Sponsored Content On CAREEREALISM

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From now on, we will not accept guest post submissions. Thank you.

If you would like to purchase a sponsored post, see our Sponsored Content Policy and Pricing below. Feel free to email support@workitdaily.com if you have any questions!

Pricing

(1) One Sponsored Post

With this package, you’ll receive the following: - One custom feature written by our writing team - Brand exposure to our 1,000,000 monthly visitors - Social media promotion to our 150,000 followers - E-newsletter promotion to our 100,000 subscribers Note: All pricing is applicable only for one customer or brand. Packages may not be broken up or shared by clients. Packages include research, content creation, drafts, editing, and client approval process.

Cost: $795

(5) Five Sponsored Posts

With this package, you’ll receive the following: - Five custom features written by our writing team - Brand exposure to our 1,000,000 monthly visitors - Social media promotion to our 150,000 followers - E-newsletter promotion to our 100,000 subscribers Note: All pricing is applicable only for one customer or brand. Packages may not be broken up or shared by clients. Packages include research, content creation, drafts, editing, and client approval process.

Cost: $2,495

(10) 10 Sponsored Posts

With this package, you’ll receive the following: - Ten custom features written by our writing team - Brand exposure to our 1,000,000 monthly visitors - Social media promotion to our 150,000 followers - E-newsletter promotion to our 100,000 subscribers Note: All pricing is applicable only for one customer or brand. Packages may not be broken up or shared by clients. Packages include research, content creation, drafts, editing, and client approval process.

Cost: $4,495

Sponsored Content Policy:

- Any post written with the intention to link back to a company site or a site that sells something is considered advertising and therefore requires sponsorship. - Sponsored posts/links are subject to approval. - All sponsored posts will be disclosed as such per the FTC guidelines. - All links in sponsored posts will be “no-follow” per Google’s guidelines. - A maximum of 3 “no-follow” links can be included in the post (this includes links in an author bio at the end of the post). - Posts must be between 300-800 words. - We reserve the right to refuse any posts or links within the posts based on content. - We reserve the right to edit the post for grammar, spelling, and formatting. - All sponsored content must fit the values of CAREEREALISM.com. - Payment must be made before the post goes live. We will send you a link when it has been scheduled.

Topics

Articles must fall into one of the following categories: Job Search Resume Cover Letter LinkedIn Personal Branding Interviewing Networking Workplace Professional Etiquette Office culture/relationships Productivity Career advancement Career happiness Career change

Rights

We own the rights to the content sitting on our site. Which means, we can post the URL anywhere we want and share it/reuse it on CAREEREALISM as we see fit. We also ask that contributors not re-use the content on other sites, as it will negatively impact our SEO. So, while the author owns the rights, giving it to us implies it is the only place where this content will be. Note: We DO NOT participate in text-link advertising. All contributor posts must be original, educational in nature, and relevant to our audience. All external links must be approved by our editorial staff to ensure they are relevant to the article’s content.  

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