NC Fathers Rights

Guest Blogging – Child Custody, Child Support, Non-Custodial Parent Issues

Seeking Guest BloggerNC Fathers is seeking Guest Bloggers who have an above average knowledge of Child Support and Enforcement, Child Custody, Social Services, and Family Law Reform related issues as it pertains to non-custodial parents, step-parents, grandparents, and other family members who advocate for equally shared parenting. Why guest blog for our organization? We currently have a daily readership of over 1900+ unique visitors per day and have amassed at 5,000+ mailing list of NC non-custodial families that are seeking relief in the very biased NC Family Courts for the presumption of equally shared parent without judicial discretion. Additionally, we have been able to gain a significant page rank for our website and if articles are written well, then it is likely good search engine placement will be assured. If you are interested in becoming a guest blogger for our organization, then we most certainly would love to hear from you and you are encouraged to use THIS CONTACT FORM to get in touch with us.

Criteria for Guest Bloggers at NC Fathers:

  • Articles must be 800 words or more.
  • All articles must be related to reform of family law, child support and enforcement, child custody, social services abuses, shared parenting, domestic violence reform for gender neutral and evidence based laws, training, or education, and non-custodial parent and family issues.
  • You must have an average to above average understanding of search engine optimization and social media marketing.
  • As a Guest Blogger, you must provide all non-copyrighted graphics and other media for your articles.
  • As a Guest Blogger, all articles submitted must be original content that is not published elsewhere on the global Internet (We will check).
  • Bloggers must have an above average knowledge of grammar and spelling.
  • All guest blog material will not contain harassment, defamation, or slander of another person and must be written with education and activism in mind.

Guest Blog on North Carolina Family Court Issues


Guest Blogging Opportunities For Non-Custodial Parent and Family Networking

Like NC Fathers, there are very aggressive and professional organizations across the United States who are advocating for shared parenting, and for the ability of non-custodial parents to be valued more for the direct impact, access, and parentage they have with their children as opposed to payer of child support to a big government enforcement agency. As a guest blogger for NC Fathers, you can use our heavily trafficked site and status to get information out in your State if you are not prepared or knowledgeable about putting up a website. Additionally, guest blogging is a great way to grow your reach for your organization.

Furthermore, if you are seriously interested in guest blogging on the issues we have outlined and feel that you do not meet all the criteria above but still have a very good grasp on the issues, then we are willing to help you and make suggestions on your articles so that they meet our publication criteria.

To learn more, simply contact us and be sure to share this page on the popular social networking sites so that others who may want to contribute as guest bloggers can learn more about this exciting movement. We also welcome any comments below.

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May 5, 2013 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. Hi, I have a degree in Journalism and would love to start guest blogging because I am a non-custodial father who sees the biases and way the courts actually create absent parents. I will send a message via that contact form and THANK YOU!


    Comment by Brent | May 5, 2013 | Reply

  2. Guest Blogging is a great way to get greater exposure and I wish you the best of luck so that we can get shared parenting in NC. I miss seeing my daughters who were moved half way across the country last year and I have little money to hire an attorney.


    Comment by Greg Jenkins | May 5, 2013 | Reply

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