Editor: Kevin Kleitches
Contact Info: [email protected]
Topic: How to find your passion and turn creative ideas into reality.
Target audience: People passionate readers “haven’t quite narrowed down what they’re passionate about, but they’re unhappy with their current work-life balance,” explains Kevin. They may want to quit their jobs or work fewer hours so they can pursue their interests, but they aren’t sure how to get started.
“They have creative ideas but don’t know where to begin, and they struggle to maintain productivity while staying motivated to hone their craft. They need help turning their dreams into reality and monetizing their creative ideas,” says Kevin.
Compensation: None at this time.
Other perks: When you write for People Passionate, you’ll also gain access to their private Facebook group, The Creative Collaborative, a community of passionate artists and entrepreneurs. You’ll be able to learn, grow and become inspired by other contributors.
What kind of posts they like: “Posts about motivation, productivity, the creative process and finding your passion do particularly well on the site,” explains Kevin.
You’ll want to thoroughly review the contributor guidelines as they outline five things to keep in mind before submitting your post to People Passionate.
Examples of three posts that have done well:
What you can do to help the editor say YES: “Be sure to read around the site to get a feel for the kind of emotion and tone we want our posts to have,” recommends Kevin.
“And if you really want to impress us, come up with a killer headline,” he says. “That will get our attention!”
Lead time: Around two to three weeks, depending on the volume of guest posts the People Passionate editing team receives.
Google Page Rank: 2
What’s Google Page rank? In basic terms, it’s Google’s assessment of your site, from 1-10, with 10 being best. You want to guest post for sites with high page ranks because when that site links back to your blog, it boosts your SEO.