Writing for Caveat Emptor

We accept guest post proposals on the following conditions:

Basic requirements for guest posts

Guest posts should be 750–1,500 words of practical information for consumers. Guest posts must be original content, though you can cite and link back to other sources. If your post is commercial or promotional in any way, we will not publish it.

For some basic advice on guest posting best practices, read How to be a Good Guest Blogger from ProBlogger, and 7 Mistakes that Lead to Guest Post Failure from Copyblogger.

When you submit a guest post, you grant us an exclusive, irrevocable, perpetual license to publish online any content you create for us, whether text, video, audio, or any other medium, with attribution. Online publication includes websites, email, or other internet-based media. You also grant us a non-exclusive, irrevocable, perpetual license to publish offline any content you create for us, whether text, video, audio, or any other medium, with attribution. Offline publication may include printed, recorded, or other tangible media.

NACA and NACBA members

Members of the National Association of Consumer Advocates and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys are welcome to submit guest posts to Caveat Emptor. To do so, email your proposal for a post (not the post itself) to editor@caveatemptorblog.com along with 2–3 blog posts you have written.

Everyone else

If you are not a member of NACA or NACBA, we will be happy to review your guest post for $25. This is a fee to review your proposed guest post, not a guarantee that we will publish your post.

To pay the fee, click this button:

Once you have paid, email your finished guest post that complies with the above guidelines to editor@caveatemptorblog.com. Do not submit a proposal. Send the post you want us to publish. We will review your post as quickly as we can and let you know whether we will publish it as-is, whether we would like you to make changes so that we can publish it, or whether we will not publish it.