iResume Cover Letter is officially accepting contributions from community experts who have a deep understanding of the HR industry and can provide valuable information for our job-seeking audience.
Whether you are a recruiter, HR consultant, or a freelance resume writer, if you have a guest post idea that is in line with our publication’s mission, then we’d love to hear from you.
Guest writer requirements
- Native or excellent English skills
- A good understanding of how to write professional resumes, cover letters, and the recruiting industry as a whole
- Willingness to respond to comments from readers
- Able to follow deadlines
- Good research skills
- Keeps up with current trends
- Can produce practical, relevant articles that speak directly to our readers’ needs
- Each post should be at least 700 words long and provide actionable advice for our readers
- Content should be geared towards job-seekers, who are either at the start of their career or currently changing professions
- Articles should be properly formatted
- Each post should be 100% original. We do not republish existing content.
- If you mention studies, reports or other official facts, please include the original source
- If you would like to insert pictures, charts, graphics along with your content, please makes sure to include the image source for each of them (Note: please ensure that you have the proper usage rights for any image that you include. If you would like to find copyright-free images, please visit https://creativecommons.org/).
Topics we are interested in
- Resume samples or structures according to a specific job title
- Cover letter samples or structures according to a specific job title
- Interview tips
- Job-seeking advice
- Job-seeking resources
- Expert interviews
- How-to guides
- Recruitment trends
How to apply as a guest writer
If you feel you meet all the above-mentioned criteria, send us an e-mail at elizabeth.heron(@)iresumecoverletter.com with the following details:
- Full name
- Short author bio (50-70 words)
- Samples of your previously published work
- One article suggestion, along with a short explanation of why that topic would be relevant for our audience and what angle you would like to approach