For anyone wondering if I accept guest posts for A CyberPilgrim? The answer is – Yes, I do accept guest blog posts! Currently I publish a guest post as appropriate to the theme of articles I am writing during a month or quarter. Below you will find all the details about the process.
What kind of content do you accept?
Anything that is useful for my readers is good content for a guest post here. What is greatly appreciated is your experience of how you are integrating technology or social media into your faith-based ministry. It can be related to blogging, Internet marketing in general, and it can also be derived from your own personal experiences. There is no minimum length for your post, but usually the guest posts have over 500 words.
It is also a good idea to search my archives before submitting a guest post. If I have covered that topic in the past already there are good chances I’ll reject your post (unless you offer new insights).
- Your post must be original and never been published before on the Internet
- You agree to not publish the post anywhere else (i.e., in your own blog or as a guest post in other blogs)
- You can include one link in the byline, which will be displayed at the bottom of the post
- You can’t use SEOd anchor text for your byline link. (Another article about anchor text )
- If you do not have a Gravatar, you are asked to create your Gravatar. This image adds to your “personal presence” when responding to comments made by others about your post.
How do I contact you about submitting a guest blog post?
Please contact me initially using the “Contact Page” of this blog. Please include your email so that I can contact you to discuss your proposal further. I will normally respond to you within 48 hours.
Welcome to ACyberPilgrim’s Guest Bloggers!
Carmen has been involved in the RCIA process at Incarnation Church since she was asked to be a sponsor for her cousin in 1997. The next year was asked to facilitate an RCIA-adapted group until she became the lead catechist for the adult’s RCIA. Currently, as Director of Faith Formation and Evangelization she coordinates very active year round Spanish and English RCIA parish communities. She is on the St. Petersburg Diocese Board of RCIA and has facilitated several workshops for the Hispanic community at the RCIA Institute in her diocese.
Carmen’s blog: http://carmensdrejourney.blogspot.com/
Joyce Donahue serves as Catechetical Associate in Diocese of Joliet Religious Education Office, with expertise in catechesis and liturgy. She has an MA in English Literature from University of Illinois, Urbana, and Masters in Pastoral Studies with emphasis in Liturgy from Loyola Institute of Ministry Extension (LIMEX). She is active in music, liturgy and catechesis in a bi-lingual (English-Spanish) parish. Joyce has an intense interest in the intersection of evangelization, faith and technology. She is a regular facilitator for University of Dayton Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation, serves as webmaster for her office and has given presentations to local catechetical leaders on the use of the internet for ministry.
Joyce’s Blog: Liturgy & Catechesis Shall Kiss
Technology Teacher and Web Master, Incarnation Catholic School, Tampa, Florida. After several years in American-curriculum school overseas, Rhonda Carrier, is currently the technology teacher at Incarnation Catholic School in Tampa, FL. She has presented educational technology workshops at NESA and EARCOS. She was presented the NESA Appreciation Award in 2002 and the Fred J. Vescolani Technology Leadership Award from EmTech Consulting in 2001.
Mary Hess is Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. Since 2003 she has written the blog Tensegrities . A Roman Catholic Layperson with eclectic interests, Hess received her B.A. in American Studies from Yale University; her M.T.S. is from Harvard University; and her Ph.D. is from Boston College. She served as a core member of the International Study Commission on Media, Religion and Culture. She serves on the editorial board of Journal of Media and Religion, Religious Education and Religion and Education in the Public Sphere. Visit www2.luthersem.edu/mhess/web/Home.html to learn more about her publications and teaching.
I am married, the mother of six children and grandmother of twenty-three. I have a Master’s Degree in Theology with a certification in Catechetics from Franciscan University of Steubenville. I have been working as the Director of Religious Education at Our Lady of Belen parish for eleven years and supervise over fifty volunteer catechists and approximately 450 students. I am also on the advisory board for the Emmaus Journey Formation for Christian Service for the Archdiocese of Santa Fe.