Guest Post Guidelines

What kind of posts do you accept?

First, if you are a summer camp professional and you want to write a quest post, fantastic! Email me with your post idea and we’ll go from there. If you are NOT a summer camp professional, please read the rest of this page.

The audience for this site is mainly summer camp professionals. Use your judgement. It should be useful information for my readers. Programming is really the highlight of the blog, so themes, events, activities, etc. are all good topics. Non-programming posts like personal stories, staff training, counselor tips, marketing ideas, and other useful camp topics are also fine.

This is not a site for parents, so posts like “How to Find the Perfect Camp for Your Child” would not be appropriate.

General Guidelines

  • Make sure your post is original content, meaning that it has never been published on the Internet or in print. Excerpts are okay if they are credited appropriately.
  • You agree to not publish the post anywhere else (i.e., in your own blog or as a guest post in other blogs)
  • You can include one link in the byline, which will be displayed at the bottom of the post
  • Email the post in the body of the email or as a word document. Do not send it as a PDF.

Submission Guidelines

Email your post ideas to curt@recreationpros.com. I will respond with a day or two. Please do not email me to ask if I accept guest posts (I do) and for suggestions on what you should write about. Those are emails I will probably not respond to.

PLEASE NOTE: I am not accepting posts from professional “article writers” looking to add links for their clients to enhance their SEO.

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