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In the spirit of community and collaboration, Black Girl in the CLE encourages published bloggers, experts, community figures, and business owners to share their knowledge and experiences by contributing content for our hashtag campaigns.

As a guest blogger, you’ll be expected to:

  • Write about topics that reflect our hashtag campaign. Currently, we have two hashtag campaigns:

    • #blackgirlsshopsmall - spotlighting small businesses all year long

    • #blackgirlsgetfit - spotlighting ways to be fit - physically, financially, mentally, and socially (and in whatever way you get fit)

                                              ****More hashtag campaigns to come!
  • Write in an upbeat, friendly tone that does not denigrate an individual or business. Be respectful and refrain from using offensive and profane language.

  • Add interesting detail and a unique flare to content so that it keeps readers interested and engaged.

  • Write blog posts that are no less than 300 words.

  • Submit work that has no spelling, punctuation, or grammatical errors.

  • Submit at least two graphics related to the topic.

  • Use your own graphics or graphics that fall under Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license. Please note: graphics snagged from the Internet and used without permission will make your post ineligible for posting on the website.

  • Submit a headshot, short bio, logo of your business, and links to your website and social media.

  • Promote published content on your social media channels and use one or more of the following hashtags on IG and Twitter:  #blackgirlincle and #CLEblackgirl

Black Girl in the CLE reserves the right to refuse and/or edit content prior and after to publishing on the website. All submitted content is exclusive to Black Girl in the CLE with all rights reserved. Content published on Black Girl in the CLE website will be credited to the author. 

While there is no compensation for content that you submit to Black Girl in the CLE, you will become exposed and visible via the website and social media channels to a growing audience of individuals who are proud to hail from the Greater Cleveland Area.

Posts are not intended to promote your business, but to inform and educate our readers. Posts that contain affiliate links must disclose according to FTC guidelines.