Thank you for your interest in becoming a regular divorce blogger for DivorceMag.com! If you are someone who is separated or divorced – or if you’re an adult child of divorced parents – you can share your experience and insights with others who are struggling with the challenges of divorce.
Ideally, your blog should be intended to inspire and encourage those stuck at some stage of the divorce recovery process, or trying to figure out how to support their kids, or perhaps wondering if they will find love again. This is NOT the place to troll people who are experiencing separation or divorce or slander professionals working in the divorce arena by creating posts designed to anger or upset our readers.
All divorce bloggers have to be approved by our Content Team before they can start blogging.
Ground Rules for Blogging on this Site
- You must commit to providing at least six divorce blog posts per year to become a Regular Blogger.
- Your blog post cannot be an advertisement for your service or product.
- Your post should be original and not previously published on the Internet.
- You must agree not to publish this article anywhere else – with the exception of your own blog or website – after your article has appeared on DivorceMag.com. However, to make your blogging commitment a little easier for you, we will make the following exception to this rule:
- As a regular divorce blogger, two out of your six annual posts may have been posted on your own website/blog before appearing on DivorceMag.com. You must add a line to the end stating where this article has appeared; e.g., “A version of this article originally appeared on www.YourBlog.com“
- Your post should be 600 to 1,200 words in length.
- Book excerpts are welcome; you may include an image of your book cover with the blog.
- Please spell-check your blog before posting – including the title.
- We will remove offensive language or overt self-promotion; we reserve the right to edit or delete posts.
- Posts intentionally promoting hatred based on gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, etc. – and the account associated with the post if this is a “second strike” – will be deleted.
- You must agree to our Contribution Agreement.
Start Here to Become a Regular Divorce Blogger on this Website
- Set up an account here. Please include information about your background that will enable us to decide whether you’ll be a good fit for our blog.
- By setting up an account, you agree to abide by our Ground Rules (above).
- Once we’ve approved your account, you’ll be able to start uploading blog posts.
- We will edit your posts for house style, clarity, and SEO (Search Engine Optimization) purposes before they go live.
- After we edit and approve your posts, we’ll schedule a publishing date for them.
For ideas on topics for your posts, please click here.