Write for us
Grow your online presence by contributing to the Athletic Therapy Center blog. You’ll increase traffic to your site, expand your personal network, and grow your brand awarenes
What are the benefits?
Guest blogging is, without a doubt, a crucial step for your online marketing success. Once you grasp its benefits, give it a shot and let it work for your brand
Get your brand name out on to new readers that wouldn't have seen you before
Sharing your content and guest blogging can drive conversation on social media, comment section of the post, and email
You can boost people to your site and increase you page authority with a relevant backlink
How can you contribute?
As Athletic Therapists, we are experts in musculoskeletal system and treatments. It would be an easy transition for most of us to write an article about treating a specific injury or population.
But get creative! You might not be interested in writing a clinical post about special tests for shoulder athletes—but you may love to write an article about how high school athletes cope with their injuries, how we should talk about pain to our clients, or how you grew your clientele – all based on your experience working with that population!
Write for us
to grow your brand
Guest blogging is one of the best online marketing strategies you can invest in.
You can spread your brand’s message and win the trust of a targeted audience
Send us a message today!
Send us a message if you’d like to contribute to our guest blog
Frequently Asked Questions
If you’d like to submit a guest post but not sure how to do it, here are a few guidelines and questions that we frequently get!
We’re excited that you want to contribute an article to the Athletic Therapy Center!
Guest blogging can be a great way to share your experience and expertise with others, grow your reputation, and improve your rankings. We don’t accept every piece of that we receive, we want excellent content for our readers.
Below are a few basic quality guidelines for writing your guest blog:
1. Choose a unique topic or angle to you
Just because you may understand how to treat low back pain, it doesn’t mean you want to write about it. Think outside the box and be creative! You may have an interest in the mental health aspect of injury recovery for teens. We want your article to be unique, which means (1) that it hasn’t been posted anywhere else on the internet (2) it provides information on a topic that isn’t already widely known by everyone – “ The 4 steps to RICE “
2. Do not bury the purpose
Be sure that the title tells the reader what they’re going to find in the article. People aren’t going to read the article if it doesn’t pass the 7-second sniff test – The title intriguing and scanning the article shows something they might learn. If your title is bland and boring, it won’t intrigue people to read it. We can certainly help you out with this but it’s something to keep in mind
3. Provide value to the reader
Your article should provide a great deal of value to the reader, the more that they like the article, the more that they will share and talk about it and use it as a reference.
4. Write well; check grammar, spelling, syntax.
While we don’t you to write a scientific article, we do want there to be a purpose and flow that makes sense. While not all of us are writers, there are enough applications to help us out. Grammarly Premium will be your best friend! Having a well thought out plan for the article – a beginning, middle, and end is fantastic. If you’re doing a “How-to” article, write the steps out first and then elaborate on them
5. Make your article an appropriate length.
Articles should be between 800-2000 words. The ideal length of a blog post is 7 minutes, 1,600 words. When measuring the content that performs best on a site, it’s important to focuses not on clicks but on attention. It’s important to look at how long do readers stick with an article? In the sense, an ideal blog post would be one that people read
6. Reference and citation
We ask that if you make a relevant point that you cite your reference. Ideally having a few specific citations can give you credibility but it’s also credible to show your clinic experience – we just want to know where your information is coming from.
- Athletic Therapist (Certified or student)
- Nutritionists and Dieticians
- Health and wellness enthusiasts
- Not sure if you think you can? Send us a message about your background.
- We maintain the right to reject submissions or to request that you revise & resubmit to better tailor the article to our audience. (You maintain the right to refuse, of course!)
Submissions must meet the Athletic Therapist Center blogging team’s quality standards in order to get published. We reserve the right to reject contributions at our discretion.
- We can’t allow you to republish your guest post to your own blog, LinkedIn, Medium, or another source on the web afterward. We will be working hard to promote your content but you’re encouraged to share it like crazy also. You can also reference or quote it up to 75 words of any of the text content in your own blog articles, presentations, documents. Why do we say this? Duplicate content is just bad for SEO, and Google will hurt rankings for both of us!
- Our blogging team reserves the right to edit and adapt your guest blog content as we see fit, and update it in the future for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
- Athletic Therapy Center reserves the right to include calls-to-action to other content, including but not limited to email newsletters, ebooks, other downloadable content, or affiliate products.
- In rare cases, contributed posts may be removed from the blog and recycle the URL.