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3 ways to partner with Martial life


Write for Martial life!

Write for www.martiallife.com
Photograph taken from Onomatomedia / wikipedia commons

 

Do you want a place to share your martial arts passion?

Are you an instructor with tips to share?

Are you interested in helping others through their martial path?

 

What we are looking for?

  • We accept tips and tutorials for beginner, intermediate and advanced practitioner
  • We are looking for everything and anything related to martial arts
  • We would love your article to include photographs (with consent of photo owner)
  • We would love your article to be at least 600 words long, with bolded paragraph titles.
  • We need you to allow your submissions to be published on this site indefinitely

 

We give you a byline and include a link back to your blogs, website,deviantart account, (wherever you have a web presence) in return for your tip or tutorial

How to submit an article?

Contact us with your article idea or even the first paragraph or two and we’ll let you know if we think can use it or not.



 

Link Exchange

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Do you own a martial arts related website?

If you place our link on your website, we will reciprocate by placing a link to your website.

 


 

 

Supply photographs

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Are you an amateur or semi professional photograph?

Do you enjoy taking martial arts picture?

If so, contact us to a link to either your deviantart account or to your website or any other web resource so where we can admire your work.

Credits and link will be given to you, should your photograph be used in one of our articles.

 

 

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