Exciting New Stuff and a Call for Guest Posts
I am definitely guilty of taking on way too many projects at once, I’ll be the first to admit to that. While this sometimes create a backload of work on my end and a delay in finishing these projects, it also means that sometimes I have a bunch of new and exciting projects that are all ready to roll around the same time! Read below for a sneak peek, but first…
I have a bunch of new and exciting things in the works, many of which I will give you sneak peek on below. So, I really want to focus on finishing up these projects over the next few months.
I need your help! I am looking for some quality guest posts to help me during the next couple of months.
I will still be writing new articles here and have many new ideas for articles and videos to share, but I also want to hear from you and help you spread the word about your webiste in the process.
Why you want to guest post on MikeReinold.com:
- Share your ideas – I know you have some great ones, share them with the world! Almost 50,000 people read this website a month!
- Promote your website – Let me link back to your site and help show everyone what you have to offer. This will help get the word out about your site.
- Get started in writing – Don’t have a website yet but have great ideas? Let me help.
- I do not except advertisements
- I only accept original content
- Your article has to fit my general theme and topics of this website
- Read some of my articles again and pay attention to the general length, headers, and format – writing me a 5000 word thesis is not appropriate for this website. Also, break up your article so it is easy to read, no huge paragraphs
- When in doubt, email your thoughts and I’ll let you know if your topic would be of interest
- I really do get many, many guest post requests – I can not print them all
- I do edit them, I will not change your intent but I may format etc.
- Any type of article is fine. An article in the format of a list (like Top 5 iPhone apps for PT’s) is just as good as a more detailed article.
Things to include in your article:
- A bio at the end – Just a sentence or two about your, your credentials, where you work, etc. Include a link to a website. A small photo of yourself is fine too.
- A title and headers – break up your content to make it easy to read
- Videos – This is a big one. If you have a technique that you want to share, video it, upload it to youtube and include the link. This is huge and guest posts with video have a stronger preference
- Photos – Another big one. Articles need photos. DO NOT search the web and grab some random photos, I can’t print them. But please do take photos yourself or find copyright free images around the web.
New Updates to MikeReinold.com
I have a couple of cool new updates to this website that I am working on implementing.
If you have used your phone to check out my website over the summer you may have notice I have been tweaking and implementing a new mobile theme. The result has been awesome and the website looks slick and moves quick on your mobile phone, especially iPhones. Be sure to check it out and stay up to date next time you are waiting in line somewhere or stuck at a red light (just kidding… don’t read my site while driving…). Here are some screenshots:
I have been thinking about adding a forum for some time and am exciting that we are only weeks away from implementing. I have always wanted to start one as I feel that the current ones on the internet are lacking. I have been testing a couple of different methods of implementing a forum and think I have settled on using the same technology that I used on my other website ShoulderSeminar.com.
I hope that this forum becomes a place for us all to discuss, share ideas, and ask questions. I envision it as a place that you come to ask a question, post about a difficult case, get advice from others, and discuss hot topics in rehab, sports medicine, and performance training. I will also have sections of the forum to discuss continuing education programs and products (like books, DVDs, etc) so you can share what courses and products you liked and ask others before forking over $600 bucks to sit through a bad seminar.
Forums are only as good as the participants so please join in and let’s make this a community.
Other Exciting News and a MAJOR Announcement Next Week
In other news, I am working a few new websites as well. These include new educational programs, a website on teaching instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, and a new website with webinars from myself, Kevin Wilk, and others. I’ll be rolling these out over the next several months so stay tuned. But more importantly…
On Monday, I have a major announcement about my new collaboration with Eric Cressey. We are hosting a live seminar and will be creating a new website and educational product that you are going to love. Check back here on Monday!