ThePowerMoves Guest Posting Opportunities
I do am welcoming guests posts as long as it adds value.
The first rule is this:
Condition #1: Quality
All the rest comes in far away second.
If you are adamant of not linking back to the post, it’s fine. If you don’t have a website, who cares. If it’s your first post, I don’t mind.
All I care for, is quality.
Examples of Quality Posts
Here are some examples of quality:
- Something you have done time and time again
- It’s an area you researched
- It’s an area you have read and/or done all there is to read and/or do about it
- It’s a topic you are deeply interested in (and became an expert on it)
- It’s something that happened to you and you acquired a new perspective
- It’s something that happened to you and you personally overcame (and can now share the wisdom)
Examples of Low Quality Posts
Here’s my perspective on writing posts: I’d rather not write a post for a whole year than add something bland.
These are examples of low quality posts:
- 5 tips on improving your relationship
This is vague.
It should be specific, for example: 5 ways to broach parenthood with your boyfriend and then make sure the tips are well explained, with examples and that they work well.
- How to improve your sex life
Why should anyone open that article with millions of similar articles?
A high quality post is specific, ie.: how to give an orgasm to a woman who’s never had one.
Or deep, ie: the final guide to cunnilungus (and then write a 2.500 words article with images and videos).
Topics for Posts
Good topics are:
- Learning & self development (including books and resources reviews)
- Social skills
- Dating (sex, seduction)
Social skills include our favorite topic:
- Power Moves
Power moves include bullying, mind games, stealth -or not so stealth- domination, throwing under the bus, (covert) social climbing and similar.
Basically, the dark side. Anything where you need cunning and social ruthlessness to defend yourself and/or obliterate the power mover.
Learning & Books Guest Posting
A a review of a book or other learning resource. Especially if it comes with deep wisdom, comparison with other resources and original critique from the writer.
Social Skills Guest Posting
Articles on how to get better with people. It can include your own experience, an analysis of a video or a story that is generalizable to the draw overarching lessons learned.
Relationship Guest Posting
Relationships is one of the topic with the most useless content around the web. And it’s a pity because there’s enough research out there to really make a difference on all our relationships. Bust most people are clueless about it.
So anything based on research, attachment styles and good lessons learned will be of great service.
Dating Guest Posting
Dating for men has both garbage information and some good stuff.
Women dating advice is instead 80% crap.
Research on dating is not as good or as advanced as other fields, so personal stories and lessons learned are OK here. As long as they are generalizable and you know what you’re talking about.
For example, if you want to write on how to date effectively, find a partner, or simply sleep around, you must have done it yourself. If it’s about sleeping around, you must have done it a high number of times.
Guest Blogging Requirements
There are a few things which are critical:
1. High Quality
As per guidelines above.
Another rule of thumb: if it’s good for a Wikihow article or a Men’s Health post it’s probably not the best fit for this website.
A unique new way to looking into an issue, or an article which combines different sources to give a deeper overview.
3. Link From Your Blog/Social Media
If you have a blog, it would be awesome if you can link back from your own blog (or social profile). But it’s not mandatory: fully up to you.
If it makes sense, you can also link to your blog. However, not, it must make sense and add value (Google doesn’t like guest posting for links anymore).
Contact me and send me your idea.
If it fits ThePowerMoves spirit, then you can go ahead and write the full article.
Be prepared that we can have a few iterations of revisions to make it perfect.