ALPS 411, a blog for the legal community, businesses, and entrepreneurs, is published by ALPS Corporation and its family of professional service companies. This forum is designed for the exchange of information and ideas regarding risk management, professionalism, ethics, international law, and technology in the practice of law. Staff and guest bloggers provide helpful and useful information on practice management, malpractice avoidance, claims, underwriting, finances, marketing, social media, legal IT, e-discovery, career development, and more.
Write for ALPS 411
Are you an experienced legal or business blogger or an expert in one of our topic areas? Interested in directing traffic to your own blog or website? If so, the publishers of ALPS 411 are always open to quality, informative guest posts and in recruiting new regular contributors.
Let us know whether you're considering a single post, a series of posts, or if you would like to contribute on a regular basis. Send a pitch for what you would like blog about, along with samples of any existing published blogs, to our administrator via email.
Guest posts should range from 500-1,200 words providing relevant information concerning the practice of law, best business practices, or any of the topics listed in the About section above. Submit your posts in the body of an email to our administrator or as a Word document (no PDFs). Guest posts must be 100% original content. Note: it is okay to cite and/or provide links to other resources.
Guest blog submissions must include the following information: Your full name, Title, Email, Law Firm or Company Name, Address and Telephone Number. You may also provide a bio in a separate document.
Guest posts to ALPS 411 are unpaid. Your content, however, will be exposed to a thriving blog community of current subscribers and mentioned on our social media channels, all while providing you with opportunities to augment your vitae and direct traffic to your own blog or website.
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Use of Content
When you submit a guest post, you grant ALPS 411 and ALPS Corporation an exclusive, irrevocable, perpetual license to publish online any content you create for us, whether text, video, audio, or any other medium, with attribution. Online publication includes websites, email, or other Internet-based media. You also grant us a non-exclusive, irrevocable, perpetual license to publish offline any content you create for us, whether text, video, audio, or any other medium, with attribution. Offline publication may include printed, recorded, or other tangible media.