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Article Submission guidelines

Article Submission guidelines for SVA Virtual Assistants

SVA Virtual Assistants CIC is happy to feature guest articles about subjects relevant to our target market of UK virtual assistants.

However we do have a few rules surrounding what we’ll feature, so that the quality of the site remains high. Our Article Submission guidelines are as follows:

Article Submission guidelines

  • Writers must be UK based.
  • Subjects should be cleared with info@societyofvirtualassistants.co.uk before submission. The subject should be of interest to UK based VAs.
  • Articles must be at least 750 words long.
  • Content must be unique.
  • Links within the article will be no follow.
  • You should include a biog (max 100 words) and author photo to appear alongside the article. You may include one link in your biog.
  • You must own the copyright to any photos or other materials submitted for publication. SVA Virtual Assistants CIC will not be held responsible for any copyright restricted materials that you submit.
  • SVA Virtual Assistants CIC retain the right to edit or remove content as they see fit. Our privacy policy is here.
  • If you want to advertise a product or service, there will be a charge and SVA Virtual Assistants CIC will mark your submission as advertorial when published.

Suggested articles:

  • A Day In The Life Of… – Tell us about your VA business, we especially want to hear from VAs with unusual niches or a particular way of working. If you can answer these questions, it should give you a guide to the article.
    • Your name and business name
    • Photo
    • Tell us about you… (what made you become a VA, what is your background, how long have you been working this way)
    • Tell us about your business… (include what makes it different, whether you work alone or as part of a team, the sorts of clients you work with)
    • What is a typical day for you? (include pics if possible!)
    • What’s the best thing about working this way? And the worst?
    • Do you have any plans for the future?
    • Link to your website
  • Reviews – particularly comparing one product or service against another… Spellcheckers? Email marketing programmes?
  • Top Tips – What do you wish clients understood? Any tips for new VAs about working as a subcontractor? Do you have an expertise you’d be happy to share with your fellow VAs?
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