We welcome guest posts! Please follow the guidelines below if you’d like to get your post on MPG.
- Write a post with amazingly useful content for music parents. Always ask yourself: ‘How can readers benefit from this?’
- Use examples and anecdotes to clarify your points.
- Offer new content that has not been published before.
- Ensure that your post does not violate any copyright laws.
- If your post does not follow the guidelines, you may not receive a response from us.
How to approach us
Please send an email to the Editor: amazzocchi73[at]aol[dot]com. Start the Subject line with GUEST POST (in ALL CAPS).
- Tell us briefly who you are.
- State the title of your proposed post.
- Outline the topic with bullet points.
- Tell us how MPG readers would benefit from your post.
Once we’ve accepted your post proposal, please send us a word document. Also attach any images that are part of the post. We reserve the right to edit for greater clarity, grammar, punctuation etc.
Your post must:
- Have an introduction that attracts interest and makes the reader want to read further.
- Use headings, subheadings, bold font for key sentences and bulleted lists so it is easy to read.
- Have a conclusion.
- Have a call to action for readers after the conclusion.
- Be 800 – 1500 words long.
- Have an author bio at the end (about 40 words). You can link to your blog and a product of yours that is offered free to MPG readers. Please send us the links and we will add them.
- Have a really amazing title. We can help with this.
Thanks again for your interest in guest posting. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Note: We retain the copyright of all material published on The Music Parent’s Guide. A guest poster cannot republish their guest post elsewhere; it must remain unique to MPG. MPG may use posts in future blogs, publications, etc.