Thank you for your interest in contributing to the Prolific Writers Life blog. Publishing articles not only on your own site, but also on others offers you immense benefits, such as expanding your reach and establishing authority.

Call for Submissions

We welcome submissions that offer valuable insights and advice for writers and authors.

What We’re Looking For:

  • 🖋️ Engaging blog posts between 500-750 words on topics of interest to writers.

Why Participate?

  • Share Your Voice: Let a global audience resonate with your experiences or wishes.
  • Add to Your Credentials: Getting featured on Prolific Writers Life boosts your writing portfolio.
  • Connect with Like-minded Souls: Engage with a community who shares your passion and understands the writer’s journey.

How to Submit Your Blog Article:

  1. Pen down your thoughts, ensuring they align with our theme.
  2. Click here to submit a blog post.
  3. We’ll inform you if your blog post is selected!

While we deeply value every submission and will consider all, please note we can’t guarantee that every piece will be published on our blog.

Dive in, tell us about those gifts that spark creativity, bring comfort, or simply make the writer’s journey a tad more beautiful. We’re eagerly waiting to read your tales! 📚✨

Blog Post Submission Guidelines

Thank you for considering sharing your writing with the Prolific Writers Life community! We appreciate your interest and are here to guide you through the submission process. Let’s break down the fields you’ll see on the blog post submission form:

Focus Keyphrase: Think of the focus keyphrase as the topic or main idea of your post. In online terms, it’s what you want readers to search for to find your post. For example, if you’re writing about “tips for beginner writers,” that can be your keyphrase. It helps if this phrase appears in your title and a few times in your post. But don’t stress over it; we can help refine it for you!

Post Title: Your title is crucial—it’s the first thing people see. Try to limit it around nine words. If you’re unsure about the “SEO optimized” bit, no worries. Just give it your best shot, and we’ll handle the technical tweaks!

Blog Post Content: Aim for 500-750 words for your post. It’s a comfortable length for readers and covers a topic comprehensively.

Featured Image: This image acts as the cover photo for your post on our blog page. If you have an image, please ensure it’s sized at 800 x 450 px or larger (a 16:9 ratio) to avoid cropping. If you don’t have a suitable image, no worries! We’ll find the perfect fit for your post.

First Submission to Prolific Writers Life Blog? If this is your first blog post submission to our blog, please provide a 50-100 word bio.

Submit a Blog Post

Thank you for your interest in submitting a blog post to Prolific Writers Life. Please complete the following fields.

The focus keyphrase is basically an exact keyword or the keyphrase that you want your specific page to be found for in search results. The SEO focus keyphrase often consists of more than one word hence calling it a keyphrase is much more accurate. A focus keyword is the primary search query that you want a page or post to rank for in the search engine results (SERP). When people search for your focus keyword you are optimizing your page to rank higher in Google so they can find you. Each blog post you create should have a clear focus to cover a specific search intent. Be sure to use your keyphrase in the title of your post and in your blog post at least 3-5 times.
Please compose a title that's SEO optimized. If you don't know what means, add a title that's about 60 characters, and we'll do the optimizing for you.
We recommend that your blog post be about 500-750 words.
This is the featured image that will show up on the main blog page. Please make sure the size of this image is (800 x 450 px). The dimensions are 16:9. If the image is outside this range, it will be cut off.
The call to action is the most important part of a blog post. Without it, your blog post is just… there. It brings in people from Google, from social media, and from other channels, but those people read it and then have nothing else to do. Maybe they click a link, maybe they back out, maybe they close their browser and go for a walk. With a call to action, you can instead convert those people into new followers, new subscribers, and new customers. You tell them, clearly, what it is they should do next if they like what they read.
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