North Carolina Tarheels, c 1911
[Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
With this in mind, I'm offering aspiring and established bloggers the opportunity to propose and submit guest posts. TBCB readership is still relatively small, but we're breaking records each month and also slowly climbing the charts on websites like Technorati, which recently ranked TBCB in the top 100 of all basketball blogs (today it's #109).
TBCB does not currently feature advertisements or generate revenue, so there's no money to be made in posting here. However, if you're interested in gaining experience and exposure, please contact me via Twitter (@champsbelt) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org). I'll work with you to maintain a respectable presentation, but I don't plan to have a heavy hand in editing. Your articles will be presented as your works.
Photo by Danecjensen (Own work)
While my earlier work focused on the BAA/NBA in the late 1940's, I'm currently exploring the early to mid 1950s and I'm seeking articles that address the players and stories of that time. However, if you send me something that doesn't fit this time frame but is still a great piece of work, I won't hesitate to publish it here. A few things to keep in mind:
- Your posts don't need to include information or references to the fictional Basketball Champs Belt, although I might add a few editor's notes as appropriate.
- All images or videos presented in your articles must be available via YouTube or available to use for free, such as those available via Wikimedia Commons.
- I'll send you any notes, prefaces, etc. that will appear along with your post so you'll have an opportunity to review (and edit) them before the post is published.