What kind of opportunities are you looking for? - Paid
What kinds of posts do you write? (Check all that apply) - News, Opinion, Reviews, Entertainment, Event Coverage, Advice
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 £40 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
Please specify how much you'd like to charge for writing a blog post? - Yes, £50
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?
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.