You’ve Got Stories. We Want to Share Them.

You've got stories. We want to share them.We absolutely love hearing from you, our readers. That’s why you’ll often find a call at the end of our posts asking you to share your insights, experiences, and ideas. Let’s face it, in today’s social world it ain’t about us (and definitely not about me). It’s about you, and we wouldn’t have it any other way!

Not that long ago, we started a feature on our Facebook page called “Writer’s Monday.” We hoped to feature the work of some readers, whether it be a blog post, musings on a popular topic, or excerpts from your work (whether fiction or non-fiction). Although we got a little (*ahem!*) sidetracked in recent weeks, we still think it’s a sound idea. Heck, I happen to think it’s a great idea. However, we need it to get more traction, and that’s where you come in.

I enjoy searching the web to find pieces of work that can inspire, transform, and entertain readers. But I’m not above getting some help. Therefore, please send an email or leave a Comment letting me know that you want to be part of “Writer’s Monday.” I’ll get back to you as quickly as possible, and we can get you in on one of our upcoming Monday calendars. You’ll not only appear on our Facebook page but your work gets tweeted to all my followers. That means more eyes potentially see what you’ve written. Not to mention it can work seamlessly along with your other social media branding efforts, and even help in your personal marketing. Talk about a win-win situation!

Closely related to Writer’s Monday, consider this a reminder that we still accept Guest Bloggers. Now, I know there’s a lot of debate over whether guest blogs help or hurt your SERP standings. You’ll have to make a call on that score. In my book, the bottom line is this: If you write great content and share it with many people, you’ll end up not only attracting but also engaging followers. That’s always a good thing. For more info on our Guest Blog Guidelines, click here.

This entry was posted in Blog Info, Branding, Marketing, Social Media by Kerwyn Hodge. Bookmark the permalink.

About Kerwyn Hodge

Kerwyn Hodge has been an entrepreneur from early on. He’s been both a worker and manager, predominantly in the design and construction industry. Kerwyn transitioned to the Direct Selling industry, and joined LegalShield in July 2009. He works with businesses of all sizes, helping to protect the legal rights and identities of employees and their families, as well as helping to protect and grow small businesses with 100 employees or less. Check out his blog at You can reach him at 646-340-8087, or via email at

9 thoughts on “You’ve Got Stories. We Want to Share Them.

  1. I’m in! I love stories, listening to them, sharing them and telling them! Right now, I’m working on a short story about the Suffragettes as part of a Toastmasters project from their storytelling manual, Bringing History to Life! Sheryl Sandberg may be persuading women to lean In but she’s tame compared to Millicent Fawcett and Emmeline Pankhurst who inspired so many brave women to take up their fight for women’s rights! I’d love to hear what they’d say if they were alive today!

    • Glad to have you on board, Sandra! I’d love to read (and share) excerpts of your story about the Suffragettes! You’re right about Millicent Fawcett and Emmeline Pankhurst. Their time required a whole different brand of strength. They laid the groundwork for many of the rights women and others enjoy today.

    • I would absolutely love to feature those post on Writer’s Monday! In fact, because I’ve been *ahem!* somewhat tardy about my Monday duties of late, I may even feature some of them on a TUESDAY! Just share the links with me (you can email me) and we’re good to go! 🙂

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s