16 September 2010

Will you write for Turtle?

Fancy writing a post for Turtle's Blog?
Turtle would love to hear from you!

What can I write about?

As you might have noticed, Turtle enjoys a good cuppa, so any tea-related goings-on are of definite interest.

Any suggestions are welcome, but here are some ideas if you're stuck for what to write about:

A How-To
A tasty recipe
Picks of your favourite items found online
Your favourite items from the It Belongs To Turtle Flickr Group
Your favourite websites, shops or blogs
A sea-shanty you wrote late last night
A Turtle-based story...

If you are an online seller and make something that you think would be of interest to Turtle or one of his friends (see their profile pages for their interests and likes) then you are welcome to write a press release about your shop or items.

How do I get started?

Email Turtle to let him know that you fancy writing for him. Tell him who you are and what you'd like to write about. Easy peasy!


Turtle can't wait to hear from you!

I don't feel like writing a whole post, but will Turtle feature my item?

If you make something that you'd like to put forward to be featured on Turtle's Blog, then upload your photos to the It Belongs To Turtle Flickr Group. Turtle will be making picks from the group pool to feature in his blog posts. Have a look through the blog to see the kinds of things that are featured; but generally speaking, anything tea-related, animal-related or superbly cute are definite winners. Feel free to add as many items as you'd like.

If you don't have a Flickr account, you are more than welcome to email your item submissions to Turtle or one of his friends. Please send a link to your item rather than pictures.
Turtle and friends email addresses can be found on their profile pages.

Unfortunately Turtle can't feature all items submitted, but he will try his darndest to feature as many as he can and really appreciates anything that you want to show him.

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