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Learn How To Get Published BEYOND Your Personal Blog!

After experiencing the benefits of being published on dozens of sites beyond my own personal blog, I started a website devoted to sharing the processes, tips and even specific writing opportunities with other bloggers. I speak to editors from places like The Huffington Post, The Washington Post, and Scary Mommy every week in my podcast, where they share opportunities to submit writing, as well as the specific tips writers need to know to get published on those websites. I've taken all of the information I've learned through submitting my own work (including my rookie mistakes!), networking with bloggers about submissions daily, and hearing directly from editors, and rolled it into this course-- 'Submission Savvy: The Beginner's Step By Step Strategy For Getting Published Online.

Susan Maccarelli

No more wondering how your fellow bloggers are getting their work into all these publications, and no more frustration because no one is reading your writing on your personal blog. Whether you are looking to find your ideal audience, gain new followers, get paid for your writing or one of the many other perks offered by being published beyond your personal blog, Submission Savvy will take you through all the steps and information you need to start submitting your work and getting published!

What You'll Learn via 8 self-paced recorded modules


Module 1: "Show Me The Benefits" explains why submitting your work and being published beyond your blog is awesome!


Module 2: "Where Do I Belong" teaches you how to target the right sites that are the best fit for YOUR writing


Module 3: "Republish Your Best Work" shows you exactly how to go about giving the posts on your personal blog a new and wider audience by submitting to sites that republish


Module 4: "Ready, Set, Submit!" details the Do's and Don'ts for submitting your work


Module 5: "Promote Like A Pro" walks you through what you need to know about promoting your work once it's published


Module 6: "Rejection As Momentum" discover the tips for handling rejection and turning it into a positive experience


Module 7: "Show Me The Paying Sites!" Everything you need to know about finding and understanding paid opportunities


Module 8: "Putting It All Together" Scheduling, tracking, and staying motivated

Course Materials

  • Submission Tracker Spreadsheet
  • Submission Savvy Course Guide for notes and assignments
  • Important Links discussed in each course module
  • Recommended Reading to support each course module
  • FAQ
  • Glossary of Submission Terms
Who Submission Savvy Is For: Bloggers who want to learn the ins and outs of submitting their writing and being published online.

Who Submission Savvy Is NOT For: Bloggers who are looking for a workshop to improve their writing, or those who already have numerous bylines to their credit and active freelancers.

What people are saying about working with Susan

I have learned more from Susan in the last 10 days than in all the tortured hours I groped alone trying to "get it." Above and beyond the modules, she has had held my hand and guided me through endless email conversations. (Delete this part Susan if you don't want people to know you baby your clients!). I can not recommend Submission Savvy enough. She could re-name it, "Sanity Saver!"Leslie Blanchard of A Ginger Snapped
I just have to tell you that thanks to your site I am finding huge success in my writing career. This week I submitted to Penny Hoarder and Scary Mommy and BOTH were accepted! I'm finding a really good success rate for submissions. Your podcasts, posts, and database are all a huge reason for my success. I literally started pursuing writing as a career in April and I'm on track to make $23,000/year working about 10 billable hours a week.Brianna Bell of Brianna Bell Writes
Beyond Your Blog provided an invaluable service, which I fully credit for not only my first feature, but my first viral post. 20,000 shares and counting. Thanks BYB!Mary Katherine Backstrom (Mom Babble)
I just want to give you a BIG thank you for all you do. Thanks to Beyond Your Blog & the incredibly helpful FB community you created, I wrote, submitted and got paid for my first piece of writing in about 10 years. (I recently jumped back into freelance writing after a 10-year hiatus to raise & homeschool my kids.) I forgot how great and empowering it feels to write and get paid. And I never would have found these online markets if it weren't for Beyond Your Blog. So thank you, from the bottom of my writer's heart.Lisa Kaminski Beach Tweenior Moments

Register now to receive these bonuses

Editor Detective Bonus Module - Susan shares the tips and tricks she uses to track down editors, and often contact information at the publications you want to submit to so you can send your pitch or submission to the correct person the first time.
HuffPost In A Handout Bonus PDF - A reference document covering how bloggers can get published in The Huffington Post, practical tips for becoming a HuffPost blogger, and what to do once you are published in The Huffington Post.