Thanks for your interest in contributing to our Community Blogs.
Blogs can provide up-to-date news, technical information, business support, political analysis or even celebrity rumour, and blogs help run campaigns and get people involved in volunteering.
There are blogs on politics, community, business, entertainment, education, religion, social media, sport, arts, cooking, health, and of course personal blogs.
Who can blog at The Filipino Australian?
Everyone interested in sharing news, views and ideas in any topic are most welcome to join us.
We consider each of our contributing blogger as our partner in the community. TFA provides the platform, the tools, and the audience. You, the blogger, will provide the content.
Who is your audience?
Your TFA blog has the potential to reach thousands of emanila group members and readers. TFA Community Blogs are cross-linked with some of these pages to inform readers of your blogs. Also, each time a new article is posted, members are notified through subscription mails, news alerts, and social networks including Facebook and Twitter.
The major sources of our site traffic are Australia, the Philippines, and USA.
Length of a blog post? Most of blogs posted here at The Filipino Australian have 450 words, more or less.
Frequency. In order to sustain the interest of your readers in your blogs, you need to regularly post new blogs. We suggest that you post a new blog at least once a month.
Are there rules to observe?
Like other multi-author blog sites, TFA Community Blogs operates along certain rules:
1. The content (text and photos) should be original and is the result of the blogger’s own work.
2. The article should not contain any commercial promotion of a product or service and should not contain any link to a website or email address.
3. TFA publicly disclaims that the blogger’s views and opinions are not necessarily endorsed by TFA.
4. The blog may be edited to conform with our publishing standards including length of articles and images.
The contributing blogger retains copyright to his/her article which may be re-published in other online publication or hardcopy newspaper, books or journals. If re-printed, an attribution should be given to TFA as follows: Source: The Filipino Australian Community Blogs http://blogs.thefilipinoaustralian.com
Request for reprinting permission should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to get started?
Kindly use our Contact Us form to let us know of your interest to join as a contributor.
If you are responding to our invitation to blog, please email us your article in text format in the message box of your email together with your photo plus one or two sentences about yourself.