This is a great opportunity to expose yourself to a whole new audience and also get some link love at the same time. Your article will include a sentence like "This is a guest post by [insert name linked to your site/blog here]" at the end of each post. You can link to anywhere relevant in the post, including your own blog, and include as many images or videos as you like. Couple of ground rules:
1. No Religion
2. No Politics
You can write about anything else and if you need some inspiration, take a look at the categories in this blog or click on the links below. If you would like to write a post but you are totally clueless on what to write, I can give you a topic or send you one of my draft posts for you to finish. Apart from that, the only restiriction for image/video sizes is the 650 pixel width. Also as per tradition, every post will include a thumbnail image (sized 125x86) at the top left that describes the topic or hints about its content.
Submissions: All you need to do is email me your entry with the subject "Guest Thinking - [insert appropriate catchy HEADLINE here]" and I will publish it. Don't forget to include your name and blog URL so I can give the appropriate credit with the post. If you wish to introduce what you write about on your blog, feel free to include a short descriptive sentence like "[NAME] writes many times a week about [TOPIC]." I hope there will be enough entries to cover my blog while I'm busy studying.
Meanwhile, have a look at what you might have missed in this all-time round up, go for a random post if you are feeling lucky, or enjoy thinking posts of the past on one page by clicking these: December, January, February, March, April, May. I'm particularly interest on hearing your thoughts about my early days of blogging and how I grew up as a
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