Ever consider writing a post for someone else's blog? It can be fun, educational and helpful to you when you share your writing with another blogger. How do you start?

1. Make sure you're comfortable having your writing critiqued and tweaked. The host of the blog might want to some change wording, grammar and style in order to fit his or her style of blog.

2. Click on PAGES on your blog and create a new page to advertise your writing services. Information to include:

Topics you write about
Your credentials
Do you write for free?
Will you write in exchange for a link to your own blog?
Will you write in exchange for your button on their blog?
Will you write for some other form of advertising exchange?
Do you charge? If so, how much?
What's your average word count? Typically, blogs run between 300-800 words.
How to contact you.

3. Write a post on your blog stating you write for others and spread the word.

Happy Writing!

Marcia

To read more about writing, head to busymomswrite.

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