I want to write a Guest Post (my story)

Do you have the writer’s gift?

Do you have a working-from-home story you would like published on wofome (this website) – for others to read?

Many of us are now working from home (or remotely). Many of us have discovered new ways to work in this environment.

Does your story have a valuable work-from-home insight or tip other Wofomers will benefit reading about?

If you do, we’d love to hear your story.

 

Some guidelines

Here are some guidelines to help you decide if your story would be a good fit for wofome readers.

Your Story should:

  • Be of interest to other wofome readers
  • Have a unique message about working from home
  • Have at least one good working-from-home tip or recommendation that is not commonly known
  • Be about a maximum of 700 words in length (and a minimum of 300 words)
  • Ideally be broken up with headings – to make it easier to read and navigate
  • Preferably have a minimum of 2 accompanying and relevant high-quality images (this is optional – we might be able to help here) – images should be sent to us separately
  • Be in English and of readable quality
 

How to submit

You can send your story to us for review. How? Please send it to contact@wofome.com as raw text in an email, or as an editable document attachment (MS Word or Google Docs).

If you want to include your own images, let us know. These should be sent separately.

 

Our review process

The wofome team will review your submission and –  as possible –  let you know if your story is suitable for publication. We may respond to you as follows:

  • Accept your story – as is
  • Request amendments to your story – pending further review
  • Make suggestions for amendments
  • Reject your story – with no obligation to supply a reason for rejection
  • Supply no feedback at all
 

Other things to know

If your story is accepted for publication, we will classify your story as a ‘Guest Post’.

If we consider your story to be acceptable ‘as-is’, we may publish it without further consultation with you.

You acknowledge that in giving your story to us, you automatically give us permission to publish it.

In giving your story to us, you are agreeing to give your story to wofome as a voluntary contribution and, in doing so, you grant wofome irrevocable and unconditional rights to use, publish, and transmit your story for sharing, educational, informational and any other reproduction at our sole discretion. If you do not agree to this, you should not send us your content.  

If your story is published on wofome, it will remain visible as a Guest Post indefinitely, or until we choose to withdraw it from public view. wofome has no obligation to provide you a reason for the withdrawal of your story.

You can ask for your story to be withdrawn at any time. If you do, we will withdraw your story from public view – within a suitable timeframe – subject to our workloads at that time. Your story may remain in our archives. If you wish to have your story deleted from our archives, you should ask for this to be done via written email.

wofome will not intentionally give your story to any third parties.

In giving your story to us, you agree your story is not considered to be your personal information for the purposes of your privacy. You should avoid including any personal data in your story.

wofome accepts no liability for the content of your story.

 

Your Details

Here’s what a Guest Post Author’s (your) details can include:

  • Your Name
  • Your Professional Title (optional)
  • Name of Organisation you work for (optional – see note about ‘Branding and Links’ below)
  • Your Location (Country, State, County/Suburb)
  • Date (the date you send your story to wofome)

 

Author Name:

  • You can use your real name (first name and/or last name), or; 
  • You can use an avatar name acceptable to wofome, or;
  • You can use a generic name – examples: ‘a Wofomer‘, ‘a wofome reader‘ etc. or;
  • You can choose to remain anonymous
 

Branding and Links

Your story must not contain any 3rd party (non-wofome) branding – or links to other internet locations (websites, email, social etc.) – yours, or others. You can include the name of the organisation you work for in the Author details. If you would like to promote any 3rd party  products, services or internet locations – including your own, you should first seek permission from wofome. We are open to affiliate promotion – strictly at wofome’s discretion.
 

Guest Post – Full Legal Terms

To review all our legal terms for Guest Posts, please visit the section called ‘CONTRIBUTOR TERMS’ on our Terms page.

 
 
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