Submit A Guest Post

Thank you for your interest in contributing to the blog! I’m more than happy to welcome new writers with fresh perspectives to the table, but before submitting your guest post, there are a few guidelines and suggestions for getting your post accepted at My Social Game Plan.


  • Increased influence and authority in the digital and social media marketing space.
  • Guest posts will be featured on our home page.
  • Posts will potentially be re-published on Business2Community and/or Social Media Today, allowing you to reach a larger audience.
  • Promotion to my email subscribers and social media followers.
  • Two to three backlinks in your author byline and backlinks within the body of your guest post, if the links are very relevant to the content of your post and overall context of My Social Game Plan. Whether these will be do-follow or no-follow is up to my discretion and dependent upon what you’re linking to.


I’ll definitely contribute again when I’ve come up with an idea I think you’d like. Your site is like a jewel in the desert (eh? eh?) so I’d be more than happy to work with you again. – Ben Taylor

That’s a great additional service you offer to your guest writers! – Dennis Fischman  [Commenting on posts being syndicated with Business2Community]

Thanks again for the opportunity. I will definitely keep your blog in mind for the future. Pleasure working with you. – Kyle Ginthner

The post looks great! I retweeted you on @LunaMetrics and will share it with our Facebook following tomorrow. I’m definitely interested in writing for My Social Game Plan in the future! – Dan Wilkerson of LunaMetrics


For search engine ranking reasons, guest blog posts published here may not be re-published elsewhere, unless otherwise agreed upon. This applies only to blog posts. If you would like to re-purpose your post into a video, eBook, etc., that’s no problem.


The audience of My Social Game Plan is small business owners who need practical, budget-conscious strategies, tips, and tools to implement social media marketing into their businesses. These are people who need help with staying organized (content and editorial calendars), understanding their target audience, producing compelling social media content, measuring the ROI of their efforts, and so on.

They’re primarily people short on time, with low marketing budgets, and they need to see marketing results as quickly as possible.


While I don’t enforce a specific word count, I find that most valuable blog posts land in the range of 600+ words. Write the amount that you need to share a compelling message.


I want to help those who write for My Social Game Plan, so please include a byline and headshot (optional) when submitting your post. This will appear at the end of the post. A byline is:

  • One to three short sentences introducing yourself and telling readers how they can connect with you. Many people will include their Twitter or blog address here.

Sample bylineTim Timmy is a [job position/title] at [blog or company name], where he [job description]. Connect with Tim on [social account] and grab his [newsletter/free report]!


If you’re interested in guest posting, send an email describing your post idea and 2-3 bullet points you might discuss to contact[at] or use the form below.

IMPORTANT: Please include a good description of your post or an outline with your submission! There is a far greater chance your submission will be approved.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Website/Blog

Post Title

Your Guest Post Summary/Pitch