Contributor Guidelines

guest contributor


Thank you for your interest in contributing to we are excited to add you as a part of our amazing team!

We have some set guidelines when it comes to contributions. Please read  the guidelines and how to submit your pitch.


Content must be owned by the author. The content can be posted on another site, but the author must be the original owner. Content will be check for copyright infringement and all links will be checked by our in-house team. We reserve the right to edit content as needed and remove links if needed.

Content should be 1000-2000 words in length, longer if needed.

All pieces must be run through the program Grammarly: Is like a Microsoft word spellchecker on steroids.

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Pitch should be a headline and brief explainer of overall concept with a link to writing portfolio or headline and finished article.

Original content is preferred, but we do syndicate great content. Please inform us if content is original or has been featured other places.

Please read some of our recent content to see if your pitch fits in with our blog.

Link’s in articles going to dscience blog articles is an absolute bonus when determining if article is accepted.

Content type can be tutorials, step-by-step, personal insights, marketing & entrepreneurship know how, tools of the trade, product reviews, travel articles, lifestyle around social media and entrepreneurship, personal development, ect.


What You Get…

1-2 native links in content going back to your website

Link’s can not be overly sales focused, but must be articles that support the piece. All outbound links will be checked. No affiliate links, free offers, or blatant advertisement is allowed.

Link in byline to social, free offer, or product is allowed. Again all links will be checked.

If you have an affiliation with a product it must be disclosed.


Tone of Voice…

Simple and easy to understand. Approachable, humble, and friendly. Our audience loves pop culture references and humor (we are millennials after all). Great storytelling is always appreciated and encourages, and as always honest, real and transparent.

We LOVE personality, actionable advice, experience and insight. Weaving these things into your article will make it more fun to read, and connect with the readers!


Topics to Write About…

Our audience is full of entrepreneurs (both new and seasoned). They love tutorials, how tos, or anything that breaks down an element of entrepreneurship, and the lifestyle associated with it.

Some topics we love:

  • Personal Development
  • List Building
  • Wealth Consciousness & Money Story
  • Free Resources (helpful to entrepreneurs)
  • Social Media (Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Periscope, Youtube, Vine, Snapchat)
  • Online Marketing
  • Offline Marketing (biz dev, relationship building, networking)
  • Sales
  • Building Marketing Funnels
  • Taking Photos for a blog
  • Photo tips for Entrepreneurs (selfies, portraits, or for products)
  • Branding
  • Visual Identity (graphics, logos, etc.)
  • Websites
  • SEO
  • Productivity
  • Software and Hardware we can’t live without
  • Working from Home or Coffee Shops
  • How to Build a Business
  • Graphic Design, the ins and outs and how to make your brand look good
  • Personal Branding
  • Lifestyle design + how to create a life you love
  • Travel and exploring, city reviews, best places to visit, etc.

Send your information to:   info[at] dscienceinc [dot] com