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submit guest postLearn How to Writes Songs wants to to publish guest posts from experts who can provide unique and useful perspectives. This is a great opportunity for songwriters and musicians learn more about the art and craft of songwriting,  We want to help you spread the word about whatever music related information you want to share.

Submit Guest Post Guidelines

Here are a few ideas on the type of content you can submit.

  • Review your favorite song and provide analysis
  • Share some music news
  • Provide a music lesson on songwriting
  • Promotion advice to musicians and songwriters

Topics Needed:

  • Anything involving songwriting
  • Music Production
  • Electronic Music Production Tips
  • Music Industry Insights
  • Songwriter Profile Biography

Article Quality

  • Articles must be original and not published anywhere else online
  • Articles must be relevant to the content of this blog: activities and resources for songwriters, musicians or music producers.
  • Submission of your guest post does not guarantee publication. Your submission will be reviewed and if it will benefit Learn How to Write Songs readers, it is likely to be published.
  • Please make a concerted effort to use correct spelling, grammar and punctuation.  Submissions which require excessive editing cannot be accepted.
  • Make sure any and all links within your post are relevant.  Please be conscientious about the links you are posting and make sure they are relevant to the content.

How To Send in Your Post

1) Get your stuff together.

  • Write a post that has content relevant to this site
  • Write a great headline that grabs the readers attention
  • Compile article assets such as image, video, audio mp3 etc.
  • Write a author bio

2) Complete and submit this online form

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What would you like your guest post bio to say?

You should answer these three questions:

  1. Who are you?
  2. What do you do?
  3. Where can we find you? (web link)

No more than 2-3 sentences please.

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