We welcome your contributions! Through writing for Beef Geek, you can share your knowledge with the world, helping us in our mission to spread American beef awareness. Our editorial team will work with you to polish your writing and sharpen your message. We work with writers across America of every color, creed, orientation, tradition, and background. Add your voice to the mbg mix!
Beef is our beat. We cover recipes, steakhouse reviews, the history of beef, statistics, research, laws, and the effect on the environment. Familiarize yourself with our content, and if you feel like you have a story our readers would love, we want to see it!
Keep in mind:
- Write about what you know. Are you a lifelong meat eater or chef? We want to hear what you have to say about your area or expertise!
- Be original: Posts must be unique to Beef Geek. Posts must not have been published elsewhere online (including your personal blog) or slated for distribution on other sites.
- Source all health claims: If you mention a statistic or a study in your piece, include a link to that source. If you claim a certain food is healthy, tell us how you know. Use links to peer-reviewed scientific papers, academic journals, and/or credible news outlets. Put relevant links in brackets: [http://facebook.com/beef-geek]
- Write a tight opening: Does the first sentence make the reader want to continue? Does your first paragraph tell the reader clearly and succinctly what the article will be about?
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Please put the title of your piece in the subject line and the full text in the body of the email
Please include your bio (120 words or less) with links to your website, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter pages, in brackets: [http://facebook.com/beef-geek] and a headshot or photo of you to use for your bio.
We read every submission we receive but we are a small staff and can’t respond to every submission. If your post has been accepted, we will respond within 14 days.
By submitting to Beef Geek you acknowledge that you accept our terms and any form of editing the Beef Geek editorial team deems necessary.