We are pleased to announce we are now open to the guest posts on Feasibility.pro. Our readers often ask what kinds of guest posts we like to run on this site and how to communicate these posts to us. Read this guide to Guest Posts on Feasibility.pro.
Purpose of Guest Posts
Guest posts are unpaid articles by our readers. They’re a place for you and other industry experts to discuss and share ideas/concerns about real estate in general.
Aim for about 600-1,000 words. This is a general guideline to stay focused on one main idea. You should back up your article with examples, data, anecdotes or other evidence. Your article needs to provide fresh, well-articulated insight into a topic that is important to real estate professionals.
Guest posts should be rather informal. You should be writing about what are you most concerned or excited about? Which new government policies do you think will impact the real estate and how? What are the new innovations in the construction technology?
No Self-Promotional Spams
Please! We don’t publish anything that is explicitly self-promotional. Guest posts aren’t a platform for self-promotion — the purpose of the posts is to enlighten readers and provoke them to think about important issues.
Also disclose all potential conflicts of interest. If you have had any relationship with any company mentioned in your article, please disclose the nature of that relationship within the post.
We prefer to receive guest posts as Word file.
Our Editing Process
Guest posts go through our normal editing process. We may add a few comments and questions to your first draft. We might move a few paragraphs around so that the ideas flow better. However, please note you are solely responsible for the factual accuracy of your article. We will send you the final version before we publish it. We will never publish an article without getting the your approval first.
Once you are okay, we will schedule it for publication. Feasibility.pro retains all publishing rights to guest posts, and we ask that the content not be published elsewhere.
Guest posts are meant to be part of an ongoing conversation. After the post is published, we expect you to engage with readers.
How to Pitch a Post
Please get in touch with us here along with a sentence or two with your bio, including where you currently work and your relevant background.