A desire to share the most original of your ideas, the best of your experiences, the depth of your knowledge with our readers is only one reason that you may want to put
pen to paper fingers to keyboard and write for Dance Advantage.
For example, you may also want…
- Quality backlinks to your business or studio website from a well-ranked dance site
- To promote a project you’re working on with shareable, authoritative content
- To build recognition in the field of dance or dance writing
- To gain experience writing for an already engaged online audience
If any or all of those things sound good to you, I would like to help.
How I can help you with all of that
DanceAdvantage.net is a recognized and highly regarded weblog. We are currently visited by over 7,000 users per week and receive more than 80K pageviews each month. More than 1000 readers subscribe to our e-mail updates & newsletter. We have an active social presence… for a dance (i.e. niche) site, we do well in the traffic department.
We have a wide audience but we are not a “news” site, instead providing useful information, tips, and strategies for those involved with educating and training dancers. Regular readers and visitors like to bookmark, refer to, and actually use our articles. When you write for this purpose, your project, brand, or you yourself begin to develop a rapport with a group (in this case dancers, teachers, or parents), they see you as a trusted authority, and follow you with interest. It’s work! But writing for an already authoritative, known, and trusted site is a great kickstart.
It’s also really great practice to write for an audience with high expectations and an editor who wants to rise to and surpass those expectations. I’m not a brilliant writer but I’ve been practicing day in and day out since 2008. This practice combined with my passion and knowledge of the subject reaches readers, and you can reach them too.
Dance Advantage accepts quality articles on relevant topics to share with readers.
Please note that Dance Advantage does not accept guest posts from commercial link builders, or brands seeking links only for SEO purposes.
If you are a member of the dance community and want to add your unique voice to this corner of the community, I would love to include your words and experiences.
Click the image below for more on what I look for in a guest submission:
Download our Editorial Calendar for general topic ideas:
Suggest a Teacher’s Top Three topic:
Maybe you are a teacher but don’t consider yourself a writer. Teacher’s Top Three is a great way to highlight your experience, promote your school and its website, and share your expertise.
All you need to do is think of three indispensable items (CDs, props, teaching manuals, dance books, exercises or combinations, you name it!) that you use in your teaching all the time.