We are giving you the opportunity to be a Guest Blogger on our site
www.713Bankruptcy.com as well as have your post sent out in the www.713Training.com newsletter that has several thousand subscribers. Guest Blogging can help you network with others, help you acquire new clients; help optimize your website and much more. This is also a great opportunity for 713Training to get some fresh information and different viewpoints to share with our readers.
Along with your post you should include a couple of sentences about yourself as well as a link to your website or Facebook page. If you are interested in in this opportunity simply email info@713Training.com with your contact info and the topic you want to write about and we will respond within two business days.
These are some of the guidelines for Guest Blogging:
Your post must be relevant to the industry in some way. Below are some general topics to consider:
- Bankruptcy Law
- Bankruptcy training tips
- Personal Growth
- Productivity Tips for VBAs or Attorneys
- Motivational or inspirational experiences
- Marketing tips for VBAs or Attorneys
- Business Development for VBA’s or Attorneys
- Your post needs to be original and not previously published.
- You may provide up to two links to be cited in your post.
- Your post should be at least 500 words long but no longer than 2,500 words
- Your post should consist of high quality content
We may copyedit your post for grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc.
We look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions call or email and one of our friendly team will assist you.
-The 713 Training Team
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Disclaimer: We at 713Training.com are not attorneys; any information provided by 713 Training should not be considered legal advice. The information in this article, and any other materials provided by 713 Training, whether delivered verbally, written or via any other means, including electronic/digital delivery and storage, is for training purposes only, and is intended for individuals who work under the direction of a licensed attorney.