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Thank you for your interest in submitting an article to SelfGrowth.com. Our mission is to provide great content for our readers, while at the same time helping our authors gain exposure.
Ideal articles are between 500-1,500 well-written words, are relevant to one of our topic areas, (for a complete topic list, click here) and are likely to be of interest to a wide audience. A short bio about yourself or your company and author name is required along with your article.
Submissions may be rejected by our editors for the following reasons:
Article comes across as spam (marketing pitches for single products, articles with lots of links in the text, or advertisements for local businesses).
Subject matter or format is not relevant for a self improvement website.
Article is too short, (under 400 words) is a repeat of an article we've previously published, is riddled with spelling/grammatical/formatting mistakes, or is otherwise deemed inappropriate.
The author field is not a full or legit first and last name
The biography is not complete
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