Writing for Organic Lifestyle Magazine is a two step process.
If you are interested in writing for us please email us and send links to your posts. The work you show us does not have to be within OLM’s genre for us to know if we are interested in your writing. But please do read this whole page before contacting us about writing for OLM.
To Be a Writer or Blogger for Organic Lifestyle Magazine
If you are hoping to contribute a few articles or blog posts to promote your website and/or your business, we’d love to hear from you. There is no requirement as to how many times you need to write for us. All of our writers will have a short bio at the end of their article with an image, a link to their site, and links to their social media profiles.
What We Are Looking For
Posts for submission should be at least 400 words. There is no maximum word count. Topics include, but are not limited to, natural health, fitness, agriculture, gardening, healing, healthy food, recipes, and environmental issues. We are in seriously in need of gardening posts and posts relating to raw foods and anything vegan and vegetarian. All content must be original and not published anywhere else unless approved by OLM.
Articles That Have Done Well
- Healthy Sugar Alternatives
- Cheap and Easy Detox Diet Plan
- Homemade Vitamin C
- Mulberries and Mulberry Recipes
- Agave Nectar, Is It Healthy?
- Organicwashing – Companies Greenwashing Our Health Food
What You Should Know
We edit! Some writers’ work is edited more than others. We are looking for writers who can handle a good edit. We usually find that the authors who object the most to having their work edited are the authors who need the most work on their craft. Of course we prefer work that requires little to no editing. On the other hand, if you are a writer who needs a lot of work but you have great ideas and show promise, we may agree to work with you to improve your writing. After all, it’s a mutually beneficial investment.
If the chief editor disagrees with a particular stance (or even the whole post), this doesn’t automatically mean that we won’t publish. We may choose not to publish, in which case you will be notified, but the editor may also write his own commentary at the bottom of the post.
We don’t want “spammy” submissions. Articles should contribute and not just be created for SEO reasons or to push readers to another website. In the long run, good traffic is going to bring readers to your site if that’s your objective. Within reason, we are fine with links within your article.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org