Want To Write For Corpina?

Have something you’re dying to get off your chest (or out of your brain) about neuroscience, nootropics, cognitive enhancement, or the future of humanity?

If so, we’d love to hear about it.  In fact, scratch that — we’d love to read about it.

And maybe the rest of the Corpina community would, too.

We are open to guest post submissions from writers who want a forum to reach brain-hackers, neuroscience-lovers, and personal optimization fiends.

Heck, if you find yourself at this page, you’re probably in one of these groups yourself — maybe all of them.

Before you write anything, please send us a short proposal and list of ideas you’d like to write about. We’ll reply to let you know if we’d like you to go ahead with the piece, and ask you for further information at that point.

Please use the format below even if you’ve flown in the face of convention and already have written something. This is by far the best way to get yourself featured on our site.

Please address your email to dan@corpina.com.

Content Guidelines

We are mainly looking for:

  • Supplement and vendor reviews
  • How-to guides
  • Opinion pieces

Full disclosure of vendor / industry relationships is required at all times, and our editors reserve the right to withhold publication of self-promotional content and links, as well as make significant edits to content and headlines.

IMPORTANT: NO FLUFF or FILLER words. If your article includes fluffy or filler language, we will send it back. No BS’ing. Only facts & sources backed arguments. If you don’t know what fluffy writing is, here is a definition and tips for avoiding it:  http://www.contentcustoms.com/blog/6­tips­avoiding­filler­fluffy­writing­content/

Overall Idea

Write an informative, friendly article that ANSWERS THE QUESTION.

Properly cite and attribute 3­-10 great sources in the body of the article, linking to them with a link.

If possible, find a source that is an actual expert. If not, cite a good, authoritative publication or website. Example: According to Dr. John Doe, cats sometimes eat grass because of such and such reasons that are supported by blah blah blah facts.

Writing Instructions

  • Tone: “The Friendly Expert”: friendly, but highly informative and fact­-dense. Actionable.
  • Use first and second person: “I,” “we,” and “you”. Use the word “you” frequently to help the reader connect with the story
  • Answer the question/topic with GOOD information from CREDIBLE sources
  • Break the article into natural headings/sections to make it easier to read (a 700-900 word article should have 4-5 sections)
  • Use H3 tags for each heading
  • No more than 3 lines per paragraph
  • Word Count: 1200 – 3000 words

Include 3-5 additional links to your sources at the bottom of the article (sources should be very high quality)

Good Examples

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