffic, WordPress tips, and general blogging.
Note: This is the least favorite category for readers at the moment (relatively unpopular).
Note: Topics on programming, design, and anything that’s highly technical is generally not accepted.
Ensure that your topics are fairly easy to implement. Think of the stay-at-home mom or dad who learns about an interesting idea and decides to try it with little hesitation.
Ideal examples include:
10 Apps to Make Money
These Companies Pay You to Check Your Email
Can You Make a Full Time Income with TaskRabbit?
How to Deal with a Client Face-to-Face as an Introvert
How to Launch Your Freelance Business in 30 Days
How I Make $3,000 per Month as a Freelance Writer
10 Overlooked Freelance Writing Techniques
7 Habits for Guaranteed Blogging Success
Be detailed. Don’t just scratch the surface. Explain how something works and provide examples/stats/links.
Article status: You may post either new or previously-published articles — as long as you own the content.
Previously-published content must link back to the original source at the beginning or at the end. For example: This article was originally published on [your-blog.com].
Tone and Quality
Your tone should be friendly and conversational.
Please break paragraphs into 2-3 sentences each. A wall of text is unattractive.
Note: If your content is excessively poor, too generic or vague, we will leave it unpublished until you fix it.
Only one self-serving link allowed in the body.
Don’t link directly to your product/service; instead, link to your personal blog or other non-commercial page.
All articles must have a Featured Image and (at least) one additional image inside the body.
Click the Pixabay icon available from the New Post screen to add them.
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(Everything below is optional)
Optional: Revenue Share
You may insert an ad code from the Revenue Share screen and earn 100% of the revenue for each ad click. Your ad appears at the bottom of the article.
- Only one rectangle ad allowed (such as 250×250 or 336×280).
- Important: Insert your username along with the title of your ad. For example:
Note: A Listiller-based ad may appear on articles without your ad code.
Optional: Claiming Paid Assignments (tasks from Listiller itself)
How to claim paid or “direct” assignments, which are found on the right pane of the New Post screen.
- View the task you’re interested in.
- Click “Assign to me” to claim it.
- Click “Write it” when you are actually ready to work on it.
- Click “Mark as Done” when finished.
- Click “Submit for Review.”
Misc. Tips and Notes
We may edit your articles to improve their overall quality.
We own the tasks that we personally pay you for. This means they go under the Listiller (or staff) byline.
Claimed assignments have an unofficial 5-7 day deadline.
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