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We do not offer any of the following:

  • anything that remotely violates Google’s terms of service.
  • links that pass PageRank – Nofollow or sponsored links only.

Sponsored Posts

We will accept sponsored posts that are senior-related. All submissions should also meet our article submission guidelines on our Contact Us page to be considered.

We do not offer content writing for sponsored posts.

Accepted sponsored post:

  • Cost $500 per post to be published
  • Sponsored posts are shared on all of our social media and in our newsletter
  • ALL links will be marked as sponsored

Our Sponsors (Section)

We allow sponsored links or ads on a monthly payment basis.

  • Cost $100 per month per sponsored link or ad
  • ALL links will be marked as sponsored

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