What kind of opportunities are you looking for? - Paid
What is the best method to pitch you? - Email, Twitter
Are there any general directions or policies that business which want to pitch you should know? - There is an admin fee for posts that are after backlinks for SEO purposes. Standard rate is £50 but if you are a genuine person looking and not a company, everything is negotiable. If you want me to write, the price is higher.
Are you open to receiving gifts or products to review?
Are you open to receiving guest posts ?
Are you open to allowing sponsored giveaways on your blog ? - No
Do you allow advertising on your site? If so, what are your rates? - No
Please specify how much you'd like to charge for writing a blog post? - Yes, £150
If I am writing a post that will go on my site, I get final say over its content. If a piece is being submitted, I will accept one link in the text body and one in the two sentence max. author bio.
Are you open to writing a guest post for a business on their website? - Yes, Provided I can attach my Google+ Authorship ID to everything I write and receive a link back to my website.
Are you open to receiving invitations to cover events?
Are you open to participating in affiliate programs?
What kinds of posts do you write? (Check all that apply) - Opinion, Entertainment, Advice
Writer, copyeditor, proofreader and more. Decent (growing) following on Twitter, slowly building up a Facebook crowd too. I write humorous opinion-led observations pieces on life in the UK (the type of students you meet at university, drivers you encounter- that sort of thing) humorous lists of instructions (we've covered how to make tea and how to write a CV in the past) and suggestions (at the moment, the only suggestions posted are musicians I recommend). I also write about the craft of writing (Writing about writing as I call it), these posts are a bit more professional, so tend not to feature swears.