GC Law is a law blog that aims to provide people different tips on how to address different kinds of legal matters that they are involved in. We offer different advice that you can use both in and inside of the court house. We get hundreds of readers on our website every single day and we’re providing you the opportunity to post your own content.
The Guest Post Guidelines
We only accept articles that are written in the native English language. Your guest post should not have any spelling or grammatical errors in it as well. We always do our best to maintain the quality of our blog for our readers so we expect you to do the same.
Here’s What You Can Get From Posting On Our Blog
- You will be able to get a high quality mention going to your blog, website, and/or social media pages.
- You will have the opportunity to increase the flow of traffic going to your own website.
- You will earn the respect of the people in the blogging community.
- You will be able to expand the reach of your social network through your guest post.
Aside from making sure that we provide quality posts, we also do our best to keep our readers interested. With that, make sure that your article has an interesting title. Be as creative as you can so that your post can easily attract the attention of our readers.
Your article needs to be 100% unique or we won’t publish it. It needs to be able to pass through Copyscape and has to be at least 700 words long.
When you send over your post to us, kindly include at least 2 high quality royalty free images as well that are related to your topic.
Below are the list of topics that you can write about in your guest post:
- Divorce Law
- Bankruptcy Law
- Criminal Law
- Corporate Law
- Commercial Law
- Real Estate Law
- Family Law
- Immigration Law
- Foreclosure Defense
- Worker’s Compensation
- Estate Planning
- Personal Injury Law
- Legal Advice
When you’re done writing your post, kindly send it over to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that we hold the right to decline any article that doesn’t meet the guidelines that we’ve mentioned above.