You Can Blog

Are you a fellow bartender? Been considering entering the blogging world or just want your article or two heard? Well, I’m open to guest bloggers. Yes, for real. All you’ve got to do is be original, whitty, and articulate. Tall order, huh? I know.

If you want to be published on this site, get your ass to the keyboard and send me a sample article. Just follow these guidelines

  1. Unique Title
  2. Unique Content
  3. Original photography or relevant “public domain” photograph
  4. Opening enticing paragraph
  5. Proper sentence and paragraph structure
  6. No typos or poor grammar (poetic license ok)
  7. Relevant to the topic at hand: bartending (this isn’t a personal rant blog)
  8. Closing

If it’s worthwhile, I’ll publish it and credit you appropriately. Write sufficiently well, and are of the same mindset, and you can publish your damned self on the regular.

 

-Freddy

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3 thoughts on “You Can Blog

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  2. Where should prospective bartender /bloggers send their blog? I run a website called Victoria-Tate.com where I write about my own bartending experience and I’d love to give it a shot here.

  3. Bartending can be a lot of things, for some people it’s a temporary job where they earn the income needed to survive, while others turn it into a solid career and earn quite a lot of money from it. Just like any other job however, bartending might come with its dull moments, but on the other hand it allows you to meet a plethora of new people, sometimes very influential, and through that you can make great connections. Bartenders can gain a good income that ranges from $10000 per year up to $20000. And this doesn’t even take the tips into account, which might double the revenues.

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