Freelance blog writers wanted

Freelance Blog Writers Wanted

The NCO Guide blog ( is looking for active, guard, USAR, and veteran noncommissioned officers (CPL-CSM) and their family members who are interested in creating content that is of interest to the military community. We have set a goal to post up to 5 blog posts per week and we will make payment for every post that we publish. We will pay a 50% bonus to the blog post that has the best community interaction (FB likes, tweets, comments, reposts, etc.) that week.

We prefer blog writers to be local, but we will consider others so long as you are verified as a current or former US Army noncommissioned officer or family member of. Posts must be topical, be of 500-1000 words in length, and must be of newspaper quality (Army Times, Post paper, etc.) of fresh, original content. Cut and paste or plagiarism will not be accepted, we are only accepting your fresh content. We will pay $10 per accepted and published blog post.

Blogging experience not required, however the writer must be able to write effectively. To be considered go to the bottom of this post and tell us your interest in the comments section and we will contact you.



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Dan is a leadership coach, management consultant, and change agent who has mentored hundreds of leaders at all levels. A retired Command Sergeant Major with more than 26-years serving soldiers and their families, he has deployments to Bosnia-Herzegovina and Iraq. Dan's culminating assignment was as the senior enlisted advisor of a major Army Command (USAMC) and as the Army's senior enlisted sustainer. He served on the Sergeant Major of the Army's Board of Directors and is author, editor or advisor to a number of soldier-related books and articles. Working as an independent consultant and small-business owner in Killeen TX, Dan continues to serve soldiers as a Blogger, Podcaster and Speaker. He was selected as the first enlisted Senior Fellow for the Association of the United States Army and was inducted to the US Army Sergeants Major Academy Wall of Fame, and the US Army Ordnance Corps Hall of Fame

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