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Article Requirements

  • Must Be Original - All articles must be 100% original content, not copied from anywhere else. All articles are tested for plagiarism. Authors committing plagiarism will have their articles rejected and their current and future articles automatically rejected and/or removed.
  • Required Word Count - Articles must be at least 300 words. There is no maximum word count. More is great if your topic requires it. Do not pad your article with words that add nothing to the article.
  • Articles must be based on personal experience. I'm looking for well written articles with helpful and accurate information. Personal stories are great, as long as there is a take away value for the reader.

    Take a look at the articles I already have on Simply Canning. I've included my personal experiences with practical tutorials. You need to be able to write in a friendly conversational tone. No Wikepedia type articles. Humorous or lessons learned articles are welcomed as well. (we've all learned a thing or two in our lives eh?)
  • Articles must not include affiliate links.To do so would not be fair to my paid sponsors and affiliates. If you wish to purchase advertising please review my advertising policies and contact me.

All articles MUST comply with USDA recommended guidelines for safe canning and food preserving, NO exceptions.

Other Contributions.

Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page...

A beginning canners thoughts on...ketchup? 
I have a dilemma. My ketchup is too thin. I'm usually proud of my ketchup because it was one of the first things I canned and it awakened me to a world …

Home canned or Commercially Canned - which is more nutritious? Not rated yet
I asked my friend Luther this question.... Luther, I had a reader ask me if home canned foods would be more nutritious than commercially canned foods. …

Acceptable topics for

  • Canning, Dehydrating, Food Storage,
  • Freezing,
  • Root Cellaring, (I'd LOVE an expert in root cellaring to contribute!)
  • Pickling, Fermenting.
  • Vegetable Gardening. Not that I don't like flowers! But the focus of SimplyCanning is food preservation.
  • I'm open to other suggestions that relate to the topics on my sites. Have an idea, submit it and I'll let you know.

Non-food preservation articles welcomed for Simply-Sharon.comtoo. (that is my blog) Self Reliance topics, bread baking, simple living. Go ahead and submit them here, I'll take care of posting them over there.

You agree that you grant me exclusive rights of your work and that this work will be original. You will assign to me all rights to the content. If your quality article is accepted, you will be allowed to share your name and credentials, as well as link back to your website if you have one. I am very willing to credit you as author and provide an author link to your blog or Google+ profile so that your name and photo appear beside the articles in Google searches. If you prefer to remain anonymous, we can work on that basis as well.

Your article may be edited for various reasons such as grammar, spelling, and search engine optimization. (Search engine optimization means the page is designed and worded in such a way that search engines will be more likely to pick up the page and rank it highly in its visitors' searches.) Though I may change your article slightly, the content or meaning will not be substantially altered.

Please use the following form to submit your article. Leave any notes or personal messages with your article as I WILL be monitoring this. 

And Pictures are worth a thousand words! Include images that you think will be helpful. I reserve the right to edit or add images as needed.

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