I always enjoy sharing new voices on Couple Money. Every couple has their own way of handling their finances and I think it makes the site stronger to have these different voices.
Since I receive too many emails about guest posting to respond to individually, I created this page to address the frequently asked questions and scenarios.
Sponsored vs Guest Post
My first priority is to my readers and podcast listeners. I love connecting them to companies, services, and sites that can be helpful for them.
To make sure things are squared away, I vet before I publish any content.
Free Guest Post
Based on my workload and schedule, I have one spot a month for a free guest post. If you want to inquire about writing one, please email me.
I will review it weekly and reach it out if your guest post is a good fit for the site.
If you’re financial company looking to connect with an engaged audience, I have sponsored post opportunities available.
I charge a reasonable fee to cover expenses and time (vetting and working with your team on to create relevant content).
Please email me for my media kit and set up a time to discuss possible partnerships.
General Guidelines for Posts
I retain full editorial and approval rights, including removing and/or substituting links.
- Your posts should be well-written, original, and should not have been previously published elsewhere.
- While there is no specific requirement in guest post length, I do expect a submitted guest post to sufficient cover a particular topic. My suggestion? Your guest post should be at least 500 words.
- Poorly written content will be passed on.
- For your first time guest post, you’re allowed one link in a short bio. Your site’s name will be used for the bio link, not keywords. Note: Since I have read each post before publishing, I may include an appropriate link or two within the post, but it is up to my discretion. Please don’t make requests.
- Please send articles in html or in a Word document (html preferred)
- Articles should be related to personal finance, career/entrepreneurship, or balancing marriage with your finances. I do appreciate posts on lifestyle design, but I’m looking for concrete tips, not just ‘follow your passion’.
- Couple Money has a very specific audience. If you’re looking for a broader personal financial site, then you may want to submit your submission for my other financial site – My Financial Reviews.
You can email me if you have any additional questions.
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