I’m always super keen to work with other talented writers that have a passion for health and living a happy and healthy lifestyle.
Health Hacking embraces your views and contributions! By writing on my site, you can share your personal experience and knowledge with the world. You can help support my mission to help inspire and empower woman around the world, live happier and healthier lives. Either I or my team will work with you to get your story into tip-top shape to share on here.
Take a look at my site today, and if you feel like you have something my readers would love, please share it with me in an email.
Before you send anything, here are some helpful tips so you can master the Health Hacking audience:
1. Be smart and write about what you know
Are you a Personal Trainer, Mindfulness Coach or Doctor that wants to share your knowledge with the world? Have you experienced a health condition that has changed your life and you want to share your experience and your story? Share your story.
2. Make your posts stand out and be original.
Posts shared on Health Hacking must be unique to my site. Posts must not have been published elsewhere online (including your personal blog). It will have a negative effect on us both otherwise.
3. Be yourself
Write your article, blog or review as you would say it. Health Hacking isn’t about overcomplicating things, it’s about keeping things simple. I want all my readers to have the opportunity to learn and expand their knowledge and unfortunately jargon and abbreviated terms don’t go down well. If you do want to abbreviate something, make sure you add the full word in first, so my readers can follow along.
4. Some housekeeping – Source all health claims.
Online, there are many health sources filled with lots of studies and claims. This means we need to be clear where we’re sourcing our information, so my readers have all the facts. If you mention a statistic or a review in your story, please include a link to the source. If you claim a particular food is healthy, or product is eco-friendly, tell us how you know. Include all links in brackets, for example (www.healthhacking.com/health)
5. Capture your audience in the opening
Does the first sentence make the reader want to continue? Does your first paragraph tell the reader clearly and succinctly what the article will be about?
If you’re ready to submit a story.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please put the title of your piece in the subject line and the written copy in the body of the email.
Please include your bio (120 words or less) with links to your website and other social media pages such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter etc. (http://instagram.com/jo_fundell). I’d also like a picture of you to use in your bio so please ensure you attach that with your submission.
I read every submission we receive, but as we are a small team, we can’t respond to every story submitted. If your post is accepted, we will respond within 14 days to let you know.
By sharing your story with Health Hacking, you acknowledge that you accept our terms and any form of editing the Health Hacking team deems necessary.