Write for us

There is no right or wrong way to talk about money. We want your unique perspective!

If you’re interested in writing for us, email your pitches to our editor, Theresa Bradley at staff@ourfeatured.com

These are some guidelines for pitching: Subject line: “Pitch(es), for TFD”Email address: Headline ideas description of your article(s) in 2-3 sentences any details or numbers that relate to your story this article is written by you. To make communication easier, number multiple pitches at once.

Finance Blog Post Topics & Categories

Here are a few of the most popular Finance blog post categories and topics to write about:

  • Investing
  • Accounting
  • Saving
  • Taxes
  • Loan
  • Income Management
  • Merger & Acquisitions
  • Dividend Policy
  • Bankruptcy
  • Capital Management
  • Wealth Management
  • Budget
  • Banking Finance

How To Guide Blog Post Ideas For Your Finance Blog

  • How to write a finance blog
  • How to Budget for Big Expenses
  • How to Track Expenses in 3 Easy Steps
  • How to Save $5,000 This Year
  • How and Where to Open an IRA
  • How to Protect Yourself from a Stock Market Crash
  • How To Get Back On Track With Your Finances
  • How to manage your money
  • How can I save 100k in 3 years
  • How to save money
  • How To Set Financial Goals
  • How to Save Money to Travel the World
  • How to create a personal finance blog
  • How Personal Finance Blogs Make Money
  • How To Raise Financially Responsible Children
  • How much do finance bloggers make
  • How to improve your credit card score
  • How to overcome financial crisis
  • How to invest in mutual funds
  • How to save on a budget
  • How to save money tips
  • How to get a credit card with bad credit
  • How Many Credit Cards Should You Have
  • How to maintain good credit score
  • How to manage your money
  • How Much Should You Save Each Month
  • How Much Cash Should I Keep in the Bank

What guest posts do we accept

  • 1. Do not be afraid to speak truthfully Everybody has a personal story about personal finances. We want to hear the truth, not just statistics and generalized essays about millennials. You don’t need to embellish your story.
  • 2. Each point has a counterpoint. We always appreciate a positive response from someone who has shared their opinion on TFD. We will listen to all sides of an argument as long as we respect each other and are open to the possibility that one person’s view might not be the right one for another.
  • 3. There is no topic too serious or too light. Free yoga meet-ups are just as valuable as hard-earned investment advice. It’s all part and parcel of living smarter.
  • 4. Tell us more than what you do. Let us know why. We are interested in your money values, work strategies, and relationship rules before you settle down. We also want to know what your parents taught you. Do you learn by trial and error? It is extremely valuable to learn how we make financial decisions.
  • 5. Learn from your mistakes they are not to be ashamed of, they are as vital to our future as our successes. We’re not here to prove that we are perfect.
  • 6. Enjoy your privilege talking about money can be difficult because people who don’t worry about it often avoid talking about it. We’d all be happier if we acknowledged that there are some advantages. People will be less inclined to believe that they are not fortunate enough.
  • 7. Write the piece that you want to be read. Be funny, open-minded, smart, and honest. Share something about yourself with others and let them know that you aren’t alone. You don’t need to be so serious about money. Although we were taught money was something you should not discuss, it’s not true ***… This is what holds us back. That’s why we are going to work together to change it.