Thanks for spending the last 5 months with First Comms Job. May this holiday be filled with joy and magical wonders for you and your family.
If you are on twitter, do join us for a round of fun Christmas trivia, including fun facts about Christmas cards, Santa and more!
With lots of merry Ho Ho Ho’s,
Jeszlene & April
As a follow-up to Why You Should Guest Post, let’s take a at look how to submit a winning guest post!
How to Submit A Guest Post
Guest Post Submission Page
Most blogs that accept guest posts have a submission page, complete with guidelines and contact information. For those without a guest post section, why not send an email or a social media message asking if they are open to a guest post?
Tip: For guest post newbies, start with blogs you’ve been following or bloggers who have engaged with your blog.
How to Write a Winning Guest Post
As mentioned in my earlier post, Q&A Series: When should you start your job hunt? we have invited April Chan, a journalism major at the Queensland University of Technology to discuss some lessons learnt from her internship experiences.
I first came across April’s via her post Internship Articles on her blog, Planet of an Ape. Captured by her positive outlook, I invited April to guest post on First Comms Job. A second year undergrad, she has already spent 4 months working with Netball Queensland as a match reporter, prior to her week at The Courier Mail and is a glowing example of a proactive comms job seeker. So without further ado, here’s April and her guest post.
Your Communications Internship by April Chan