Are you a wet shaver with a Youtube channel? I want to help you grow your audience! I will put your video on my channel–I will add a short intro and a subscription card and link back to your channel so viewers watching can subscribe to you. The only two limitations is that the video must be tutorial in nature and that you can’t sell anything.
Not a Youtube-er but still have something about shaving on your mind? Sharpologist encourages guest and freelance written content, too.
You may have noticed articles written by “guest.” I admit I have a soft spot for giving guest and freelance writers a chance to get more well-known by offering to publish them on Sharpologist (back in the day I was a freelance magazine article writer). Admittedly, a lot of the “pitches” I get are terrible: thinly disguised advertising (oh, pardon me, “content marketing”) from writers whose native language probably isn’t English. But I have run a number of articles from freelancers over the years–maybe not the best quality but good enough and I gave them a chance.
I’ve also recruited a small band of merry pirates to write a little more often about more advanced topics: people like Jay Harrell, Victor Marks, and Doug Hansford, among others.
What about YOU? Something on your mind? Share it! Don’t worry if you’re not a great writer: I want you to keep your “voice,” your own personal style, and we’ll work together to avoid spelling and syntax mistakes. I’ll also make sure the technical bits match Sharpologist’s “vibe.”
It’s a great way to get your ideas out there without the drama that some of the shave forums seem to generate. And if you have your own blog (even if it’s not shaving-related) it’s also a way to become better known.
So take a look at the writer’s guidelines at http://sharpologist.com/write-