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We love a creative writer when we meet one, we admire writers who want to make a change in the world especially that we are solely a movement against one of the most growing epidemics of the world, Bullying.

We invite you to become a contributor to NoBullying and write for us. Please note – we do not accept any advertising posts, or requests for paid links. We are interested in providing articles that are helpful and interesting to our readers – based around bullying, cyber bullying and general safety. We do not accept adverts, even if disguised as an article. We have no problem mentioning a book or website in an article, but the article must be of help to our readers.

So, Who are you?

You are creative, passionate about the fight against bullying and cyber bullying, you have a way with words and can make a coherent piece armed with resources/citing.

Our Guidelines:

Word count: We prefer guest posts to be at least 900 words – the more the better for everyone, depending on the topic.

Tone: Positive/Neutral, we are fighting for more kindness in the world so we are not accepting hate. Haters stay away.

Original Content: We ask that posts submitted be unique and original, nothing published before or submitted to other publications. We are against plagiarized content all the way.

Content Farmers/Promoters: please stay away. We are not interested in a written piece that secretly promotes a new weight loss/hair gain plan or anything else in that matter. As mentioned above – we want pieces that readers will enjoy and find helpful. Share some amazing tips and advice, or an interesting story. The more people engage and like your post – the more it will be shared on social networks – bring more readers and people to know of you and your brand – clicking through to your website and even possibly contacting you. No one is fooled by adverts written as guest posts these days – and no one engages with them, as for link juice from Google or other search engines. Google has started to focus on guest posting as of 2014 and is on the look out for spam guest posts – just to build links. Hence we will push back any content that we feel with not add value to the website. We never want to do this – but we have to think of our users.

Submissions: Since we are a free resource website, we sadly do not compensate contributors for posts. However, we’re more than happy to include a byline and the writer’s bio and links to the writer’s website, Facebook page, Twitter account, etc , which we will promote when your post is published. We do link back to peoples websites or online profiles if they have submitted a guest post or interview to us, but please do note – all external links are NoFollow. NoBullying.com is a high traffic website and we are sure a lot of people will see your article from our website, search engines and being shared with our social network. The link will be a live click through link to your website – so anyone reading your post can visit your own website or social account by just clicking this link. Any questions on this – do let us know.

Criteria: we are big fans of contributions and guest posts/guest blogs from health professionals, psychiatrists, school teachers, counselors and the like. We would also love to read from everyday people who have encountered bullying/cyber bullying and learned to deal with it and fight it.

By submitting an article or post to NoBullying.com, you acknowledge that you accept our terms, and any form of editing that might occur on behalf of the NoBullying.com editorial team.

 

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