One of our big beliefs here at BeyondTransition is that triathletes are pretty remarkable people. We’ve all done some pretty cool stuff along our journey and we’ve learned a lot along the way.
Guest Blogging Shares that Experience with 1000′s of Triathletes
We believe that sharing experience, lessons and advice is a great way of helping make the wider triathlon community and guest posting allows us to let triathletes with something great to say to, well, say it.
In a guest post we’re looking for a few things.
First of all what your saying must be original. It can’t be a copy of something you’ve already posted somewhere else. There’s some good reasons for this but two of them are – that’s what our quick posts are for, summaries of longer posts elsewhere; the second is that people don’t like the same article showing up twice when they search on google.
With that out of the way we can say what we do like
What do Triathletes Like to Read?
Triathlon focused articles and stories. It’s got to appeal to our readers. That means it can be almost anything to do with swimming, biking or running. It could also be to do with sports medicine, nutrition, injury prevention, motivation or about the kit that we use either racing or training.
Great stories usually have a lesson in them that the rest of us can learn from. There are many ways of telling a story. Writing it down is just one – photos, video and audio are all great too!
Ideally it’s between 500 – 1000 words long and tells a good story.
But what do you get from a Guest Post on BeyondTransition
Well firstly lots of triathletes will read what you have to say – and secondly lots of them will head over to your blog or website to find out more about you. So you make lots of friends – or maybe sell stuff.
Secondly we give you a nice link back to your blog which means that more people will find you through google search.
Finally and most importantly you’ll get the nice warm feeling that what you’ve shared will help lots of triathletes race smarter and faster. We think that’s important
All you have to do is fill in the form below, press submit and we’ll get back to you on how to take it further