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Guest Blogging Guidelines

At Resume CEO, we welcome article submissions from experts who are called to help Christian working professionals. We strive to support their families, churches, and communities through the advancement of their careers. Our career blog is a great place for Christian pastors, writers, HR professionals, recruiters, and career coaches to share their knowledge with a wide audience interested in godly professional development while growing their own professional reputations.

We accept content related to job searching, careers, professional development, professional insights, and career management/advancement. Please take a look at some of our other content and blog posts to get an idea of the content we’re interested in.

Contributor Guidelines:

  • Content is high-quality, original, and non-promotional in nature.
    • No press releases, sales pitches, or news stories.
  • Articles that are essentially link-building schemes will be rejected.
    • A link to your personal or business website will be included in your byline. 
  • Please include proper attribution of data, quotations, and other third-party content referenced in the article.
  • Articles should be 300-1000 words.
  • Please include a two-sentence byline about the author.
    • Link back to your site and your primary social media channels (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc) in your byline.

How to Submit a Guest Post:

Option 1: Email your post to sean@resumeceo.com consideration.

Option 2: Send pitches to sean@resumeceo.com along with examples of your past work and any relevant links (such as your online portfolio).

What else do I need to know?

  • We review all guest post submissions weekly, so it may take a week before we get back to you.
  • Due to the high volume of submissions we receive, we’re unable to respond to everyone, but we do review every pitch.
  • Posts that do not meet our above guidelines, contain inappropriate language or inaccurate statements, or are deemed too promotional, will be rejected.
  • Resume CEO reserves the right to update guest blogs for content, accuracy, and length.
  • If we decline to use your post, you are free to use it in your own blog or to propose it as a guest post to another website.
  • Resume CEO reserves the right to include calls-to-action to Resume CEO content, including but not limited to email newsletters, eBooks, and other downloadable content.
  • Resume CEO maintains the right to syndicate your post to industry-related partners for use on their websites.
  • We will email you with the URL to the post once it’s ready for publication.

Any other questions not answered above? Feel free to reach out to us at sean@resumeceo.com