Share your story on ADHDKidsRock.com
Hi! My name is Lindsay, I’m here to help people share their stories on ADHDKidsRock.com
We’re really excited to have a lot of different people offering their stories and experiences with ADHD; whether they live with ADD/ ADHD, or work with it in a professional capacity. We’re hoping to use several posts each month, so there is lots of opportunity for guests to write in.
If you have an article all ready to go, please email me back at this address and we will work on scheduling it. (Please check our submission guidelines at the bottom of this email.)
But… if you’re not sure what’s next, here are some tips to get you started.
- If you have a topic idea or draft guest post, feel free to send it to me at this email address & I’ll try to use it or guide you on it.
- We are interested in personal stories of ADHD struggles, tips, ADHD success stories, as well as perspectives from teachers, doctors, parents, etc.
- Our average posts are at least a few paragraphs long — but we welcome shorter or long articles. (If you want a word count, aim for at least 300 words.)
- Currently, we have six major sections on our site: Kids, Parents, Resources, Teachers and Tribe (generally this includes people involved in educating others about ADHD). It may help you to write a post targeted to one of these sections — BUT it’s not necessary.
- It might help you to read some of the blog articles on our site. However, with a guest post, we are looking for your authentic experience and we don’t expect you to match our current blog articles.
How to Submit Your Guest Post (Submission Guidelines)
- Please submit your guest post within your email as text — not as an attachment.
- Attach any images you’d recommend we use for your post. Please ensure you have full rights to use these images. We’d prefer you only send us images you own (from your own camera, etc.). If these images are from another photographer or website, please include any copyright information (the link to the image on the Internet, the name of the photographer (if applicable), etc.).
- Please note that all content may be edited for length, readability, changing images, or to reach out to a specific section of our audience.
Include Your Author’s Bio
- (if applicable), and details about your involvement with ADHD. We will post this along with your article.
- Consider including a small (150px) profile photo — we are hoping to use profile photos but may end up not adding them, depending on how our system works out.
Looking forward to hearing from you!