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Publication at Trans4mind
I’m happy to accept article submissions. They need to be original and relevant to personal development, health and wellbeing, creativity and careers, travel, etc. You can visit our Counterpoint Article Library to see the range of topics, format and typical content.
The article text may include up to 3 purely informational links to your own or third-party sites. These resource links are no-follow, so they don’t have SEO value but remain perfectly workable links for site visitors to visit your recommended information resources. Your personal bio details may include links to your home page and social sites (also no-follow links). This is a guest submission and is published at no cost.
Alternatively, if you wish to include do-follow promotional links in your article, there is a fee of $30, payable through PayPal after your post is placed online.
Please send article text (typically 800-1200 words) in a Word document attached to your email and be sure to include brief bio details if required, and any images that you’d like to include. Articles are normally placed online within 24 hours.
When submitting an article to Trans4mind you will, of course, retain your full copyright. You may include a copyright notice in the credits to the article, or not, as you wish - either way, it remains your copyright.
Submitted articles are normally published within 24 hours and they remain online permanently.
I look forward to receiving your submissions.
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By submitting your article to us, you agree to the following:
- That you have the right to send this article and you are not infringing the rights of any third party.
- That you will not receive any form of compensation from Trans4mind in exchange for the article.
- That submission of an article does not in any way guarantee that it will be published on the site.
- That Trans4mind reserves the right to make minor edits to a submitted article, such as to correct punctuation and grammar, and also to reformat articles that use a separate paragraph for each sentence, as a 'sales copy' approach is not considered appropriate.