If you’re passionate about senior living and a writer (or even a want-to-be writer), you can make senior living better by submitting an article for publication at Senior Living Foresight. At this time, we are not looking for paid writing submissions. However, this is a great way to be involved in the industry and contribute to the conversation and build your personal brand.
Our audience includes C-level executives, regional and local senior living community leaders. It also includes capital providers, suppliers, and senior living technology leaders.
What we look for
If you’re serious about contributing, please read through the guidelines and expectations in their entirety before submitting an article.
Length: The ideal article is 400-800 words
We are open to discussing a wide range of issues related to all aspects of senior living. Below are the general categories we typically assign to our articles:
- Sales & Marketing
- Development (properties, systems, etc.)
- Life Enrichment
- Residential Assisted Living
- Employee Engagement
- Articles must be unique, original, and exclusive (i.e. you can’t republish the same article/articles).
- The article that you provide must not have been submitted, published, republished, or reprinted in other print/online publications.
- The article shouldn’t be too short, say less than 400 words, or too long, say over 1000 words. Exceptions can be made.
- Content must be relevant to the senior living sector.
- Because our business model is to serve as a content marketing platform, we do not publish articles from companies that are selling products or services to senior living organizations. To do so would devalue what partners are paying for.
- Be yourself. We have a casual, conversational writing style and your writing should showcase your personality.
- No defamatory or abusive content will be allowed. We encourage critical discussion, however, your writing needs to be appropriate and fair.
- You will be entirely liable for opinion pieces. So please research well for data and information before making claims and conclusions. We do not publish under pseudonyms . . . mostly.
If you are interested in submitting content for publication, please fill out the form below: