We are always looking for talented writers, bloggers and entrepreneurs to contribute to Lioness. We accept three types of content: syndication, original articles and first-person pieces. All articles should be a minimum of 500 words.
We are always looking for original, edgy and informative articles. If you are looking for an opportunity to connect with women entrepreneurs, than look no further! Share your knowledge with our readers.
Topics can hit on a range of startup issues (marketing, capital, tech and more). We love how-to pieces that assist our readers in solving a current problem or teach them how to do something more efficiently (i.e. How to get 10,000 new Twitter followers, How to become a serial entrepreneur).
Send your article in a Microsoft Word Doc with your mini-bio (up to four sentences), along with your headshot attached to the email to email@example.com.
We are always looking for female entrepreneurs to share their entrepreneurial journey. Everyone has a unique story of success, triumph or failure. Can yours inspire another woman? Have you learned something along the way you want to share? This is your chance. Lioness features women from around the globe who write their own stories to encourage and inspire their fellow sisters in the startup world.
If you are interested, send us your pitch at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, address, e-mail and daytime telephone number.
In addition to original content, we also are the one-stop home for women thought leaders. If you have already written meaningful content for women entrepreneurs at your own site and want to make it available to Lioness readers, we’re open to syndication. Submit your reprint to our team, and if it’s a good fit, we will get back to you in a timely manner. Send your article in a Microsoft Word Doc with your mini-bio (up to four sentences), along with your headshot attached to the email.
NOTE: Lioness Magazine has the right to edit, revise, abridge, expand or re-title any article. By submission of the article to us, the writer represents and warrants that they are the sole author of the article, that the article is original and that the writer owns all rights to it free of any prior assignment.