Want to touch thousands of lives? Share your migraine articles and help other migraine sufferers cope better with recurrent, relentless migraine attacks. Share what you've learned today and others can experiment and put it to practice tomorrow.
To go directly to the submission form please click here.
If you'd like to contribute and share your story, please take a moment to read the content guidelines below.
Do you want to help other people relieve their migraines effectively, efficiently and even cheaply with some new treatment method? Or do you want to share what's been working with the new CGRP medications?
If so, please submit your story or experience below and if published I will provide a link to your site and publish your details. This means having your very own webpage!
I say 'if' because you will need to meet some criteria (below) and I may need to do some editing to fit in with my mission here at Migraine Savvy. For example, it has to be original content and pertain directly to stopping migraine attacks.
You might not know this but you only have 2-8 seconds to engage someone on the internet. So... think about how you read. Do you scroll the headlines first? It's really important to be clear and succinct.
1. Where Did You Start And Where Are You Now? Results First.
For example, I used to get twenty days of migraine a month and now I get ZERO days. All from just doing this: x, y, and z.
You can use your change in perspective, a change in your routine or habits, and then the change in your health.
Then take me through it step by step as if you are talking to me. The details around stopping or reducing migraines are important.
Here's an example of a great guest post - Why Do I Wake Up With A Tension Headache?
2. It Must Be Original
It has to be original material. Migraine articles cannot be plagiarized or duplicated anywhere else on the internet, even if it is your own personal blog. If you are planning to distribute the same article to other websites, please do not submit it.
3. Keep It Accurate and Respect Legal Copyrights
Use credible sources for accuracy and make sure you provide the proper attribution and the link. Click here for a good guide - Copyright and the Internet.
4. Size Does Matter
Aim for 800-1000 words. If that sounds like too much, write whatever you can manage. 400 is the absolute minimum.
Video - If you decide to submit a video 2-3 minutes and no more will be accepted.
5. Keep it Relevant to Migraines
Migraines effect all areas of life, so I cover all aspects of life. From food, and the way you eat, to sleep, depression, anxiety, work, relationships, managing emotions, you name it... it will be covered. So your article must be related to migraine headaches.
6. Edit Your Submission
Please proof your work for spelling and grammar errors before submitting it.
I reserve the right to reject any content submissions that don’t meet editorial or design standards. You are free to submit it elsewhere.
7. Linking Back To You
All migraine articles submitted can have backlinks to the author's website and favorite social channel (if you want and have them). Please provide a short bio (2 - 3 sentences) and a good quality image (.jpg) of yourself, and all social media links.
8. Acceptance of Terms and Conditions
When you submit migraine articles, you acknowledge that you accept our terms, and any form of editing that might occur on behalf of the Migraine Savvy editorial process. In most cases I often edit titles and featured images.
Once your article goes live, please share it on your social channels.
I will notify you when your article goes live so you can tell all of your friends via email, your website, Facebook, Twitter, and any other social media channels you use. Sharing is caring!
The more people who read your article, the better!!!
Here is the form to submit your article for editing and publication, should it be accepted. Just click in the box and start typing.
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Palo Santo Smudging
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Jaahda's Migraine Cures
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