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We will not accept content that is topically irrelevant, contains errors, or is written purely for SEO. Articles need to be interesting, inspire readers, and provide a unique perspective.
Reviewing your content is an expense.
Because we are committed to sharing a diversity of perspectives with our readers, we are willing to invest our resources to review all article proposals for free. Beyond the proposal review process, we charge a fee of $100 per published article in order to cover the web operations and editorial team costs.
If you agree, please proceed down this page to learn more about our process and tell us about your idea. If you aren't quite ready for this level of scrutiny, that's ok, feel free to
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Please provide links to at least three articles that you have written. We only publish content from authors with a great track record of writing fantastic content. Your content will be checked for quality.
The content I submit will adhere to ALL of the following editorial policies (check each one to agree):
My content must be relevant to the topics found elsewhere on this site.
My content must be DETAILED. At least 1,000 words with no fluff.
I write about topics that have not already been beaten to death. My topics will be novel.
My content will not be plagiarized or "spun" iterations of the same article posted elsewhere.
Content that I submit will be fully owned by SeniorResource.com, which means that no re-publishing of the same article is allowed without explicit permission.
I care enough about my content that I will respond to comments in a way that makes a positive contribution to the community.
Tell us about your article proposal and how it is unique from information already available elsewhere on the internet.
We are not interested in articles that do not provide a novel topic or approach.
What are you hoping to achieve?
Please provide the specifics of your proposal and any questions that you have for us.
As mentioned at the beginning, proposal reviews are free. If your proposal is accepted, a fee is required to cover our publishing overhead costs.
I understand that if my proposal is accepted, I'll be required to pay a $100 fee (per article) to proceed with the publishing process.
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