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Why people love contributing to Caregiving.com
Contributing to Caregiving.com is an easy way for me to stay up-to-date with issues that impact caregivers. I can choose from a range of topics from policy discussions to tips that improve daily life. It's a quick way to help many caregivers while also increasing my base of information. I see it as a win-win!
I enjoy contributing to Caregiving.com because, as a blogger who writes specifically for family caregivers, this is a great opportunity to broaden the reach and truly help more caregivers. Caregiving.com has been a leading online community for family caregivers for over two decades. The content team is open to new topics and easy to work with.
I enjoy working with the editorial team, getting feedback on what site visitors are looking for, and having people comment on and share my advice. It makes me feel like everything I’ve learned as a caregiver is going to good use and that I’m making a meaningful difference in the lives of fellow caregivers.
Caregiving.com editorial guidelines
All content must be your own or shared with permission and properly cited.
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Whether you contribute just once or a dozen times, your words represent our community. Content should show integrity and value and put the information needs of caregivers first.