Club Self Help.com
Would you like to write for Club Self Help?
Our policy is one of continuous development and expansion, and so we are always interested in new contributions to the website from established, new or aspiring writers, on any self-help subject.
If you would like to submit an article, interview, review or opinion piece, we’d love to hear from you (see below for categories). Your contribution would be voluntary and free of any contractual obligations, and we ask that all material be original and exclusive to Club self Help.
Would you like to be interviewed for Club Self Help Radio or a Podcast?
We are building a library of recorded interviews for free viewing on The Club Self Help Radio Station, so if you have recently published a book, article or review, or have something to say on the subject of self-help, we’d be delighted to consider you as an interview guest.
The subject can be anything related to self-help…news, advice, tools, historical information or opinion pieces etc.. The interviews would be recorded for exclusive use by Club Self Help.
Why Write For Club Self Help?
It is our intention to make Club Self Help the premier self-help site, and have a comprehensive promotion programme utilising our associated websites, broadcast emails and social media.
You’ll reach a global audience, and the more you write, the more you will become known as a voice throughout the self-help industry, with the kudos and authority that an association with Club Self Help will provide.
Writing can also be a great way to express yourself, to understand more about a subject or to promote your skills – Club Self Help is able to offer you a highly credible and rapidly growing audience.
Each accepted author will get their own profile page, which will include a biography, photo and links to their website, Facebook and Twitter accounts.
What We Are Looking For
We are primarily looking for people who would like to form part of the regular contributing writing team at Club self Help, but single articles are just as welcome.
We look for writers who have in depth knowledge and passion for their subject and can write well. It’s not as easy as some may think, but for a website of our standing, solid writing skills are a must.
The length of an article is secondary to the quality…good advice, interesting opinions and new information is what’s important, so while there is no minimum word count, the typical article would probably run between 450-800 words.
You agree that your story will not be published elsewhere online in the future. We do perform regular checks for duplicate content on the web. In the event your story is found to have been republished elsewhere, we may remove it from Club Self Help.com without notice. You may link from your own site or social media to your story on Club Self Help.com, however.
We reserve the right to edit your story as we deem necessary, without notice.
We reserve the right to decline to publish any story, for any reason, without notice
We are looking for well written articles In both the following, Women’s A-Z Topics and the Mens’s A-Z Topics:
Abuse mental, Abuse physical, Abuse sexual, ADD/ADHD, Addiction and Recovery, Ageing Well, Alzheimer’s, Anxiety, Autism, Bipolar Disorder, Caregiving, Clinical Neurofeedback, Dementia, Depression, Diet & Weight loss, Divorce, Eating Disorders, Emotional Health Exercise and Fitness, Family, Gambling, Grand Parenting, Grief and Loss, Healthy Eating, Hypnosis, Internet Dating, learning Disabilities, Memory, Parent & Attachment, Personality Disorder, Relationships, Schizophrenia, Sleep, Smoking, Stress PTSD & Trauma, Suicide Issues, Teen Issues, Work, Career etc..
How Do I Apply?
If you are interested in writing for Club Self Help, please contact us via our contact form and let us know a little about yourself and the kind of articles you would like to write. Any links to existing articles you have written would be appreciated.
We are always glad to make new contacts and explore new possibilities as part of our continuous development programme, and hope to welcome you soon to the Club Self Help team.