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Kidjacked Posting Guidelines
Kidjacked accepts link submissions, blog post submissions and article submissions. We are always seeking writers interested in starting a regularly published column.
Link Submission Guidelines
Kidjacked accepts several types of website link submissions. Probably the most common are news submissions. It is helpful if you include the state (if applicable or National) that the link refers to, in the subject line of your e-mail.
We also accept links for resources for both the state pages and the legal resource page (as well as a few others). If you are submitting a link for a certain page on Kidjacked, please include a link to that page. Doing so will help the editor get your link up much faster. While it might be apparent to you where the link should go, it's not always apparent to the editor.
Blog Post Guidelines
All blog posts are posted on the Jacked Up Blog. Blog posts are intended to be timely pieces. They can be about your own case, current news items and even events that you are promoting.
Kidjacked is always looking for good advice articles, pieces with legal resources and even commentaries that will serve well over time. Articles posted should be stand alone articles that are useful today and in the near future. They aren't articles that will be out of date by next month.
If you are a writer or a wannabe writer and are able to write interesting and timely articles at least on a monthly basis, we encourage you to submit a sample of your work and tell us about yourself and some of the ideas you have for your column.
Kidjacked does not pay for articles, blog posts nor are we able to pay columnists. However, we do allow authors to promote their books, websites and events. Feel free to share links to your site (or your favorite website).
While we appreciate hearing from you, personal e-mails are not generally answered due to the sheer volume of e-mail we receive. If you desire an answer, please post your questions to the Kidjacked Group. All e-mails received are subject to publication at the discression of the editor. If you don't want it to appear in print, don't send it.
If you have questions that are not addressed here, please feel free to e-mail me, I will answer as time allows.