Share Your Experience and Perspectives on TheBody.com!
July 13, 2016
Contribute to Our User-Generated Series
Our readers share powerful perspectives through our user-generated series. When you share your stories, you'll reach people from around the world looking for support, strength and hope.
Our user-generated series includes:
Become a Blogger -- Or Share Your Blog on TheBody.com
TheBody.com's bloggers are a diverse, devoted team sharing perspectives from all sectors of the HIV community.
As a blogger, your posts would be accessible to TheBody.com's one million monthly visitors, included in our weekly email newsletters and shared with our more than 15,000 Twitter and 9,000 Facebook followers. We're giving our bloggers even more opportunities for partnership, sponsorship and promotion, so it's a great time to get involved.
Got your own blog but seeking a broader audience? Let us know, and we can help you re-post content to our site and help you with promotion.
New to blogging? No problem! We can help you figure out whether the responsibilities and opportunities of blogging are a good fit for you and provide tips on writing online.
Pitch an Opinion Piece or Personal Story
Do you have a passionate perspective on living with or being affected by HIV, or a view on an HIV-related topic that you've always wanted to voice? We want you to share your thoughts (in 1,000 words or less). TheBody.com has had the privilege of hosting powerful op-eds from a myriad of different writers, some of which have gone viral, garnering 30,000-plus visitors. What's on your mind could be the next big topic in the HIV community.
Contact us if you have an idea or proposal for an opinion piece or personal story, or just want to share what's going on in your life or community.
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