Guest Post Application

Thank you for your interest in becoming a guest blogger for Capture Billing! We’re excited to collaborate with other industry professionals and share new perspectives.

With that said, we like to keep things pretty simple around here. Successful submissions should focus on the following guidelines:

  1. Originality – Our goal is to provide high-quality, original content to our readers. To do so, we do not accept “copy and paste” posts that were previously published elsewhere. Meaning, if the post has been published on another site, you won’t be able to submit an exact copy to us. However, portions of the original post are acceptable, so long as the remaining content is unique and tailored to our audience. Also, please do not republish your submission elsewhere after we accept it; it must remain unique to Capture Billing. All submissions will be run through Copyscape. Please note: We retain the copyright of all material published on Capture Billing.

 

  1. Target audience – Our audience consists mainly of medical billers, coders, office managers, and physicians. They’re extremely busy though, so we prefer to keep our content straightforward and easy to interpret. Explain complicated topics in the simplest terms possible.

 

  1. Types of content – We accept several types of content, including:

 

  1. Formatting – Our formatting guidelines ensure our content is easy to read and highly shareable on social media. Here are the basic formatting suggestions:
  • Length: 500-1200 words.
  • Subheads: At least three subheads, all in bold font.
  • Links – Please include both internal and external links – one backlink to a related article on Capture Billing’s blog, and no more than three quality links to external sites.
  • Biography – Feel free to include your biography along with the submission, but please limit to 50 words or less. One backlink to your website or social media profile is acceptable also.
  • Images – We will add images and other graphics to support the post. However, if you have original images and are willing to transfer the rights to Capture Billing for use on the blog, please include those with your submission.

 

  1. Submission and Acceptance – Due to the high number of submissions we receive, please follow the steps below when sending your pitch. Fill out the form at the end of these guidelines giving us the following information:
  • Tell us briefly who you are.
  • Send a link to your website.
  • Include links to 2 articles you have written in the medical billing and coding niche.
  • State the title of your proposed post.
  • Briefly outline the topic using bullet points.
  • Tell us how Capture Billing’s readers would benefit from your post.

Additionally, writers will need to promote the article via their social networks and provide detailed responses to any comments and questions.

We will let you know, usually within 72 hours, if we would like to move forward and have you submit a post for approval.

Capture Billing reserves the right to accept and/or deny any submission as well as edit accepted submissions as needed. This means that the post may be reworked and/or entire portions deleted for the purposes of clarity, accuracy, or brevity.

If your post is accepted, you will be notified in advance of the publication date. We encourage you to respond to comments left by readers and share the blog link on your social media accounts. It will be shared on all of Capture Billing’s social platforms too.

Please view these additional terms before submitting your post: Privacy and legal terms.

 

Market Reach

Here at Capture Billing, we’re big on social. See a breakdown of our followers below as of March 12, 2017:

  • Pinterest – 43,095
  • Twitter – 11,099
  • Facebook – 46,220

And here’s a look at our website statistics (30-day window from February 09, 2017 to March 10, 2017):

  • 109,501 pageviews
  • 52,070 sessions
  • 38,362 users
  • 62.80% of sessions are new visits
  • Bounce Rate 1.43%
  • Average Session Duration 11 minutes 13 second

Alexa Certified Site Traffic rank in US as of March 12, 2017 was 62,585.

Additional questions? Please contact us. Thanks again for your interest!

Guest Post Application

Due to the high number of submissions we receive, please fill out the form below. If interested we will contact you via email for your submission.

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