Submit a Post
Have something to say to immigrants? Want to be heard as an immigrant? Got a great service or product for immigrants? Got a nice/not-so-nice little story to share? Get your thoughts noticed and read where it counts!
There are two ways to contribute. Guest Posts and Sponsored Posts. Take your pick and start the awesome!
Express yourself to those who matter in terms of Canadian immigration and Canadian immigrants community at large, via what is undoubtedly the most recognised Canadian Immigrants’ blog on the planet.
Guest Posts (see published ones for an idea) are FREE to submit and publish, and are intended for individuals who have something personal to say about something — like I do on the blog — without commercial objective. (See Sponsored Posts for everything else.)
Guest Posts do not contain any links in the text (Sponsored Posts are for those) and are published under the name you provide (you may wish to remain anonymous, or use your name).
If you contribute regularly, you will get even a dedicated author page for yourself as well.
Your Guest Post will be published if:
Please note that I cannot guarantee when or if I’ll publish it. If I don’t post it in a month or so, feel free to consider it as returned without any obligation either ways. Published posts may be edited for clarity, brevity, etc.
You can write under a pseudonym or your real name. Please send your spell-checked, grammar-corrected material to: email@example.com with the subject Guest Post. If you’d like your e-mail/web address or contact details published with the post, please mention it clearly.
Sponsored posts let you reach out to those who really matter in the Canadian immigration industry or Canadian immigrants community at large, via what is undoubtedly the most recognised and respected Canadian Immigrants’ blog on the planet since 2006.
Sponsored posts are PAID submissions. They are suitable for anyone who wishes to share something of interest that includes — but not limited to — a promotion or service or a product for personal, commercial, organizational or institutional purpose. Examples include a website or an app or a lawyer’s office catering to immigrants, etc.
For more details, please send your material for first review to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject Sponsored Post.
First Published: March 27th, 2009