Looking For Guest Bloggers for The Healthy Moms Magazine

I am leaving for vacation on Saturday April 5, 2014 and need good quality guest posts to run while I am gone. The posts must follow these guidelines:

 

  • You can have one outgoing link to either your blog or your Google+ profile in your author bio at the end of your post, and ONLY this link.
  • Your outgoing link will be a "no-follow" link. All outgoing links on thehealthymoms.net are "no-follow."
  • Your post must be unique and not published anywhere else online or offline
  • You must attach images to go along with your post.
  • Your post must be educational and not appear to be an advertisement.
  • The post must fall under one of the following categories: Parenting, Pregnancy, Health, Christian Faith, Healthy Recipe, Nutrition, Fitness, Frugal Living, Fashion, Beauty

 

I need at least 5 good quality posts to run while I am gone. Please e mail me your post in rich text format no later than Friday April 4, 2014. E mail posts for consideration to talbertcascia@yahoo.com.

 

Cascia Talbert

Founder

thehealthymoms.net

 

 

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