Timesheets.com Small Business Blog Contributor Guidelines

To become a contributor to the Timesheets.com Small Business Blog, please review our guidelines.

Purpose of article: Inform and educate employees and employers about different aspects of operating small to medium-sized businesses.

Audience: Employers, employees, and contractors. 

Length: Your article should be between 650 to 1100 words. 

Fresh perspective: Using your expertise and experience, your article should engage readers and help them understand business-related topics. Not everyone is an expert, so you need to communicate in way that frames ideas/information for our audience. 

Topics: Our blog covers many categories including accounting and payroll, accruals and time off, business management, business math, employee management, employment law, freelance, human resources, marketing, mileage and expenses, overtime and wages, productivity, taxes, time tracking, web apps, and working remotely. 

Editorial guidelines: We will proof read your article. We will not accept articles with grammatical errors or misinformation. Your article is subject to editing, headings and subheadings may change, and links may be added for context.

Pictures: Add one header photo. You may also include charts or other images to support your content. If you add a chart to your article, please include the source. We will adjust and charts and photos if needed.  

Hyperlinks: You may include hyperlinks throughout your article that take readers to credible webpages and resources. You may include 1 hyperlink that correlates with your company’s website or sponsor.  

Author bio: You must include your name, company, and a brief description about your expertise or experience. 

Authentic material: Your article must be new. We do not publish or consider any articles that were previously published on any other websites. Our team will check your material for authenticity. You are prohibited from publishing this article to any other websites.

Content sharing: We publish articles to our blog weekly. Once your article is published, we will email you a link to your posted material. We may share this article to our blog, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. You may share your article's link on your social media platforms.